Can Kerber Defend her Title? Yet Another New Major Winner? ET — a new earlier start time this year — for daylong coverage scheduled to end at p. The action also gets started live at 6 a.
There was once a time when CBS and NBC would air all the major tournaments and fans could pop an antenna on their TV and tune into the action; but sadly, the migration to cable TV has sabotaged that old joy. For those with more money than sense, the solution may be to simply pay for a hefty cable subscription.
While days past have been cruel to cord cutting tennis fans, the tide is quickly turning.
Recent developments in the world of streaming services have upset the balance and now the power of choice rests firmly in the hands of cord cutters seeking a cable TV alternative. More details on these specific events will need to be researched on a case by case basis.
Most tennis broadcasts have moved on to cable television; with the only exception being the French Open on NBC. That being said times are changing quickly and I would not be surprised at all to see more events hit the major broadcast channels over the coming months.
Sling TV While Sling TV may fall short of being considered a complete cable TV alternative, one thing the over-the-top streaming service does excel at is sports.
ESPN has always been a leader in sports; and tennis is no difference. No other option out there gives you access to more tennis than Tennis Channel Plus. As we have seen today, you can have a huge selection of tennis at your finger-tips without ever having to sign up for cable.
So what are you waiting for?
Why pay thousands of dollars every year, only to get the same content that others get for a fraction of the price? Stop waiting for a sign; take the leap, cut the cord, and kill the cable bill today!
Dave Kennedy is a long time cord cutter who became increasingly frustrated with the high cost of Cable TV and decided to make a stance.
Since then, David has helped 1,s of people cancel their cable subscription while keeping the shows they love.