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Visit FreeCast's Live Streaming Coverage Guide to watch 2012 Olympic tennis for free online.Wimbledon’s tennis courts will be opening for competition yet again, this time for the 2012 Olympic Games. With the exception of Spain’s Rafael Nadal, who recently withdrew from the Olympics, you can watch the world’s best tennis players compete on the biggest stage live online for free when the Olympics begin on Friday, July 27.
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Taking the court for the US Olympic Men’s Tennis Team are Andy Roddick, John Isner, Donald Young and Ryan Harrison. Roddick and Isner will compete in men’s doubles together, along with Bob and Mike Bryan, who won the bronze together in 2008. Watch 2012 Olympic Tennis live online for free to see if the Bryans can earn another medal this time around for the US Men’s Olympic Tennis Team.
The US Olympic Women’s Tennis Team is composed of 2012 Wimbledon champion Serena Williams, her sister Venus, who has three Olympic gold medals to her name, Christina McHale, and Varvara Lepchenko. The Williams sisters will also look to remain undefeated in Olympic doubles competitions as they go for their third gold medal together. The No. 1-ranked women’s doubles team of Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond will also be competing for the US Olympic Women’s Tennis Team at the London Olympics.
Between the Williams sisters and the top-ranked doubles team of Liezel and Raymond, the US Olympic Women’s Tennis Team should have a great chance at taking home at least a few medals this year. Be sure to watch Olympic tennis live online for free to see if they can knock off the competition.
Aside from Venus and Serena, you’ll be able to watch live online coverage of Olympic tennis matches that will include the likes of Maria Sharapova (Russia), Victoria Azarenka (Belarus) and Agnieszka Radwanska (Poland), who lost to Serena in the 2012 Wimbledon Finals. Russia will likely give the US Olympic Women’s Tennis Team the most trouble.
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Women’s Preview – Saturday, August 4: The bronze and gold medal matches for Olympic Women’s Tennis will be held on Saturday, streaming live online beginning with the first match at 7am ET between Belarus’ Victoria Azarenka and Russia’s Maria Kirilenko. They will go at it for the bronze, while Serena Williams (USA) and Maria Sharapova (Russia) will square off in the Gold Medal Final at 9am ET. Williams will also be participating in the women’s doubles semifinals alongside her sister, Venus on Saturday at 11:30am ET. They should be able to get past Russia’s Nadia Petrova/Kirilenko duo.
Men’s Preview – Saturday, August 4: It’s time for the Gold Medal Final between USA’s reigning Olympic Doubles Tennis champs, Mike and Bob Bryan and France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga/Michael Llodra. They will hit the court at 11am ET, while the bronze medal match between France’s Julien Benneteau/Richard Gasquet and Spain’s David Ferrer/Feliciano Lopez will take place a little earlier at 9am ET.
Men’s Preview – Friday, August 3: There are three very familiar names in the Men’s  Singles Semifinals, which take place, starting at 7am ET. Reigning Wimbledon Champion Roger Federer of Switzerland will go against Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro, while Great Britain’s Andy Murray, who lost in the 2012 Wimbledon Final to Federer, will hit the court to face Serbia’s Novak Djokovic. Also taking place on Friday morning are the semifinals for men’s doubles, which will feature a match between USA’s Mike and Bob Bryan, the reigning Olympic doubles champs, and France’s Julien Benneteau/Richard Gasquet at 7:30am ET. The other match, which starts at 11am ET will include the other French team of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga/Michael Llodra as they take on David Ferrer/Feliciano Lopez of Spain.
Women’s Preview – Friday, August 3: It’s a great day to watch tennis as two of the game’s best players, Serena Williams (USA) and Victoria  Azarenka, will face one another on the court at 9am ET. In the other semifinals match, it will be Russia against Russia as Maria Sharapova goes against Maria Kirilenko. Women’s doubles will also get going again on Friday with semifinals matches between the US’ Liezel Huber/Lisa Raymond and Czech Republic’s Andre Hlavackova/Lucie Hradecka and Russia’s Nadia Petrova/Kirilenko vs the Williams sisters. Venus and Serena are expected to take the doubles gold for the second straight Olympics.
Men’s Preview – Thursday, August 2: On Thursday, the men will hit the court for singles and doubles quarterfinals matches, starting at 6:30am ET. The doubles gold medal favorite duo of Mike and Bob Bryan will start off the day in a match against Israel’s Jonathan Erlich/Andy Ram. France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga/Michael Llodra will face Brazil’s Marcel Melo/Bruno Soares at 10:30am ET in what should also be a great doubles match. In the men’s singles quarterfinals look for star tennis players  Roger Federer (Switzerland) and Andy Murray (Great Britain) to win their respective match-ups, while a great match-up between Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will take place at 9am ET.
Women’s Preview – Thursday, August 2: Quarterfinals for women’s doubles tennis will begin at 6:30am ET and will stream live online, along with women’s singles quarterfinals matches, which start at 7am ET. In doubles, USA’s Venus and Serena Williams are clearly the team to beat, but that isn’t likely to happen. In women’s singles tennis on Thursday, be sure to watch the always entertaining Serena Williams take on Denmark’s Caroline Wozniaki. Victoria Azarenka of Belarus and Maria Sharapova of Russia are two other big names to watch, as they should both make strong pushes for gold at the London Olympics.
Men’s Tennis Preview – Wednesday, August 1: The key players to watch in the third round men’s singles at the London Games are Roger Federer of Switzerland, who is taking on France’s Julien Benneteau at 7am ET, Great Britain’s Andy Murray (facing Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus at 11am ET), heavy hitter Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (playing at 8:30am ET against Spain’s Feliciano Lopez) and Serbia’s Novak Djokovik who will go against Australia’s Lleyton Hewitt at 9am ET.
Women’s Tennis Preview – Wednesday, August 1: The third round of women’s singles tennis at the 2012 Games begins at 9am ET with a serious match between Victoria Azarenka of Belarus and Nadia Patrova of Russia. The US’ Venus and Serena Williams and Russia’s Maria Sharapova will also be competing in their own respective matches on Wednesday and you can watch every match live online for free.
Men’s Singles Preview – Tuesday, July 31: The second round of men’s tennis in the London Olympics is currently underway as Great Britain’s Andy Murray is taking on Finland’s Jarkko Nieminen in a match that started at 9am ET. Another big match in the second round will be between USA’s Andy Roddick and Serbia’s Novk Djokovic, who took home a bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic Games. They are set to start play today at 11am ET.
Women’s Singles Preview – Tuesday, July 31: Singles matches for Olympic women’s tennis are currently streaming live online, beginning at 6:30am ET today. Venus Williams (USA) and Angelique Kerber (Germany) have already won their respective matches and will advance to the next round. Check out what should be some entertaining match-ups as No. 1-ranked Victoria Azarenka of Belarus takes on Spain’s Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez (11am ET) and Russia’s Maria Sharapova faces Laura Robson of Great Britain (1pm ET).
Men’s Singles Preview: As the matches for men’s tennis prepare to get underway in the London Olympics, Roger Federer (Switzerland) is eyeing his first Olympic gold in men’s singles. Federer is the gold medal favorite after winning yet another Wimbledon title this year, while Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and Great Britain’s Andy Murray are also expected to earn medals in men’s singles. Federer will likely benefit from playing at Wimbledon’s again, as he has been won quite a few times on its grass courts.
Women’s Singles Preview: Serena Williams is the gold medal favorite for women’s singles tennis after she won the 2012 Wimbledon title, thanks in large part to her ferocious serve. Victoria Azarenka of Belarus and Germany’s Sabine Lisick, who has the next hardest serve behind Williams, are both capable of reaching the podium as well. Other names to watch out for are Russia’s Maria Sharapova and the US’ Varvara Lepchenko.