Tennis365’s live scores centre: Now with added ‘MyMatches’ feature
If you don’t have a television to follow Wimbledon live, or perhaps you are on the go, then you are no doubt keeping tabs on this year’s tournament with Tennis365’s live scores and results centre.
Since its launch in 2018, you have been able to keep up to date with the live matches, have a browse through the upcoming matches, look back the finished matches or keep track of the world rankings.
Our live scores and results centre now has an added feature where you can “favourite” the live matches that you want to keep an eye on.
It is sometimes difficult to keep track of your favourite players with dozens of matches taking place at the same time, but through MyMatches you can now select matches that YOU want to follow.
Once in the live scores and results centre, scroll to the matches of your choice and simply click on the star in the left-hand column.
Then go back up to navigation bar and click on MyMatches and voilà, your favourite matches are there.
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