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Here is a quick guide on where you can watch tennis - be it on TV, online, on your mobile or tablet.

With over 110 tournaments staged between them annually, there's never a shortage of action for tennis fans from the ATP and WTA World Tours to take throughout the year. Add to that the four Grand Slams - Australian Open, Paris Open, Wimbledon and US Open - as well as the Davis Cup and Fed Cup, and you have a dizzying array of options to choose from and competitions to keep track of.

Our job at is to make it easier for tennis fans to find out what's on, who's playing and where they can watch the latest live action with a minimum of fuss.

There are currently 62 tournaments on the ATP tour in 31 countries and they're split into three categories in order of importance with the top ranked Master 1000 events followed by the ATP 500 and ATP 250 tournaments.

These include the Shanghai, Paris and Miami Masters among a host of other lucrative events that all lead up to the end of season ATP World Tour Finals, that feature the top eight singles players and doubles teams in the ATP Rankings at the end of a long and arduous campaign.

The WTA's 55 events, meanwhile, include the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells and the Mutua Madrid Open, whilst the end of season WTA Finals are the equivalent to the ATP World Tour Finals.


So, where best to watch the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Serena Williams live?

Our first stop is Sky Sports, who boast live coverage of the Australian Open, Paris Open and US Open and broadcast rights to the ATP World Tour and the ATP World Tour Finals. Sky has played a major role in the increased commercialisation of sport around the world since 1991 and with five dedicated sports channels and a 24 hours Sky Sports News service subscribers are never left twiddling their thumbs.

BT Sport are also a major player in the tennis world and have the rights to 21 live tournaments from the women's tennis tour. Their offering consists of up to 800 live hours of coverage every year as well as the season ending TEB BNP Paribas WTA Championships. 

The BBC, meanwhile, is home to Wimbledon - the oldest tennis tournament in the world and widely regarded as the most prestigious. The Championships, which take place over two weeks in late June and early July, is one tournament that no self respecting tennis fan would dare miss and the BBC's coverage of the action is second to none.

TV viewers in the UK and Ireland can access additional courts from those broadcast on the BBC's main channels during their Wimbledon coverage through the Red Button. 


The BBC website also offers excellent live streaming of Wimbledon directly to your PC, laptop or mobile device. You can watch any match on any court live as it goes out, whilst alternatively, there is a separate stream which provides a summary of current events and another that offers a constant highlights reel.

Global powerhouse bet365 leads the way in online streaming, though, with a phenomenal number of matches streamed live each year including action from the ATP and WTA Tours, as well as the US Open and Wimbledon and the Davis and Fed Cups.

The breadth and depth of the streaming coverage available to their members is second to none with over 60,000 events available to watch on your PC, laptop or mobile device each year. And they're not just about tennis either, as they also broadcast football from the top leagues in Europe and around the world, NBA and Euroleague basketball and much much more.

Such has been the growth in online coverage of tennis tournaments across the globe in recent years, major broadcasters have made sure to jump on the bandwagon and to broaden their appeal as well as subscribers' viewing options. If you have an account with Sky or BT, for example, not only will you be able to watch all the big games on TV from the comfort of your living room but also on the go on your mobile device.


With Sky Go you can watch tennis live and on demand anywhere you like on your preferred mobile device at no extra cost to your Sky TV subscription. You can watch Sky Go on your computer, on your tablet or smartphone through the Sky Go app with each option designed to give subscribers a different way to watch live tennis.

The Sky Sports app for Android also allows you to watch Sky Sports channels 1 to 5, Sky Sports F1™ and Sky Sports News HQ live and on the go.

Not to be outdone, the BT Sport app also brings you live streaming and breaking news to your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. BT Sport's app for smartphones and tablets allows BT Sport subscribers to watch BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport Europe and BT Sport//ESPN live and on the move.

For some, watching on a smaller screen takes away from the overall enjoyment of the action but the convenience of the mobile experience and the added element of interactivity as fans tweet their views on the action in-play has seen an explosion of interest in this method of taking in live tennis.


The increased choices of how to watch live tennis has revolutionised the experience with brilliants rallies, winning drop shots and temper tantrums from a game going viral within moments of the action taking place as followers take to social networking sites in their droves.

The world of live tennis has changed dramatically in recent years and in response has become a one stop shop for lovers of the game to plan their tennis viewing in a secure and easy to navigate environment.

So to find out what games are live today or in the days and weeks ahead, just check out our calendar and discover who's showing which games, and where and when you can watch them.

You can also sign up for our alert system which is a great way to keep up to speed on the world of live tennis as it allows us to let you know when your favourite player/s are in action and if you can watch them on TV or online.

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