Last year’s tournament might have been canceled, but Wimbledon 2021 has more than made up for it, and it’s not even over yet! On July 9, Berrettini will face off against Hurkacz, with the winner earning the right to play Djokovic or Shapovalov for the men’s singles championship. The good news is that you can stream both of these matches live online; just take a look below to find out how.
First things first: we don’t recommend using anything other than official sources for streaming Wimbledon. This approach ensures you’ll have access to the most reliable, highest-quality source, and won’t have to worry about whether the stream will cut out (or be taken offline) at a crucial moment. Best of all, there are plenty of official broadcasters that let you watch Wimbledon online for free!
This year’s Wimbledon tournament is almost exclusively showing on geo-blocked services. To watch using the same services you would back home, you’ll most likely have to use a VPN.
How to watch Berrettini vs Hurkacz live online from abroad
VPNs protect your online privacy by shielding your internet traffic from snoopers. They’re also capable of changing your IP address, which has the additional effect of bypassing geographic restrictions.
Here’s how to watch Berrettini vs Hurkacz online from anywhere:
- Start by choosing a suitable VPN. We recommend using NordVPN, although Surfshark and ExpressVPN are two fantastic alternatives with strong streaming abilities.
- Download the app and install it onto whichever device you’d like to watch the match on. Note that most providers let you connect five or so devices at the same time.
- Connect to a server in the appropriate country for the service you’re trying to unblock (a UK server is needed for BBC iPlayer and 9Now requires an Australian server, for instance).
- Try playing a video on your chosen streaming platform. Hopefully, everything works perfectly but if not, clear your browser’s cookies and try again. Still having problems? Contact your VPN’s support team for personalized one-on-one advice.
Berrettini vs Hurkacz will be shown live. For this reason, it’d be a good idea for you to spend some time making sure your VPN works properly before the match begins. If you run into any problems, you should have plenty of time to get help and won’t have to miss any of the action.
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How to stream Berrettini vs Hurkacz for free on US TV
Tennis fans in the US can stream Berrettini vs Hurkacz on Tennis Channel and ESPN. In fact, both of these will be showing the 2021 Wimbledon tournament in its entirety. Already a subscriber? Simply sign into the appropriate website or app to start streaming fixtures at no added cost.
Those without cable TV can still watch Wimbledon live using FuboTV, YouTube TV, or Hulu with Live TV. These services normally cost $64.99 USD per month but each includes a free trial that’s long enough for you to watch the rest of the tournament. Additionally, Sling TV has an offer running that cuts the cost of your first month to $10 instead of $35. Tennis Channel also lets you sign up online, but it charges $109.99 for a year of access and doesn’t let you subscribe for a single month, so this isn’t exactly ideal.
These services are all geo-blocked, so you’ll need a VPN to use them abroad. NordVPN offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, giving you the chance to try it out completely risk-free. Should it fail to meet your expectations, just cancel within 30 days to receive a full refund.
Where else can I live stream Wimbledon matches?
There are actually more than 50 international networks showing Wimbledon live around the world. As such, it’s surprisingly easy to watch Berrettini vs Hurkacz online, no matter where you are. Here’s a quick guide to streaming Wimbledon in your country:
The UK’s official broadcaster is, as ever, the BBC. This is good news, since it means you’ll be able to live stream the entire Wimbledon tournament for free using BBC iPlayer. You will have to register a free account before it’ll allow you to watch anything, though. Alternatively, you can watch via Eurosport Player, but this costs £4.99 per month and has no free trial, so unless you’re already a subscriber, there isn’t much point.
If you plan on watching Berrettini vs Hurkacz live online (or on-demand using BBC iPlayer), you’ll need a TV license. Further, as these platforms are geo-blocked, you’ll have to be in the UK or connected to a British VPN server.
TSN is the only network with the rights to show Wimbledon matches in Canada. Online passes are available for $7.99 per day or $19.99 CAD per month. It’s worth mentioning that if you already have access to this channel via your cable package, you won’t have to pay anything extra to watch online; just log into the website or TSN Go app with your cable provider details.
This platform is normally only accessible in Canada. With a suitable VPN, though, you’ll be able to use it as normal from abroad.
There are two ways to stream Wimbledon live online in Australia. The best option for most people is 9Now, which offers free to watch coverage of all the biggest matches of the tournament. You will need an account, but these are quick and easy to create.
The other option is Stan Sport. This service will broadcast every single fixture live, and comes with a seven-day free trial. You’ll need a base Stan subscription too; these have a 30-day free trial. Make sure to cancel once Wimbledon is over, though, since if these renew, you’ll have to pay a total of $20 AUD per month to keep them.
Stan and 9Now are geo-blocked, so if you’re outside of Australia, you’ll need a VPN to use them.
Even if we didn’t cover your location above, there’s still a solid chance you’ll be able to stream this match online. To find a suitable local way to watch, take a look at the list of Wimbledon’s international broadcast partners.
Will Berrettini beat Hurkacz?
It’s been a great year for Berrettini. After making it to the fourth round in the Australian Open and the quarter-finals in the French Open, he looks likely to progress to the Wimbledon final. Hurkacz, to his credit, scored a big win at the Miami Open back in April. Unfortunately, he’s relatively untested at this level, and has put in a fairly poor showing at every other tournament this year.
2021 Wimbledon calendar
|Date||Event||Outer court start time (BST)||Show court start time (BST)|
|June 28||Round 1||11 AM||1 PM|
|June 29||Round 1||11 AM||1 PM|
|June 30||Round 2||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 1||Round 2||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 2||Round 3||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 3||Round 3||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 4||Rest day|
|July 5||Round of 16||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 6||Quarter-finals||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 7||Quarter-finals||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 8||Womens’ semi-finals||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 9||Men’s semi-finals||11 AM||1 PM|
|July 10||Women’s finals, men’s doubles final||11 AM||2 PM|
|July 11||Men’s final, mixed doubles final||11 AM||2 PM|