The BBC and the All England Club have announced a three-year extension to their broadcast partnership, giving the BBC the domestic rights to broadcast The Championships, Wimbledon up to and including 2027.
The Wimbledon tennis tournament will continue to be broadcast by Sky Deutschland: The German pay-TV operator and the All England Lawn Tennis Club have agreed on a long-term extension of their partnership until 2022.
The BBC has revealed it received over 1.6 million requests during its recent Ultra HD trials for the World Cup and Wimbledon.
Eurosport’s coverage of The Championships at Wimbledon is with all courts available to watch on the Eurosport Player, in addition to selected matches on Eurosport TV.
Wimbledon, which has previously played host to the launch of colour and high definition TV services, will this year for the first time be shown in Ultra HD.
It wasn’t just Gentlemen’s Singles winner Roger Federer who was breaking records at Wimbledon this year.
For the first time, Eurosport will show the Wimbledon Championships in as many as 34 countries with 250 hours of live coverage.
Eurosport will show the Wimbledon qualifiers live on Eurosport 1, and on any device via the Eurosport Player, on 34 erritories in Europe.
Eurosport has secured secondary rights to coverage from the Wimbledon tennis championships, alongside the long-term rights holder, the BBC.
Eurosport is to share coverage of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships with the BBC.