How to watch French Open live streams on ITV
You can watch the tournament for free on ITV4. To watch:
- Get ExpressVPN
- Connect to a UK server location
- Go to ITV and register for an account. You may need to provide a valid UK postal code (e.g., WC1X 0AA).
- Enjoy the matches!
How to watch Roland Garros on NBC and the Tennis Channel
Since 2016, NBC and the Tennis Channel have shared the U.S. broadcasting rights to the French Open. To watch:
- Get ExpressVPN
- Connect to a U.S. server location
- Go to Sling TV or YouTube TV and use the free trial
- Tune in to NBC or the Tennis Channel, according to the schedule below
Full French Open TV schedule
Wondering when to tune in to the matches in the U.S.? Check out the full schedule below.
|Sun, May 26||First round||5 a.m.||Tennis, NBC|
|Mon, May 27||First round||5 a.m.||Tennis, NBC|
|Tue, May 28||First round||5 a.m.||Tennis|
|Wed, May 29||Second round||5 a.m.||Tennis|
|Thu, May 30||Second round||5 a.m.||Tennis|
|Fri, May 31||Third round||5 a.m.||Tennis|
|Sat, June 1||Third round||5 a.m.||Tennis, NBC|
|Sun, June 2||Round of 16||5 a.m.||Tennis, NBC|
|Mon, June 3||Round of 16||5 a.m.||Tennis|
|Tue, June 4||Quarterfinals||7 a.m.||Tennis|
|Wed, June 5||Quarterfinals||7 a.m.||Tennis|
|Thu, June 6||Women’s semifinals||8 a.m.||Tennis, NBC|
|Fri, June 7||Men’s semifinals||6 a.m.||Tennis, NBC|
|Sat, June 8||Women’s final||9 a.m.||NBC|
|Sun, June 9||Men’s final||9 a.m.||NBC|
2019 French Open venue
As always, the event will be held at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris. Court Philippe-Chatrier, one of the main courts, has been completely renovated in order to offer better comfort and visibility, particularly in the corners.
The newly opened Court Simonne-Mathieu offers 5,000 seats and fits perfectly into the Serres d’Auteuil garden. The outside courts located between the Court Suzanne-Lenglen and Court 14 have also been redesigned.
Roland Garros 2019 winner prediction
Pundits are excited to see how Roger Federer will do after his three-year absence from the clay. Novak Djokovic is a proven winner and could well net a fourth straight Grand Slam title this year.
And yet, Djokovic and all other challengers will have their eyes on the King of Clay, Rafael Nadal. With 11 French Open titles to his name, the Spaniard is the greatest clay-court player in the game and should fancy his chances against anybody.
On the women’s side, Simona Halep is back to defend her title after winning her first Grand Slam here by defeating Garbiñe Muguruza. Sports fans are also excited for a potential rematch between Halep and Naomi Osaka, who defeated Halep in the Australian Open final. Also keep an eye on all-time great Serena Williams, who can never be ruled out!