Sunday, June 28, 2015

How to Watch Wimbledon 2016 Live Stream, Preview Odds and Predictions

With the Novak Djokovic and Petra Kvitova are defending their Title which the Wimbledon 2016 Championship is getting so heat in this summer at All England Club that people are feeling hotter in UK.

How to Watch Wimbledon 2015 Live Stream, Preview Odds and Predictions

Here are all the details listed below to Watch Wimbledon 2016 Live Stream, Preview Odds and Predictions: 


Where to Watch Live Wimbledon 2016 Tennis Live:

As always, the BBC will be providing full live telecast of Wimbledon through a variety of different channels from Monday, June 29

Viewers can follow the action of the 3rd Grand Slam of tennis this year at BBC Two and BBC red button and via the BBC Sport website. Five Live will also provide live radio broadcast.

Preview:

As the highlight of the season on short grass court and jewel summer sports in Britain, Wimbledon always have a lot of attention seekers and this year will be no different from previous championships.

In men, again the best rating is expected for Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray; these three star to lead the chase with 10 seeds and two-time champion Rafael Nadal hoping to recover from its recent miserable lost to prove that he is still capable of challenging the Grand Slams again.

2014 winner Djokovic, who won the Australia Open in January, was defeated by Stanislas Wawrinka in the final of Roland Garros earlier this month for what will certainly bring additional light on this tournament.

Last five finals
Men
2014Djokovic bt Federer6-76-47-65-76-4
2013Murray bt Djokovic6-47-56-4
2012Federer bt Murray4-67-56-36-4
2011Djokovic bt Nadal6-46-11-66-3
2010Nadal bt Berdych6-37-56-4
Women
2014Kvitova bt Bouchard6-36-0
2013Bartoli bt Lisicki6-16-4
2012S Williams bt Radwanska6-15-76-2
2011Kvitova bt Sharapova6-36-4
2010S Williams bt Zvonareva
Great expectations will fall on the shoulders of Murray as the favorite at home and looked in good form after producing his best series of shows in clay and beat Kevin Anderson captures quarter Aegon Championships title tie Reina.

Serena Williams was dominant in the French Open and is a great bet for greater success, but it is expected that Petra Kvitova to provide a firm defence of his title despite recently suffering from the disease.

Third-seeded Simona Halep should provide a threat, but Russia's Maria Sharapova, who faces Colombia Johanna Konta in the first round, you may have to end their dismal record against Serena, to reign at Wimbledon for the first time in 11 years. Heather Watson has not had the best build a bothersome elbow problem that has raised concerns about the participation.

Laura Robson, meanwhile, was issued a ticket wildcard following 17 months with a wrist injury.

Wimbledon 2016 Championship Prediction:

Shocked from his surprise defeat at Roland Garros, Novak Djokovic hopes to avenge that result with another dominant display resulting in catching him a third title of Wimbledon men.

Serena Williams will stay on the road for a calendar Grand Slam and become the holder of all four major titles if he wins SW19.

The number two seed and defending champion Petra Kvitova should not be ruled out, of course, but it would be wise to bet against the US rested on winning the all new.

Selected first-round matches

Novak Djokovic v Philipp Kohlschreiber

Andy Murray v Mikhail Kukushkin

Roger Federer v Damir Dzumhur

Rafael Nadal v Thomaz Bellucci

Stan Wawrinka v Joao Sousa

Kei Nishikori v Simone Bolelli

Jarkko Nieminen v Lleyton Hewitt

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Gilles Muller

Daniel Gimeno v Milos Raonic

Tomas Berdych v Jeremy Chardy

Serena Williams v Margarita Gasparyan

Madison Brengle v Venus Williams

Anett Kontaveit v Victoria Azarenka

Yifan Xu v Ana Ivanovic

Maria Sharapova v Johanna Konta

Kiki Bertens v Petra Kvitova

Madison Keys v Stefanie Vogelie

Jana Cepelova v Simona Halep

Alison Riske v Lucie Safarova

Caroline Wozniacki v Saisai Zheng

Carla Suarez v Jelena Ostapenka

Carina Witthoft v Angelique Kerber

Caroline Garcia v Heather Watson

Evgeniya Rodina v Laura Robson

Odds:

Sky Bet has Djokovic and Serena Williams as favourites, priced at 11/8 and 7/4 respectively.

Murray is at 5/2, with Federer next at 13/2 and fellow Swiss Wawrinka available at 16/1. Nadal is out at 20/1.

Kvitova, meanwhile, is at 4/1 with Sharapova priced at 9/1, Victoria Azarenka 16/1 and Halep level with 2013 finalist Sabine Lisicki at 18/1.