The Grand Slam tournament will be broadcast live and exclusively in three languages, Arabic, English and French across 11 channels from July 2.
Regional broadcaster, beIN, has announced the telecast of the 2018 Wimbledon Tennis Championships starting on Monday, July 2. The Grand Slam tournament, which takes place at the All England Lawn Tennis in Wimbledon, London, will be broadcast live and exclusively in three languages, Arabic, English and French across 11 channels.
HD9 will telecast The Daily Arabic studio, presented by Adel Al Shatti and Amine Rhissasi, with expert analysis from Karim Alami, the Moroccan tennis star who was ranked 25th in the world, Mamdouh Marzouk, who has more than 30 years of experience as a former tennis coach at the Egyptian, Kuwaiti and Qatari tennis federations and Selima Sfar, the Tunisian former professional who is the highest ever-ranked female Arab player.
HD 8 and HD7 will reportedly be dedicated to play on Court 1 and Court 2 with uninterrupted coverage of the three daily matches on each court. Updates from all courts between live games will be broadcast daily in English on HD12.
Live coverage will be supported by short-form daily highlights of all the main games as well as full match repeats, the release stated.
Wimbledon is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments beIN broadcasts exclusively.
The release also stated that along with the live broadcast, beIN will air historical documentaries, contemporary documentaries and interviews with the stars of the championships.