Its Andy Murray v Verdasco, Djokovic, David Ferrer v Del Potro at Wimbledon as tennis fans can watch live streaming online with Bet365.
The popular UK company reports it has added tennis live streams to its website, enabling punters and fans alike to watch all the action from Wimbledon through a variety of formats, including desktop, laptop and ipad.
The firm has also announced the live television pictures are available through smart phone, so android and iphone mobile users also have access to the live streaming pictures, enabling fans to watch the games on the move.
Wimbledon 2013 – How to Watch
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It is men’s quarter-final day at Wimbledon today and we are all set for four cracking matches from SW19.
Many expected one of the highlights to be Roger Federer v Rafael Nadal at this stage, but as we know they are both out of the tournament and a number of players that don’t often make the final eight of Grand Slams will be looking to progress to the semi-finals.
The top two seeds – Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray – are still in the draw though and the latter locks horns with Fernando Verdasco on Centre Court today.
Murray is yet to drop at set at SW 19 this year and he looks to be in fine form. He should have no problems reaching the semi-finals if at his best and is being tipped at 1/12 to come out on top – so is the massive favourite.
The Scot didn’t play at the top of his game against Mikhail Youzhny though and a better performance is needed, especially in the first couple of sets.
Although Verdasco knows how tough this encounter is going to be, he has made it to the quarter-finals by playing some cracking tennis, so the Spaniard should be full of confidence.
You can get odds of 9/1 on an upset in this quarter-final.
As for Djokovic, he takes on Tomas Berdych on Court No1 this afternoon, so does have a tough encounter ahead of him as his opponent is capable of causing an upset here.
Berdych has beaten the Serbian at Wimbledon before and is available at 13/2 to win this one.
However, Djokovic looks to be in fine form and is another player yet to drop a set, so it is going to be tough for many to look past the number one seed and he is a 1/8 shot to progress to the final four.
The man from Serbia believes he is in the best grass court form of his life and that could be a worry for Berdych.
The first encounter to take place on Centre Court today sees David Ferrer and Juan Martin Del Potro go head-to-head.
The winner of this one will face Djokovic or Berdych and in truth, whoever does come out on top will be the most likely to stop the number one seed and Murray going up against each other in the final.
Both have played some cracking tennis at SW 19 so far, but Del Potro could prove to be the value in this match as he is at 25/19.
Ferrer knows that this might be his best chance to reach a Wimbledon final and we know he is never a man to be written off.
The final game to look at is a battle of the Poles as Lukasz Kubot and Jerzy Janowicz lock horns.
These two men from Poland have surprised a few in reaching the quarter-finals, but they now have a great chance to reach the final four. After that, anything is possible.
Get ready for a superb day of action from Wimbledon.