On the red sand courts in Paris, the second Grand Slam tournament of the year takes place. The French Open will end on Sunday, June 9, with the final. Defending champion Rafael Nadal is looking for his 1
Djokovic is in motion and wins the last three Grand Slams. Roger Federer has missed the last three French Open but is back this year and wants to expand his 20 Grand Slam titles.
For the women, Simona Halep tries to defend her title while Naomi Osaka strives for her third consecutive grand slam championship after winning the US and Australian Open. And Serena Williams seems to be in top form in perhaps the most frightening 10 seeds of all time as she strives to claim her 24th Grand Slam title for the legendary Margaret Court.
What is the tournament schedule?
The tournament started on Sunday, May 26th and ends on Sunday, June 9th.
The tournament will air on the tennis channel and on NBC. The coverage begins at 18:00 CET and ends at 15:00 CET. ET most days. The early cover can be seen on the Tennis Channel, and NBC picks up the afternoon coverage on the weekends. The semi and final round matches of the men and women take place on NBC.
How can I broadcast the French Open live?
You can broadcast the tournament live on TennisChannel.com and NBCSports.com, however, you must prove that you have a pay-TV subscription. Serious tennis fans can subscribe to Tennis Channel Plus for $ 100 a year to play the game live from the French Open and hundreds of other tournaments.
If you do not have a cable or satellite subscription, you can watch the French Open with a. However, for the big games at the end of the NBC tournament, you need to make sure you get a live feed from NBC in your area. In some markets, you can only view live content from NBC and other local networks on demand.
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- All offer free trial periods so you can sign up for viewing and then cancel. (Wait until the second half of the fortnight before you begin your trial, and you can see all quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals without spending a penny.)
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NBC is included in the Blue package for $ 25 a month from Sling TV. (The plan is currently reduced to $ 15 per month in the first three months.) The Tenniscourt is part of the Sports Extra package, which you can add to Sling Blue for an additional $ 5 per month. Click here to see if you live in a market offering NBC.
$ 30 at Sling TV
YouTube TV costs $ 50 a month and includes NBC and the tennis channel. Enter your postcode on the welcome page to see if there is a live feed from NBC in your area.
$ 50 on YouTube TV
PlayStation Vues Elite plan for $ 60 a month includes NBC and the tennis channel. Here you can see if there is a live feed from NBC available in your area.
60.00 USD at PlayStation Vue
FuboTV costs $ 55 a month and includes NBC. The tennis channel will be added with the Fubo Extra package worth $ 6 a month. Click here to see if you live in a market offering NBC.
$ 61.00 at FuboTV
DirecTV's $ 110-a-month offer includes NBC and the Tenniscanal. You can use its channel search tool to see if a live feed from NBC is available in your place of residence.
$ 110.00 at DirecTV Now
Hulu with Live TV
Hulu with live TV costs $ 45 a month and includes NBC, but not the Tenniskanal. On the welcome page, click the "See all channels in your area" link to see which local live channels are offered in your postcode.
$ 45.00 at Hulu with live TV
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