Fox Sports promising biggest Wimbledon ever

Fox Sports’ biggest Wimbledon ever: Live, HD, 300+ hours, hosts live in London

•  Over 300 hours of live coverage
•  More match options than ever before via Foxtel’s red button
•  Wally Masur and Adam Peacock live from All England Club daily

Fox Sports is gearing up to launch its biggest broadcast of the world’s most prestigious Grand Slam when the 2015 Wimbledon Championship swings into action on Monday June 29.

Fox Sports will provide live and high definition primetime coverage of the year’s third Grand Slam from the first round through to, and including, the Quarter-Finals with three exclusive live matches each day across the first nine days.

Fox Sports is offering four additional channels across the first six days via the Foxtel Red Button providing an extra 150 hours of coverage.

Fans will be able to choose from live matches across three channels plus catch up on all the latest news and views on a dedicated Inside the Championship channel.

Complementing Fox Sports comprehensive Wimbledon coverage will be a dedicated 30-minute daily preview show The Daily Serve hosted by Davis Cup captain Wally Masur alongside Fox Sports’ Adam Peacock.

Broadcasting live from the All England Club, Masur and Peacock will provide in-depth analysis, preview the upcoming action and talk to current and former players each day before live action begins.

Fans can catch up on the best matches with replays throughout the day plus a daily Highlights Show will capture all the best bits in a jam-packed one-hour program each night.

In addition, Fox Sports News 500 will deliver the latest results, interviews, highlights and analysis each day plus Masur and Fox Sports News reporter Patrick Stack will wrap up all the overnight Wimbledon action daily at 8am EST and provide afternoon previews ahead of play.

Foxsports.com.au will be the destination for fans to follow the action online with comprehensive news and analysis, video highlights and live scores plus access to Live@Wimbledon providing seven hours of court-side and tournament analysis each day.
Source: Fox Sports

 

Photos: Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon Championship in 2014 and Fox Sports’ Wally Masur and Adam Peacock 

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