Eastbourne TV, streaming info: What time are Serena Williams and Ons Jabeur playing on Wednesday?

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Camera at the tennis Credit: PA Images
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Serena Williams and Ons Jabeur’s doubles encounter at the Rothesay International Eastbourne will once again be the hottest ticket in town on Wednesday.

Tennis great Williams made her long-awaited competitive comeback on Tuesday as she teamed up with world No 3 Jabeur to defeat Sara Sorribes Tormo and Marie Bouzkova in the opening round of the WTA 500 event.

The pair will be back in action Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club, which also hosts the ATP 250 event this week, on Wednesday as they will take on Shuko Aoyama and Chan Hao-ching for a place in the semi-final.

WTA 500 singles and doubles

The Williams-Jabeur vs Aoyama-Chan clash will once again be the final match on Centre Court so it is likely to start at 18:30 again.

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In the singles, fifth seed Garbine Muguruza will be the highest seed in action and she will take on 12th seed Camila Giorgi at 11am on Court 1.

Two Brits will be in action in the third round on Wednesday after Katie Boulter and Jodie Burrage pulled off stunning wins on Tuesday.

Boulter, who upset former world No 1 Karolina Pliskova, will face another Czech as she will take on two-time Wimbledon champion and 14th seed Petra Kvitova at about 12:30 on Centre Court while Burrage, fresh from defeating world No 4 Paula Badosa, takes on Beatriz Haddad Maia directly after the Boulter-Pliskova clash on the main court.

Defending champion Jelena Ostapenko faces 11th seed Madison Keys at 15:30 on Court 1.

How to watch the WTA Rothesay International Eastbourne

BBC Two will broadcast SELECTED women’s matches in the United Kingdom while the action will be on BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button and the mobile app

You can tune into your smart TV/smart phone/laptop on Amazon Prime and new members can sign up for just £7.99 a month, and are eligible for a free 30-day trial.

Tennis365’s WTA Eastbourne Live Scores and Results Centre

Outside the UK, Tennis Channel will broadcast matches in the United States, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands while TSN is the go-to channel in Canada.

beIN SPORTS will cover Australia and France, Canal+ is in Poland and DAZN will air matches in Spain, Canada and Japan.

ATP 250 men’s singles and doubles

British No 1 and top seed Cameron Norrie gets the action underway on Centre Court at 11:00 as he faces Brandon Nakashima first up while rising young Brit Jack Draper is up against fourth seed Diego Schwartzman at 15:30 on the main court.

British No 2 Dan Evans takes on Maxime Cressy from the United States at 12:30 on Court 1 and Ryan Peniston faces Pedro Martínez at 15:30 on Court 4.

In the men’s doubles, top seeds Mate Pavic and Nicola Mektic from Croatia face Ugo Humbert and Maxime Cressy at 14:00 on Court 12 while Jamie Murray from Greaty Britain and his Brazilian partner Bruno Soares will be up against Finn Harri Heliovaara and Brit Lloyd Glasspool at 13:50 on Court 5.

How to watch the ATP Rothesay International Eastbourne

Amazon Prime has the broadcasting rights in the United Kingdom and Ireland while Eurosport covers Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, France and Scandinavia (with the exception of Denmark which will be covered by TV2).

Tennis365’s ATP Eastbourne Live Scores and Results Centre

Viewers in the United States can catch the action on Tennis Channel and subscription service Tennis TV covers all ATP Tour events.

beIN SPORTS covers Australia, the Middle East and Sinapore, Telefonica/Movistar broadcasts tennis in Spain, Sky Deutschland covers Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Elsewhere TSN covers Canada and ESPN covers Latin America.

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