How to watch the 2019 French Open on television
It’s building up to be the most exciting French Open in years with the most open draws seen in both the men’s and ladies singles. But how can you keep a close eye on the action? Here, tennishead highlights the best ways to watch Roland Garros 2019 from the comfort of your own home
Not everyone can afford to take 2 weeks off work and travel to the beautiful but expensive city of Paris and then pay for tickets to see the 2019 French Open. Which means the next best option is to make sure you can watch it from home or work via your TV or computer or Smart phone. So we’ve compiled a complete list of all the ways anyone living anywhere in the world can watch live tennis from Roland Garros.
Roland Garros themselves will be broadcasting some footage through their own YouTube channel but this will just be highlights & clips and not live action.
To watch live tennis you will need to have access to a TV station in your own country which can be found here:
Europe – all territories
Europe – local broadcasters
North Africa & the Middle East
South East Asia
Thailand (Highlights only)
To follow the action at the French Open check out our guide to the tournament or keep visiting our news section for daily updates on all the action at the 2019 French Open. If you want to watch the French Open on TV then follow our advice here