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Roland Garros Live Stream | TV Coverage | 2022 (Announced)

Roland Garros Biggest Clay Tennis Grand-Slam Live Online at Tennis Channel In USA

French Open is also known as Ronald Garros is one of the four major and most prestigious Grand Slams in Tennis Calander year. However, due to covid, the French open was hurt badly in financial situations. however, they tirunament made hiits returned ast year and Novak Djokavich won after deafting Rafal Nadal in the final. This year, the French Open will be starting on 25 may and end on June 12. Here’s a complete gude on how you can watch the French Open live stream online.

French Open Live Stream

French Open 2022

Master Series | 2000
Competition | ATP / WTA
Total Prize Money | €43.8 Million, Singles Winner to take €1.8 Million
TV Channel | Tennis Channel

French Open or Ronald Garros is Annually played in Paris. Typically, the French Open tennis tournament is preceded by a series of clay tournaments. It is all meant to build momentum and help players get accustomed to the clay surface.

However, because of the unusual circumstances, this year’s French Open will be played at a later date. With fewer build-up competitions before the event. Live streaming of all those clay events including the French Open can be watched using the methods mentioned below.

How To Watch French Open Live Stream Online From Official Sources?

French open fedration has signed TV and broadcasting deals with various broadcasting channels. Different channels will broadcast the event live in various countries.  You must have bought the subscription to live stream the event as you can see only qualifier matches within the free package or maybe round matches also. However, to enjoy the whole tournament, you must purchase a membership.

France | In France, fans can watch the live streaming of the French Open live with FranceTV Sports and Eurosport 1 & 2.

The Middle East | In the Middle East region, the french open matches can be enjoyed on beIN Sports. Bein Sports will live stream the matches. However, it is paid channel and the user has to buy a subscription.

Africa | Supersport has the broadcasting right of french open in Africa. The fans in Africa can tune in to Supersport to watch the live-action from Roland Garros.

Asia | In Asia, especially Indian fans can tune in to Star Sports, while fans in Pan-Asia regions can switch to Fox Sports to watch the French Open live.

Japan | In Japan, the broadcasting rights lie with WOWOW and TV Tokyo to broadcast the live-action from the 2021 French Open.

Australia, Fiji & Pacific islands | In Australia, Fiji & Pacific Islands, Fox Sports has the right to live stream the French Open. It is the paid channel and users have to buy the $25 dollar monthly subscriton in order to watch the french open.

New Zealand | Tennis fans in New Zealand can watch the action of Ronald Garros on Sky NZ.

How to Watch French Open Live in USA?

In the USA, Fans can tune the event on NBC Sports, Tennis Channel, TSN, and ESPN. They can watch this second Grand Slam of the year on these mentioned channels. The official tennis right-holders for the French Open in the USA are NBC and the Tennis Channel.

If you have cable TV or a subscription to satellite television, you can watch it live on your TV or can use the same subscription to stream the French Open live on the official NBC Sports website.

The NBC Sports website allows its subscribers to watch the French Open live streaming online on their site.

Watch French Open 2022 in the UK

Across Europe and the United Kingdom, Tennis fans can tune in with Eurosport, Euro player, ITV Sport, NOS, SRG SSR, and Setanta Sports to watch French Open 2022 live.

Other than the above mentioned channels, the live streaming of the French Open in the UK can also be watched with ITV Hub, while on TV it will be broadcast by ITV4.

*Note:The other options to watch the Roland Garros live will be updated soon above. Here’s a list of countries & options on how to watch the French Open live on TV.

Ronald Garros Live Stream In Countries

Countries Channels
France France.TVSport, EuroSport
Europe (All Territories)EuroSport
Europe (Local)ITV, RTBF, SRG SSR, EIRSport, ORF, EPT, Radio Televija Slovenija, Markiza, PTC, Silknet, YLE, Eestimeedia, Ceska, Rik News, HRT, BNT, PTPC, TVR, RTSH, RTCG
USANBC Sports, Tennis Channel
Latin AmericaESPN
CanadaRDS.ca, TCN.ca
BrazilBand Sports
South-East AsiaFox Sports
IndiaStar Sports Select
China CCTV, Sports.qq.com
JapanWowow, TV Tokyo
North Africa & Middle EastbeIN
Sub-Saharan Africa Super Sports, Canal+
Australia  Fox Sports, SBS

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2022 French Open Schedule & Dates

According to the latest schedule, the French Open for 2022 will be played between May 29 and June 12. The grand slam will open with the qualifying rounds. It will begin a week before that. This is postponement of a week because of the rising cases of the coronavirus pandemic in the country.

The French Open live streaming of the first round will begin from Sunday, May 29. French Open final live stream will be on Sunday, June 12 at Roland-Garros.

Here’s the expected schedule for the 2022 French Open:

  • May 25-28: Qualifiers
  • May 29-May 31: Round 1
  • June 1-2: Round 2
  • 3-4 June: Round 3
  • June 5-6: Round 4
  • June 7-8: Quarter-Finals
  • 9-10 June: Semi-Finals
  • June 11: Women’s Singles Final
  • June 12: Men’s Singles Final

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