ESPN+ has a full slate of content hitting the service this week, and that includes more tennis from Wimbledon. The Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals will continue this week, with the Finals happening over the weekend.
The big names that are still in Wimbledon on the Men's side include Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal (who are number two and three respectively). On the women's side, Serena Williams is still in, and has made into the Semi-Finals, where she will play her next match on Thursday. Williams has had a pretty successful return to the court, after giving birth to her daughter in 2017. As usual, the Women's Finals will take place on Saturday and the Men's Final will take place on Sunday.
Remember that Wimbledon is taking place in England, so that these matches are played pretty early on in the day. And you'll want to check the schedule to make sure that you don't miss any matches.
There is other content coming to ESPN+ this week too. It will be continuing its series following US Women's National Soccer player Alex Morgan. And hot off of the World Cup win this past weekend, it's sure to be a pretty popular show. Alex Morgan: The Equalizer will air its third episode tomorrow, July 10. The fourth episode will air next week.
Morgan will be giving ESPN+ a behind-the-scenes look at the 72 hours of celebration that has occurred since winning the World Cup in France on Sunday.
Other original content includes a new series from NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo, on July 12. It's SneakerCenter. It's a brand new ESPN+ series that has a lens on the sneaker lifestyle and culture across sports, entertainment and beyond. This is being told by athletes, artists, enthusiasts and brands. There will be a special preview episode airing on July 12, with the full season coming later this fall.
In case you did not get enough soccer during the Women's World Cup, the US Open Cup is still going on, with action starting up again on July 10. Many teams are still in it, including NYCFC, LAFC, Atlanta FC and more.
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