Where can I watch the French Open?
The French Open draw begins on Sunday with play beginning at 10am. You can watch the French Open on television, online and digital radio. The world’s top players arrive in Paris to compete in the second grand slam in the year the French Open. The tournament will run from Sunday 27th May to Sunday 9th June and will culminate in the Gentlemen’s singles final. Rafael Nadal will be aiming for an unprecedented 11th title on the dirt. In 2017 he lifted his tenth title ‘ la Decima’ and his 15th grand slam title.
The French Open App
The French Open has produced a great new app where fans can track their favourite players, check the live score facility, the French Open Radio provides live coverage from all the show courts at Roland Garros. You can also watch player interviews and match day highlights on your device.
Eurosport have a great reputation of producing great content and their coverage of the French Open is top notch. Let by Mats Wilander and Barbara Schett they are first with all the news and results. The Eurosport player enables you to catch up online if you have missed out.
The Tennis Podcast
Catherine Whitaker and David Law have been producing this gem of a tennis podcast for years. Every Monday they release their weekly Tennis Podcast about all things tennis. During the Grand Slams they have a daily podcast live from the grounds and have exclusive access to all the players and coaches. You can check them out on twitter to get your hands on the latest podcast.
British Channel ITV offers great coverage of the tournament on UK Terrestrial TV . From the first ball to the last ball ITV have all the action covered. John Inverdale anchors the coverage from the French capital.
French Open on YouTube
The French Tennis Federation also provide all their content on YouTube. You can watch match highlights, behind the scenes coverage and interviews with all the players. The French Open YouTube channel is at your fingertips