However, the Discovery owned sports broadcaster does not offer any Ultra HD/4k coverage.
“We’re thrilled to be able to give millions of fans across Europe the opportunity to watch every local hero compete in the best events on Eurosport, said Emir Osmanbegovic, SVP Sports Content and Production at Eurosport.
“Thanks to the comprehensive coverage across our digital platforms – such as the Eurosport Player – fans can enjoy the ultimate Wimbledon experience on the platform of their choice.
“We have forged a reputation for constantly pushing the boundaries when it comes to tennis production and with Mats Wilander and Barbara Schett analysing the tennis from London, Eurosport is the only place to enjoy the action.”
Eurosport has exclusivity in: Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Romania, Russia, Sweden and Ukraine.
Non-exclusivity in: Albania, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Serbia, Slovenia, Tajikistan and United Kingdom (Finals and daily highlights).
Exclusivity except when domestic players compete in: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and partial exclusivity in the Netherlands.
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