French Open Tennis schedule, how to watch and more Cord-cutting tennis fans have many options for livestreaming the matches on the red clay of Roland-Garros. Getty Images Tennis's second Grand Slam tournament of the year is underway on the red clay courts in Paris.
The French Open concludes with the final match on Sunday, June 9. On the men's side , defending champion Rafael Nadal seeks his 12th French Open title and is looking for revenge against top-seed and world No. Djokovic is on a roll, winning the last three Grand Slams.
Roger Federer skipped the last three French Opens but is back this year and looking to add to his 20 Grand Slam titles.
On the women's side , Simona Halep looks to defend her title, while Naomi Osaka is going after her third straight Grand Slam championship after winning the U.
And in what might be the most frightening 10 seed of all time, Serena Williams looks to be in top form as she goes for her 24th Grand Slam title to tie the legendary Margaret Court.
The tournament began on Sunday, May 26 and ends on Sunday, June 9. Coverage starts at 6 a. ET and ends at 3 p.
ET most days. Early round coverage is on the Tennis Channel, with NBC picking up afternoon coverage on the weekends. The men's and women's semifinal and final round matches are on NBC.
How can I livestream the French Open? You can livestream the tournament on TennisChannel. If you don't have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can watch the French Open with a live-TV streaming service.
For the big matches at the end of the tournament on NBC, however, you will need to make sure you can get a live feed of NBC in your area.
In some markets, you can watch on-demand but not live content from NBC and the other local networks.
You'll need a solid internet connection. You can watch any of them on TV as long as your smart TV has the service's app. You can also watch on iPhones , Android phones , tablets and PC browsers.
You can sign up and cancel anytime, no contract required.
All of them offer free trial periods, so you can sign up to watch and then cancel. Wait until the second half of the fortnight to start your trial, and you can watch all of the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals matches without spending a dime.
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