French Open Live Streaming

Latest 2018 French Open Live Streaming

The French Open, also known as Roland-Garros, is one of the four Grand Slams tennis tournaments in the world. It is also the only premier level event that is played on clay and below you can get all the information on how to watch the 2018 French Open live streaming & on TV.

Owing to the slow-playing clay surfaces and the seven rounds required to win the tournament, French Open is considered to be one of the most physically demanding tournaments in the world.

Annually played in Paris, the Roland-Garros draws in scores of spectators and world class tennis athletes, who are looking to become better players by competing on a tricky surface.


French Open is preceded by a series of clay tournaments, all meant to build momentum and help players get accustomed to the clay surface.

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Interestingly, majority of these tournaments in the ‘French Open’ series are premier level events, offering a 1000 points to the victor.

These tournaments are Monte-Carlo Masters, Madrid Open and Italian Open, and are in no way any less intense and demanding than the Roland-Garros. These events, along with other 250 and 500 series tournaments, are played across Europe itself.

2018 French Open Live Streaming

You can stream the prominent matches of French Open at bet365.com

Watch 2018 French Open Live on TV

For France, the broadcast rights lie with FranceTV Sports and Eurosport 1 & 2.

Across the Europe and United Kingdom, you can tune in with Eurosport, Europlayer, ITV Sport, NOS, SRG SSR and Setanta Sports.

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In the Americas, you have NBC Sports, Tennis Channel, TSN and ESPN.

For Middle East region, the matches can be enjoyed on beIN Sports, while the fans in Africa can tune in to Supersport.

Coming to Asia, Indian fans can tune in to Star Sports, while fans in Pan-Asia regions can switch to Fox Sports.

In Japan, the broadcasting rights lie wiht WOWOW and TV Tokyo.

For Australian and Fiji & Pacific Islands, the French Open is broadcast on Fox Sports, while the fans in New Zealand can watch the action on Sky NZ.