Ways to Liverpool vs Arsenal Live French Open tennis is here – bringing the great and good from the tennis world together (minus Roger Federer) at the Stade Roland Garros.
You can watch every swipe, swing and smash with a 2020 French Open live no matter where in the world you are. Read on for all the details – and how you can watch the tennis absolutely FREE.hg
Rafael Nadal is back to defend his men’s singles title, but world No. 1 and reigning women’s singles champion Ashleigh Barty has decided not to compete because of coronavirus concerns.hgfh
Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams can each tie Grand Slam singles titles records at the French Open, with daily live coverage among NBC Sports, Peacock and Tennis Channel.hgfh
NBC coverage starts Sunday with first-round action at Roland Garros, its 38th straight year covering the event. Tennis Channel airs the majority of weekday coverage. Peacock, NBC Universal’s new streaming service, has middle weekend broadcasts.hgfh
The 2020 French Open is being shown live in the UK on free-to-air channel ITV4 – so anyone can watch it using the channel’s ITV Hub platform.hgfh
ITV4’s French Open TV coverage starts on Sunday, September 27, and the channel is promising coverage from around 10am-8pm BST for each day of the 15-day event, which concludes on Sunday, October 11.hgf
Australian tennis fans are spoilt for choice when it comes to tuning in to the 2020 French Open.
For starters, free-to-air SBS and SBS Viceland have got in on the action, and will be showing the tennis from 10pm-5am Aussie time each night, and that includes the final, semi-finals and quarter-finals. This means viewers can make use of the free SBS On Demand service to tune in.hg
In the US, both NBC Sports and the Tennis Channel are airing the French Open action. If you have NBC Sports on cable already, you’re all set and can watch the tennis from Roland Garros via the network’s website – just log-in with details of your TV provider. mbhhg
Novak Djokovic, remember, was thrown out of the (US) Open after accidentally hitting a ball at a line judge in a fit of rage, and hasn’t won the French Open since 2016. The Serb would love to lift the Coupe des Mousquetaires as the pantomime villain of the tennis world.hgh
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