Wimbledon With TOD: Live Stream Tennis Exclusively From Center Courts And More
Tennis fans across the MENA region can look forward to following comprehensive coverage of Wimbledon, one of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournaments on TOD. The region’s leading streaming platform is to showcase all the live action from Wimbledon, with coverage from 7 exclusive courts.
Competition in the two-week-long tennis extravaganza will begin on July 3rd and culminate with the Ladies' singles final on July 15th, followed by the Gentlemen's singles final on July 16th.
TOD subscribers can enjoy live action from Centre Court and courts 1, 2, 3, 8, 12, 14, 16, 17, and 18 giving fans an unparalleled viewing experience.
And to cater to the region’s diverse audience, TOD will provide live Wimbledon commentary in Arabic, English, and French - including coverage of the highly anticipated Centre Court matches.
Novak Djokovic, recently crowned the most successful Grand Slam champion of all-time with 23 titles after his victory at Roland Garros, is poised to continue his remarkable journey. Carlos Alcaraz, the ATP world number 2, emerges as a significant contender after winning his only Grand Slam at the US Open last year and reaching the semi-finals of Roland Garros, where Djokovic defeated him.
In the women's category, Iga Swiatek, a four-time Grand Slam champion, faces the challenge of translating her clay court dominance to Wimbledon’s grass courts. Despite her previous struggles at Wimbledon, Swiatek remains determined to prove herself on this stage. Meanwhile, defending champion Elena Rybakina, is looking to replicate her success after defeating Ons Jabeur in last year's final.
For Arab fans, Ons Jabeur, a talented 28-year-old, is inching closer to making history as the first African woman and the first Arab to clinch a Grand Slam singles title. With a strong performance as runner-up at Wimbledon and the US Open last year, Jabeur continues to captivate audiences worldwide, and her journey towards glory is one to watch closely.
“TOD is dedicated to delivering an exceptional and all-encompassing Wimbledon experience. We are excited to provide fans with access to a wider range of matches, in multiple languages, on the device of their choice. I am sure that the flexibility that comes with a TOD subscription will amply enhance the streaming experience for all our users for this much-anticipated Wimbledon tournament,” said John Paul McKerlie, Vice President Sales and Marketing at TOD.