How to watch Wimbledon 2013 Week 1 matches

Julian Finney

ESPN has exclusive coverage of Wimbledon, and there will be plenty of ways to catch the action both on television and online.

The 127th edition of Wimbledon kicks off from London on Monday, and there will be numerous avenues to watch or simply follow all of the action of the first week.

ESPN has exclusive coverage of the tournament, with that coverage bouncing between ESPN and ESPN2 for the first week. Television coverage begins at 7 a.m. ET throughout the week, with the start time being pushed back to 8 a.m. on the "middle" Saturday. ESPN will focus on matches at Centre Court, while ESPN2 will focus on No. 1 Court and the outer courts.

All of the action on ESPN and ESPN2 will also be available online at WatchESPN.com. There's a WatchESPN app that can be used for smartphones and tablets, while Xbox LIVE Gold members can watch the coverage on their gaming system. ESPN3 will offer even more coverage online with their multi-screen presentation of all TV courts.

Wimbledon's official website is offering great ways to follow the tournament, with live video and radio in addition to an app and the IBM Slamtracker.

ABC will air a three-hour review of the first week on "middle" Sunday, a traditional day off during the tournament.

Here's a full schedule of play for Wimbledon from the official website, and here's a programming schedule from SI.com.

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