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How to watch the Wimbledon final online - Djokovic vs Federer

James Temperton
5 Jul 2014
Roger Federer
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Djokovic and Federer go head to head in the Wimbledon 2014 final - find out how to watch it online on any device

We might not have the excitement of seeing Andy Murray in this year's Wimbledon final, but that doesn't mean that there's not plenty of excitement to be had. This year, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer fight it out for the most prestigious title in world tennis. Play starts at 2pm and, if you're not lucky enough to have Centre Court tickets on the day and won't be sat down in front of the TV, then you don't have to miss any of the action. Thanks to live internet streaming, there are plenty of ways to watch, listen and follow the game live. We'll show you how.

The BBC Sport website is the best place to start if you're on a laptop or desktop computer, with a high-quality live stream. Streams on the BBC Sport website can also be rewound, so you can turn up late and skip back to the start of the match, game or set. To watch the match live on Android and iOS devices you can either visit the BBC Sport website and stream from there or use the BBC iPlayer app. If you haven't downloaded it yet, get it now for Android or iOS. Open the app, tap the menu icon in the top right corner, tap TV Guide, select the Wimbledon Final on BBC One, accept the TV Licence and data warnings and the stream will start.

If you can't get the BBC iPlayer app or BBC Sport website to work on your phone or tablet then try TVCatchup for Android and iOS. This is a free app with streams for most Freeview channels.

The whole match will also be on BBC Radio 5Live, which you can listen to from the 5Live website for desktop or mobile or via the BBC iPlayer Radio app for Android and iOS.

If you want to follow the match on Twitter then the official @Wimbledon account is a good place to start while there's also @bbctennis. The official hashtag of Wimbledon 2014 is, somewhat predictably, #Wimbledon2014 while the BBC is also using #bbctennis.