The field of 128 men is now down to just two, as Andy Murray and Milos Raonic will face off in the finals at Wimbledon. Murray is the 2-seed, and he’ll be looking to win Wimbledon for the 2nd time in his career. Raonic is the 6-seed, and this will be his first appearance in any Grand Slam final.
The oddsmakers have the 29-year-old Murray as a -330 favorite, while the 25-year-old Raonic is a +265 underdog. This will be the 10th meeting between Murray and Raonic, and Murray has gone 6-3 in these matchups, including winning the last five matches. He’s also 3-0 against Raonic in 2016. Let’s break down all the ways you can keep up with the action in what should be a hotly contested affair on the biggest stage in tennis.
Wimbledon Men’s Final 2016: Murray vs. Raonic Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, July 10, 2016
Time: 9:00 a.m ET
TV Channel: ESPN
Location: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom
Wimbledon Men’s Final 2016: Murray vs. Raonic Live Stream Online Options
Your best bets for watching the men’s final via a live stream are WatchESPN, Live @ Wimbledon, and Sling TV. If you already have a cable or satellite provider, you can watch the match online at ESPN. You just need your log-in and password information and you’re good to go.
Using the official Wimbledon site is free, so you only need an internet connection if you choose to go that route.
You can also roll with Sling TV for Murray vs. Raonic. Their Best of Live TV package costs $20 a month and it includes access to ESPN. If that’s too rich for your blood, you can try out Sling TV with a free 7-day trial.
Wimbledon Men’s Final 2016: Murray vs. Raonic on Phone, Tablet & Other Devices
If you can’t watch the finals on your TV or computer, the Worldwide Leader has you covered with the WatchESPN app. Click here to browse all the ways you can watch Andy Murray go for his 3rd Grand Slam title.
Sling TV subscribers can use their Sling TV app to watch the match on a plethora of options such as phones, tablets, and XBox Ones if they’re not too busy dominating 14-year-olds in FIFA. You can check out their full list of compatible devices here.