Written, Directed, Produced by Paul Wie (vimeo.com/paulwie)
Produced and Edited by Peter Yun
Co-Produced by Jason Lee
Music by Robert Litton
Director of Photography: Chris Saul
I think I saw this the other day, very early morning where 4 guys were playing doubles tennis 다운로드. They could barely hit the ball but were acting like it was the Wimbledon finals. It was so mesmerizing I secretly watched for 15 minutes.
For tennis fans, there’s little that could beat the excitement of Wimbledon 알약 무료 백신 다운로드. It’s the world’s oldest tennis tournament, a chance to see the world’s best players compete. This year’s Wimbledon tournament started Monday and continues until July 8 인포그래픽 다운로드.
Of course, since it’s taking place in the U.K., chances are that you’re either at the breakfast table or in the office when players like Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova and Petra Kvitova compete 발걸음. But no worries: There are multiple options to watch the tournament online and on your mobile device.
Wimbledon.com is streaming up to five hours of live programming a day on its website and on Livestream.com/wimbledon starting every day at 7 a.m 다운로드. ET. The stream will include “key matches, player interviews, press conferences, score updates, “off-court” reports and behind-the-scenes access,” according to a press release sent out this week 다운로드.