watch Muchová vs Kerber wimbledon

The Wimbledon women’s quarter-finals have already arrived. In fact, Karolína Muchová vs Angelique Kerberis all set to get underway on Tuesday, July 6 AT 2.15 PM BST (3.15 PM CEST). We’ve already seen some top tennis players exit this famous Grand Slam tournament and this stage will see eight whittled down to just four. Don’t want to miss any of the action? This post explains how you can use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to watch Karolína Muchová vs Angelique Kerber live online for free from anywhere in the world.

We’ll only be recommending official sources for watching Muchová vs Kerber (and indeed the 2021 Wimbledon Championships as a whole). The trouble with unlicensed streams is their poor resolution and frequent interruptions (like lag or buffering). Some will even be taken offline for copyright infringement. There are numerous official sources for watching the Wimbledon women’s quarter-finals in the highest quality. In fact, one of these is even available for free.

The majority of platforms streaming Muchová vs Kerber are region-locked. If you’re traveling abroad, you’ll need a VPN to continue watching via your usual streaming service from home.

How to watch Karolína Muchová vs Angelique Kerber live online with a VPN

Connecting to a VPN server provides you with a different IP address, making it look as if you’re browsing from another location. As a result, you can unblock geo-restricted websites and services, as well as their content (such as Muchová vs Kerber).

Here’s how to live stream Karolína Muchová vs Angelique Kerber:

  1. Select and sign up with a VPN. We recommend NordVPN. However, Surfshark and ExpressVPN are two reliable and affordable alternatives for you to consider.
  2. The next step is to download the VPN app that’s compatible with your streaming device. At a minimum, the best VPNs offer apps for desktop and mobile platforms.
  3. Open the VPN app (or browser extension if you prefer) and connect to a server in the country of the streaming platform on which you’d like to watch the match.
  4. Now that your IP address has been changed, you should go to the website or app of the streaming service. Its content should now play without geographic restrictions.
  5. You may need to clear your browser’s cookies for changes to take effect. If it still doesn’t work, try another server in case your current IP address is blacklisted.

With this being such a high-profile sporting event, Muchová vs Kerber will air live. To avoid missing out on the match, we recommend you test your VPN with your chosen streaming platform well in advance. You can always contact your VPN’s customer support for further assistance if necessary.


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How to watch Karolína Muchová vs Angelique Kerber on UK TV

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As has been the case for many years now, you can watch Wimbledon live online on BBC iPlayer. To watch Karolína Muchová vs Angelique Kerber, you’ll need to sign up for a BBC iPlayer account (these are free). Some personal information is also required (an email address, date of birth, and country. While you’ll also be asked to provide a UK postcode, any postal code from the UK will be accepted. A TV license is required although you don’t need to provide any evidence of having one.

Traveling abroad (outside the UK) means that BBC iPlayer content becomes inaccessible. Fortunately, you can bypass the geographic restrictions by connecting to a VPN server in the UK. You’ll then have a UK IP address for spoofing your location. If you’re still undecided as to which VPN is right for you, keep in mind that NordVPN works well with BBC iPlayer. Furthermore, it offers a 30-day money-back guarantee so you can try it out risk-free.

Where else can I watch Wimbledon women’s quarter-finals live online?


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Watching in the US requires either a cable TV subscription or signing up to a TV streaming service. You can live stream Muchová vs Kerber on ESPN by signing in using your TV provider’s credentials. Otherwise, you can watch ESPN without cable via FuboTV ($64.99 USD/month), Hulu with Live TV ($64.99 USD/month), Sling TV ($35/month), and YouTube TV ($64.99/month).

Regardless of whether you watch Wimbledon on ESPN or through a TV streaming service that includes ESPN, you’ll need a VPN if you’re traveling abroad. This requires connecting to a server in the US to get a US IP address. All content should then become available to stream in your location.



The Wimbledon women’s quarter-finals are available to stream on TSN in Canada. Subscription plans are available for $7.99 CAD (daily), $19.99 (monthly), and $99.95 (six months). Due to geographic restrictions related to copyright and licensing, TSN content is only available in Canada. To watchMuchová vs Kerber online from anywhere else, you’ll need a VPN and Canadian IP address.



In Australia, Stan Sport has secured the rights to Wimbledon with a three year deal that starts with Wimbledon 2021. If you’re not already a subscriber, you’ll need to sign up with Stan and select a Basic ($10 AUD/month), Standard ($14/month), or Premium ($19/month) plan. You can then add the Stan Sport package which costs a further $10 a month. While Stan Sport isn’t available outside Australia, you can use a VPN to get an Australian IP address, which should let you watch while traveling abroad.

What should I know about Wimbledon 2021?

Wimbledon takes place at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London. It’s the only Grand Slam tournament played on grass. While 2020’s tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans have been allowed to attend Wimbledon 2021 with stadiums filled to 50% capacity. However, both the men’s and women’s quarter-finals (and onwards) will be played in front of full capacity crowds.

The current reigning women’s champion is Simona Halep who won Wimbledon 2019. However, she had to withdraw from Wimbledon 2021 due to injury. This year’s women’s singles has already provided plenty of surprises with a number of high-profile exits including Elina Svitolina and Serena Williams. Unsurprisingly, prize money increases as the rounds progress with the winner of the final netting £1.7 in prize money.

Karolína Muchová vs Angelique Kerber: Who is favorite to win?

This is looking like it could be a closely-fought match. At 33 years old, Angelique Kerber is a very experienced professional and is currently ranked 28 in the world. The former world No. 1 has won three Grand Slam tournaments, one of which was Wimbledon in 2018. However, the German is facing a tough opponent in 24-year-old Karolína Muchová, ranked 22nd. The Czech has won one WTA tour title and previously reached the quarter-finals of Wimbledon in 2019.