BBC to offer 360 video coverage within Wimbledon 2017 digital coverage.
Audiences will have the chance to capture even more of the action at Wimbledon with BBC Sport’s extensive digital service.
Ahead of the tournament a dedicated page on the BBC Sport website and app will bring live action from Roehampton as Wimbledon qualifying matches are broadcast live for the first time, along with being on BBC iPlayer.
Then, as the main event begins, bbc.co.uk/sport will be home to 15 live HD video streams which will provide text commentary and audience interaction in one place throughout the tournament. The streams will offer rolling highlights, in-depth pundit analysis, infographics and live votes, with six of these video streams also available on BBC Red Button.
Every court will be live-streamed on BBC iPlayer for the duration of the tournament, including the wheelchair, boys and girls matches. All broadcast programmes will be available for 30 days.
Current men’s singles champion Andy Murray will continue his popular blog on the BBC Sport website, giving an unprecedented insight into his journey through each round.
Fans will also be able to get closer to some familiar BBC faces and special guests as BBC Sport offers a range of activities and content across its social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. This will include a number of live videos, short-form action clips, 360 video, behind-the-scenes insights, news and live action updates. Fans are encouraged to join in the conversation, and the most insightful contributions will be curated and featured in BBC coverage.