Roger Federer Live Stream: Watch Online Wimbledon ESPN Streaming Match Tennis

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Jun 24, 2014 08:55 AM EDT
Roger Federer of Switzerland
Roger Federer of Switzerland wipes his face during a training session ahead of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London June 22, 2014. "

Roger Federer is set for the first round at Wimbledon 2014 and he will matchup with Paolo Lorenzi at the All England Club and his match will be on Court 1 for the 2nd Match and he is the fourth overall seed and Fed said he thinks he will be a contender this time around and this comes after an early slip up at the French Open and the match is on ESPN and WatchESPN with a live stream in the morning.

Federer comes into things after losing early in the French Open and he says he is a contender at Wimbledon and is looking to get back on track after the loss. Andy Murray won his opening match and Federer is on the same side of the draw as Rafael Nadal and the Wimbledon organizers are looking to get that matchup, while Djokovic and Murray have the potential to matchup. The Wimbledon draw is a mess with Nadal at two after being the number one player in the world after beating Djokovic in the French, and he can matchup with Federer and the TV cameras are hoping they get that game together.

Federer has not won a major in a while and has not made it into a major final and now he is back at Wimbledon looking to make an impact. Nadal is playing well, but he has not had time to get used to grass courts as he gets back into action, as the French was just weeks ago and the first grass tournament was a week after Roland Garros. Serena Williams is also looking to bounce back after a French Open loss early and she has a potential matchup with Maria Sharapova, who she has beaten 15 straight times. Sharapova won over Williams at Wimbledon years ago, but that feels like another era.

Murray had plenty of fans at his first match and he comes in looking to defend his Wimbledon title after being the first British man to win in over 70 years. Murray opened with a three set win and he played very well to start off, while Djokovic had 11 straight game wins in his match and he cruised as well. Dojo comes back after a loss in the finals at the French Open and he has a potential semis matchup with Murray.

Check here for the Wimbledon 2014 live coverage from the All England Club.

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