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Traveling abroad during the 2021 Wimbledon Championships? We’ll explain where you can watch Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka live online for free. In fact, you can even find out how to use a VPN to stream the women’s quarter-final from anywhere.

The Wimbledon 2021 women’s quarter-finals have arrived! In fact, Jabeur vs Sabalenka is scheduled to be played on Tuesday, July 6 at 2.30 PM BST (3.30 PM CEST). The return of the famous Grand Slam tournament has been welcomed by sports fans following its 2020 cancellation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It hasn’t disappointed either with a number of high-ranking players already knocked out of the tournament. Here, we’ll cover how you can watch live online for free by using a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

We’re only recommending official sources for watching Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka. As the Wimbledon 2021 Wimbledon Championships reach the latter stages, there’s an increasing number of unlicensed streams to be found. Sadly, these offer much lower video quality. Some will even be taken offline for violating copyright. Needless to say, you won’t suffer these problems with official sources, one of which even lets you watch live online for free.

The majority of platforms showing Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka are region-locked. This means you’ll need a VPN to watch via your home country’s streaming service while traveling abroad.

How to watch Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka live online with a VPN

In connecting to a VPN server, your device’s internet traffic is encrypted, providing you with improved online security. Furthermore, you receive a different IP address so it looks like you’re browsing from another location. This is great for unblocking geo-restricted content.

Here’s how to live stream Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka using a VPN:

  1. First, sign up with a VPN service. We recommend NordVPN although Surfshark and ExpressVPN are fast and reliable alternatives for streaming Wimbledon 2021.
  2. Next, you’ll need to download and install the appropriate VPN app for your streaming device. The above VPNs offer apps for a variety of operating systems.
  3. Log in to the VPN app before connecting to a server. If you want to watch Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka on BBC iPlayer, you’ll need to connect to a server in the UK to get a UK IP address.
  4. Go to your preferred streaming service. Its content should now be unblocked and available to stream in your location.
  5. It may be that you need to clear your browser’s cookies for changes to register. If this doesn’t work, try connecting to another server.

Like all of the Wimbledon women’s quarter-finals, Jabeur vs Sabalenka will air live. As such, it’s a good idea to test your VPN with your chosen streaming service ahead of time. That way, there’s enough time to troubleshoot any potential problems with your VPN’s customer support.


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How to watch Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka on UK TV

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All of the Wimbledon women’s quarter finals are being shown on BBC iPlayer. This is particularly good news because it means that you can watch live online for free. In order to do this, you’ll need to sign up for a free BBC iPlayer account. As you complete this process, you’ll be asked to provide an email address, date of birth, country, and a UK postcode (any UK postal code will do).

Note that to watch any BBC iPlayer content you also need to have a UK TV license although you’re not asked to provide any real proof of this. While BBC iPlayer content is only available in the UK due to copyright and licensing, it can be watched abroad by using a VPN. Once you have a UK IP address, you’re all set! NordVPN works well with BBC iPlayer and even includes a 30-day money-back guarantee. This means you can try it out risk-free.

Where else can I watch Wimbledon Quarter-Finals live online?


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In the US, Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka will air on ESPN. If you already have access to ESPN via a cable TV subscription, you simply need to sign in via your TV provider via the website or app. Fortunately, it’s possible to live stream ESPN cable-free via the following TV streaming services: FuboTV ($64.99 USD/month), Hulu with Live TV ($64.99 USD/month), Sling TV ($10 for the first month and $35/month thereafter), and YouTube TV ($64.99/month).

While using a TV streaming service is quite an expensive option if you only need it to stream this match, some of the services do at least include free trials. No matter how you try to watch ESPN, you’ll need to connect to a VPN and get a US IP address to unblock its content from abroad.



Tennis fans in Canada have the option of watching Jabeur vs Sabalenka on TSN. Existing subscribers need only sign in to watch at no extra cost. Otherwise, subscriptions are available for $7.99 CAD (one day), $19.99 (one month), and $99.95 (six months). You’ll find TSN content to be region-locked outside Canada. To get around this, connect to a VPN server in Canada for a Candian IP address.



When it comes to watching Wimbledon in Australia, 9Now will show most of the matches for free, while Stan Sport has full streaming rights. If you’re not already a subscriber, note that you’ll need to subscribe to Stan (plans cost $10, $14, or $19 AUD per month) before then selecting the Stan Sport add-on which costs a further $10 per month. As with all of the above streaming options, Stan Sport is geo-restricted so a VPN and Australian IP address is required to watch from anywhere.

What should I know about Wimbledon 2021?

Wimbledon was founded in 1877, making it the oldest tennis tournament in the world. It’s also one of the four Grand Slams (and the only one of the four played on grass). It’ll come as no surprise that it takes place in Wimbledon, London! More specifically, the All England Club. While Wimbledon 2020 was cancelled due to the COVID-19, this year’s tournament looks to return more or less to normal with full capacity crowds expected for the quarter-finals.

Simona Halep is the defending champion following her win in 2019’s final. However, the Romanian was forced to withdraw from the 2021 Wimbledon Championships due to injury. There have also been plenty of surprises with the likes of Serena Williams and Elina Svitolina exiting in the early rounds. The winner of the final receives £1.7 million in prize money, the same amount awarded in the final of the men’s competition.

Ons Jabeur vs Aryna Sabalenka: Who is favorite to win?

Aryna Sabalenka will be the slight favorite to progress to the semi-finals. Ranked fourth in the world in the WTA Rankings, the 23-year-old Belarusian has won sixteen WTA titles (10 in singles and six in doubles). She faces 26-year-old Ons Jabeur who is ranked 24 in the world. The Tunisian has won one WTA title and will prove a tough test having already defeated Serena Williams, Garbiñe Muguruza, and Iga Świątek on her way to the quarter-finals.