The second grand slam of the year, French Open 2018 is scheduled to get underway with qualifying on May 22 while the main draw matches starting on May 28th and run until the 11th June. Here is all the info about French Open 2018 tv channels broadcasting on tv and how to watch French Open live stream ahead of the tournament. The competition will be broadcasted live in more than 200 countries across the world. Many big sports network has bought the tv rights to the 2018 Roland Garros tennis tournament.
ITV 1 and ITV2 have the broadcasting rights of the 2018 French Open to show live coverage and highlights. British EuroSport tv channel – Eurosport 1 & 2 will show live coverage of the matches in Europe. The tournament will be broadcast on Fox Sports on tv and live streaming is on FoxSports.com.au.
The tournament will run for lasts for 14 days with the first day of matches takes on May 28th. The men’s singles final take place on Sunday 11 June after the women’s singles final and men’s doubles final which is scheduled to take place on 10th June. Novak Djokovic won the men’s title, beating Andy Murray in the 2016 finals the defending champion in men’s category and Garbine Muguruza who won the title defeating Serena Williams is women’s singles champion.
Let’s take a look at the French Open 2018 tv channels list who will be broadcasting Roland Garros 2018 live worldwide.
French Open 2018 TV Channels Broadcasting Worldwide
|France||FranceTV Sports and EuroSport|
|United Kingdom||ITV 1 / ITV2 / British EuroSport|
|United States||Tennis Channel / NBC|
|Africa||Super Sports / BeinSport|
|South America||ESPN Latin|
|New Zealand||Sky NZ|
|India & Sub-Continent||Neo SPorts|
|Middle East||beIN Sports|
France National Television channel: France 1, 2 and 3 will live telecast the French Open 2016 tennis championship from all courts which will be distributed among other broadcasters worldwide. Below is the complete list of French Open 2017 TV channels country wise.
NBCSN: NBC is set to take over morning session matches in the USA as ESPN dropped the tv rights in 2016.
Super Sports: SuperSport holds exclusive French Open 2017 rights in South Africa and other African countries.
One of the most popular tennis tournaments, French Open will feature world’s best players on the weekend of 10/11 June. Novak Djokovic and Garbine Muguruza are the defending champions in the singles. The qualifying draw for Roland Garros will take place on May 21.
The reigning champion Novak Djokovic and World No. 1 Andy Murray has not performed well this year while Nadal has played quality tennis which makes him favourite for the French Open 2018. Tennis legend and Australian Open champion Roger Federer will not play the tournament while two-time champion Maria Sharapova will miss Roland Garros 2017 after the French tennis federation denied her a wildcard entry.