watch Plíšková vs Golubic live

We’re now down to the last eight as we reach the Wimbledon women’s quarter-finals. Karolína Plíšková vs Viktorija Golubic is all set for Tuesday, July 6 at 1 PM BST (2 PM CEST). After last year’s tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tennis fans have welcomed its return. It hasn’t failed to disappoint either, with plenty of surprising results so far. Going on vacation during the competition’s latter stages? We explain how you can watch Karolína Plíšková vs Viktorija Golubic online anywhere with a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

Such is the level of interest in Wimbledon and the quarter-finals, there’s sure to be some unlicensed streams of this match. However, we’ll only be recommending official sources for watching Plíšková vs Golubic. Not only do official sources offer higher resolution, unlike unauthorized streams they won’t be taken offline for copyright infringement. Besides, there are many official sources for watching Wimbledon 2021, one of which is available for free.

Most platforms showing Plíšková vs Golubic are region-locked. Want to watch via your country’s streaming service while traveling abroad? You’ll need to connect to a VPN.

How to watch Karolína Plíšková vs Viktorija Golubic live online with a VPN

A VPN allows you to unblock geo-restricted websites and their content (such as those showing the Wimbledon women’s quarter-finals). This is achieved by connecting to a server in the country of the website or service and changing your IP address.

Here’s how to live stream Plíšková vs Golubic using a VPN:

  1. Select a VPN service and sign up. We recommend NordVPN. However, Surfshark and ExpressVPN are quality alternatives that also offer great value for money.
  2. Find the appropriate VPN app (or browser extension) for your streaming device. You can now download and install it — this should only take a minute or two.
  3. Open the VPN app and connect to a server in the country of the streaming platform on which you want to watch Karolína Plíšková vs Viktorija Golubic (such as a server in the UK for accessing BBC iPlayer).
  4. Go to the streaming platform and log in (or sign up as necessary). Select a live stream — it should now play without restriction.
  5. If you’re still having trouble, try clearing your browser’s cookies. Alternatively, it may be worth connecting to another server and changing your IP address.

Like all Wimbledon women’s quarter-final matches, Plíšková vs Golubic will air live. By testing your VPN with your chosen streaming service ahead of time, you can avoid any last minute hiccups that prevent you from watching. Remember, your VPN’s customer support may be able to provide further guidance if you’re having problems.


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How to watch Karolína Plíšková vs Viktorija Golubic on UK TV

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Wimbledon is once again on the BBC which means that to watch online, all you need to do is go to BBC iPlayer. Note that in order to watch content live or on-demand, a BBC iPlayer account is required (but these are free). When signing up, you’ll be asked to provide some personal information such as your email address, date of birth, and country. While you’ll also be asked to enter your postcode, keep in mind that any UK postal code will do.

Upon trying to watch anything on BBC iPlayer, you will also be asked if you have a UK TV license. However, there’s no verification system in place beyond this initial question. BBC iPlayer is only available in the UK. To watch it from abroad, you’ll have to use a VPN to get a UK IP address. Don’t yet have a VPN? You can always try NordVPN which comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, providing you with plenty of time to try it risk-free.

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


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If you have cable TV and access to ESPN, you can watch Plíšková vs Golubic live online at no added cost. To do this, go to ESPN’s website or app and sign in using the same login credentials you use with your cable TV subscription. You can also stream ESPN cable-free with select TV streaming services: FuboTV ($64.99 USD/month), Hulu with Live TV ($64.99 USD/month), Sling TV ($35/month), and YouTube TV ($64.99/month).

Some of the aforementioned TV streaming services include free trials although you’ll likely need a US issued credit card to pay in most cases. However you choose to watch ESPN, you’ll need a VPN to stream its content outside the US. Once you have a US IP address, all content should be available to watch from anywhere.



TSN subscribers can watch Wimbledon 2021 matches such as Plíšková vs Golubic online. If you don’t have access to TSN, you can purchase a digital pass. The available options are daily ($7.99 CAD), monthly ($19.99), and six-monthly ($99.95). If you’re traveling outside Canada, you’ll find TSN content to be geo-blocked but connecting to a server in Canada via a VPN should fix this issue.



Stan Sport is the home of Wimbledon in Australia. Existing subscribers can simply sign Plíšková vs Golubic at no extra charge. Otherwise, Stan streaming plans are available for $10, $14, and $19 (AUD) per month while Stan Sport is a $10/month add-on that offers a seven-day free trial. With an Australian IP address (you can get one by connecting to a VPN server in Australia), you can watch Stan Sport regardless of your location.

What should I know about Wimbledon 2021?

Wimbledon is the only one of the four Grand Slam tournaments played on grass. Founded in 1877, it’s the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is played at the All England Club in London, England. In 2020, the tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, it’s back for 2021, as are fans who can fill the stadiums up to 50% capacity. There’ll be an even better atmosphere from the quarter-finals onwards when there will be full capacity crowds.

The early rounds of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships have resulted in a number of high-profile exits with the likes of Serena Williams, Elina Svitolina, Sofia Kenin, and Bianca Andreescu all knocked out. Meanwhile, Simona Halep, winner of Wimbledon 2019, withdrew from the tournament due to injury. As the tournament progresses, prize money continues to increase. Indeed, the winner of the final will take home £1.7 million.

Karolína Plíšková vs Viktorija Golubic: Who is favorite to win?

Karolína Plíšková is the favorite heading into this Wimbledon women’s quarter-final. The 29-year-old former world No.1 is currently ranked 13th in the WTA rankings. Known for her powerful serve and forehand, the Czech has won 16 singles titles and five doubles titles on the WTA tour. She faces Viktorija Golubic, a 28-year-old with a current ranking of 72 in the world. The Swiss has won one singles title on the WTA tour to date.