French Open is one of the world’s biggest tennis tournament which happens in France every year. The French Open 2019 is finally here, starting from Sunday, May 26 at the Roland Garros, Paris.
The clay court of Roland Garros has been rebuilt for this year’s championship games. Here is the schedule for French Open 2019 and the ways to watch it legally from anywhere in the world.
French Open 2019 Schedule
The French open 2019 will officially start from May 26 and end on Sunday, July 9 while the women’s’ final match for the tennis tournament will be on Saturday, July 8. Rafael Nadal, who has won the french open title for 11 times will play for his 12th win.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic can give a fierce competition to Nadal and are also the top contender for the french open title. Romanian Simona Halep, having won the 2018 French Open is the top contender in women. Naomi Osaka(#1 Rank), Kiki Bertens and Serena Williams are also in the race of french open 2019 championship.
How to watch in the US/UK?
For the people living in the US region, NBC Sports and the Tennis Channel will live telecast the French Open 2019 matches. One can also subscribe to DirecTV Now which also offers a 7-day free trial. It should be enough to watch the final week of the tennis tournament in Paris.
The French Open 2019 games will be aired live on the ITV 4 channel in the UK without any additional cost. You can use the ITV Hub App to live stream the matches on any device. French Open 2019 can be streamed on smartphones, tablets, TVs and game consoles at any place.
Live Stream from anywhere
If you are living outside the US and the UK or currently not at your home country, there is no need to worry as there are plenty of options to stream French open 2019. For the people residing in the following countries, French open 2019 can be streamed on these channels.
- Australia: Fox Sports
- Canada: TSN, RDS
- Caribbean: ESPN
- China: Tencent, CCTV
- India: Star Sports
- North Africa/Middle East: BeIN Sport
- Southeast Asia: Fox Sports
- South Korea: Fox Sports
- Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport, Canal+
Now, if you do not belong to any of the above countries mentioned, there are still other ways possible to watch the tennis matches at the French Open 2019. You can use any of the popular VPN services and change the location as per your comfort.