After this weekend's singles and doubles finals, the king and queen of the grass court will be crowned at the oldest tennis tournament in the world, Wimbledon.
So maybe you can't munch on courtside strawberries and cream at the All England Club alongside the tennis-spectating elite, but you can catch all of the racket-smashing action with digital downloads, live streams, and the sport's most avid tweeters.
Don't miss a second of Wimbledon 2013, which took a dramatic turn in the first week. Tennis's top players — former Wimbledon champions Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Maria Sharapova, as well as former world-ranked No. 1s Caroline Wozniacki and Jelena Jankovic — were all eliminated in early rounds.
Find out how to get the latest updates, draws, scores, schedules, and live streams online after the break.
"Backhand to forehand to volley at the net . . . and a winner down the middle!" Ever heard tennis on the radio? Try to keep up with the fast-paced action with Wimbledon's official feeds.
YouTube Live @ Wimbledon
For the first time ever, Wimbledon is offering live video coverage of Centre Court and No. 1 Court matches via its YouTube channel. All of the feeds are from British TV, with British commentary, and it's a nice change of pace from the American networks.
iOS and Android Apps
Download the recently updated iPhone and Android apps or the newly launched iPad app (free) for Live @ Wimbledon radio and video on the go, plus live scores, results, match statistics, schedules, player profiles, photos, and more.
The Tennis Twitterati
Follow these reporters for off-the-cuff commentary from the Wimbledon grounds:
- @FortyDeuceTwits — Courtney Nguyen, writer of Sports Illustrated's Beyond the Baseline blog, is snappy, sassy, and hilarious for all things tennis.
- @BenRothenberg — One of the reporters behind The New York Times's Straight Sets blogs has the most updated, reliable info from the scene.
- @jon_wertheim — The Sports Illustrated writer provides insightful background on players.
- @WTA — The Women's Tennis Association keeps tabs on all of the tournament's female athletes.
- @ChrissieEvert — The former world No. 1 player is now a broadcaster on ESPN and shares fun behind-the-scenes snaps of the grounds.