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Top Five Apps for Wimbledon

We’re now into the second week of Wimbledon, which is where the tension and excitement really begins to kick in. The first week is always just about seeing which of the big name stars will make it through to the business end of the competition and face off with their biggest rivals. As the reigning champion and Britain’s #1, we kind of just have this expectation that Andy Murray is going to be in amongst them – and he didn’t disappoint. The Scot cruised through the first week without ever really looking like he was going to slip.

However, with everyone having work commitments, school runs and a list of other chores that need doing, it’s important that we find a way to keep up with every point. Thankfully, in this wonderful age of smartphones and mobile internet, that’s not as hard as it would once have been. So, we’ve concocted a listed of our five favourite Wimbledon apps.

 

Eurosport

The Eurosport app is fantastic year round but it really does gain something of an edge when all eyes are on SW19. In addition to things like upto the minute scorecards and statistics, you can also get live audio commentary. Naturally, there is also something reassuring that comes with using an app that is powered by one of the worlds biggest sporting television networks.

Platforms: iOS and Android

Price: Free

 

Wimbledon Tennis Live Scores +

While this app may take its name from the biggest tournament of all, it’s updated year round, so you won’t be left stranded next week when Wimbledon closes its doors until next summer. Wimbledon Tennis Live Scores + offers its users live scores, fixture lists and details of upcoming tournaments, all the results of all the major tournaments of the past, world rankings for both the male and female tours and even a little game of sorts to challenge your friends to. All in all, we approve.

Platform: Android

Price: Free

 

Tennis Math

For those of you that love to get down to the nitty gritty of the cold hard stats, this is the application for you. Every swing of the racket is recorded in Tennis Math, allowing you to spot the weaknesses in a players game long before they step onto court. This is an absolutely fantastic app for those that have an analytical mind.

Platform: Android

Price: Free

 

The Championship

It simply wouldn’t be right to have a list of the top five apps without including the tournaments official application. Courtesy of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, you will have access to; live scores, news, player profiles, their official blog, results, the order of play, live video feeds of matches, Wimbledon Radio and much more. This is a truly comprehensive solution, offering its users some exceptional content that you would be crazy to miss out on.

Platform: iOS and Android

Price: Free

 

BBC Sport

You just knew it would feature somewhere, didn’t you! Say what you like about the BBC but they know how to offer great sporting coverage to the public. Their app offers in depth analysis of matches, all the latest scores, upcoming matches, rankings and an absolute tonne more. If you want, you can even jump back onto the app store and grab the iPlayer app, which will allow you to watch all the games that are broadcast on the BBC – through your mobile, from absolutely anywhere! Of course, when there’s not too much happening, you can also hop over to another category and catch up on all the other sporting events from around the world!

Platform: iOS and Android

Price: Free


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