The BBC's coverage of Wimbledon is set to be the "biggest ever" on digital.
Tennis fans will be able to watch the action on a variety of devices with ten live streams available on computers, tablets, smartphones and connected TVs.
In addition to this, there will be highlights, videos, news stories, live text commentaries of other matches and even a regular column with the UK's leading player Andy Murray.
The tournament begins on June 24th and Serbian star Novak Djokovic is the favourite, while Murray is also considered to be among the leading candidates for the prestigious trophy.
This announcement follows on from the news that the BBC's coverage of the 2013 Glastonbury Festival will be "truly digital", with more than 120 performances exclusively broadcast across a number of platforms.
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Posted by Mark Wynn