Screaming tennis players won't be a problem anymore for aficionado's of Wimbledon. British fans have recently been complaining about the squeals of players hurting their enjoyment of the sport.
BBC created a noise-reduction device that get this, allows internet listeners to turn down the sound of grunting tennis players and turn up the broadcasters.
"Wimbledon Net Mix," which the Daily Mail reports is a free product, is available right now.
A BBC sportsman said he's been overwhelmed with complaints about the level of grunting, so they scrambled to design the new device. Wimbledon's boss Ian Ritchie has said he would like to see less grunting.