Tennis Channel changing ATP coverage

Since 2003, Tennis Channel has brought you the best of the ATP World Tour live action throughout the year from all of the biggest events in men’s tennis.

There’s more, though: for the first time in the partnership, Tennis Channel will have live, over-the-top (OTT) streaming rights to Masters 1000 and ATP World Tour 500 events on Tennis Channel Plus.

The combination of Tennis Channel and Tennis Channel Plus will now have live coverage from the first round through to the final at 19 of the biggest tournaments on the ATP World Tour calendar: seven Masters 1000s tournaments (Monte Carlo, Madrid, Rome, Canada, Cincinnati, Shanghai and Paris) and all 12 of the ATP World Tour 500 tournaments (Rotterdam, Rio de Janeiro, Dubai, Acapulco, Barcelona, Halle, Queen’s Club, Hamburg, Beijing, Tokyo, Basel and Vienna).

This essentially doubles the number of tournaments available to Tennis Channel Plus subscribers, and you can watch it all, regardless of whether or not you have a Tennis Channel TV subscription.

“Tennis Channel has been an important media partner to the ATP World Tour for many years now, and we’re delighted to enter this new and expanded agreement, which will give tennis fans in the US the opportunity to watch more ATP World Tour tennis on Tennis Channel’s linear and digital broadcasts than ever before,” said Chris Kermode, Chairman and President of the ATP World Tour.