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How do you watch Wimbledon 2022 in Australia?

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27th June, 2022
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The 2022 Wimbledon Championships run from Monday June 27 to Sunday July 10.

Once again you’ll be able to watch every single match from the All England Club on your preferred streaming device in 2022. Here is The Roar’s full guide to live streaming from Australia for the most prestigious tournament of all.

Novak Djokovic is the red hot favourite to secure his 21st grand slam and edge past Roger Federer into outright second on the all-time list of most grand slams won.

Rafael Nadal is the no.2 seed but even during his French Open title win he was referencing injuries and it was a mircale that he could even compete at Wimbledon.


Over on the women’s side, with no Ash Barty on the tennis circuit, Poland’s Iga Swiatek is the favourite after she won the French Open.

How to live stream and watch the 2022 Wimbledon

Live stream online
The only place to watch Wimbledon legally in Australia is on Channel Nine and Stan Sport. Stan has exclusive coverage of rugby, tennis and some select motorsport.


You can either watch for free on the 9Now streaming service or you can have an ad-free experience with more by signing up to Stan Sport

If you’re already a Stan subscriber, the Stan Sport add-on is approximately $10 extra a month; but if not, you will have to subscribe to Stan to pick up Stan Sport, which will set you back an extra $10-19 a month depending on your level of subscription.

The good news? Stan Sport will have a feed of every single match of the tournament with no ad breaks. That gives you the choice of 128 different matches on the first two days of the tournament… manna from heaven for any tennis fan!

To access them, simply go to the Wimbledon homepage on Stan, browse through the feeds to find your game of choice, and start streaming.


They will also be providing on-demand replays of some key games, so you won’t have to burn the midnight oil to catch the big moments.

Channel Nine, Stan’s parent company, will show select matches from 8pm (AEST) on their secondary channel 9Gem and the main channel from 9:30pm through the morning, if you’re keen to stay up late to catch all the action.