Wimbledon Live Stream: Watch Online Andy Murray Streaming ESPN Tennis England Club

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Jun 25, 2014 07:43 AM EDT
Andy Murray of Britain
Andy Murray of Britain reacts during his men's singles tennis match against David Goffin of Belgium at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London June 23, 2014. "

Andy Murray opens up the Wimbledon 2014 schedule on Wednesday against Gregor Dimitrov with his second round match on ESPN from the All England Club and the tennis matchup against Blaz Rola and it starts up past 8 am ET on Court 1 and is the first match there as the defending champion continues his run back towards the finals before Novak Djokovic and David Ferrer play later on.

Murray comes in as the defending champion and he is looking to win again and he won after losing the final the year before and he was the first in years to win after dropping the finals the year before. Djokovic is the top seed despite Rafael Nadal being the number one ranked player and Dojo is looking to get back to the finals and he has a tough road as well. Nadal has a tough draw and he has a potential matchup with Roger Federer and he comes in looking to get his bearings this week after losing early here last year and he plays Lukas Rosol, who beat him here two years ago

Federer thinks he is a contender here, Nadal comes in as the French Open champion as does Maria Sharapova, while Serena Williams is looking to improve as well. Nadal is playing well and he needs to get used to playing on grass after the quick schedule pickup and he had a four set opener and after losing the first he won the next three sets in a row. Wimbledon is always tough to win and Murray will be looking to get things going early and Djokovic knows he has a tough match as well.

Djokovic lost against Nadal in the French Open final and he will be looking to pick up another major and Bernard Tomic is a player that could make a run. Nadal and Federer are on the same side of the draw, while Djokovic and Murray can matchup again. Sharapova and Williams can meet in the quarters and Sharapova has lost 15 straight times to Williams.

Check here for the Andy Murray Wimbledon live coverage from ESPN.

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