Outside of neglecting HD output, perhaps the most common complaint for sports-loving Lifehacker readers is the failure of networks to broadcast sporting matches live. So the news that Seven will show all Wimbledon matches live (including for WA), largely on 7TWO, is a welcome step in the right direction (even if that does mean no HD again). The broadcasts begin from June 20. [TV Tonight]
Seven Will Show Actually Wimbledon Matches Live Across Australia
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