TENNIS: French Open 2013 – Men’s & Women’s Finals live on ITV & Eurosport

May 20, 2013

Roland Garros provides the grand stage for the greatest test of clay court tennis and second Grand Slam tournament of 2013 – the French Open.

Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova return to defend the singles crowns they won last year, while a host of big names will doing their best to claim clay-court tennis’ ultimate prize on the famous, dusty red courts of Paris.

Follow every serve, shot and slide on the famous clay courts of Roland Garros with live free-to-air coverage on ITV and ITV4, plus extensive daily output on British Eurosport.

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TENNIS: ATP World Tour Finals 2012 – Live on Sky Sports & BBC TV

October 29, 2012

A thrilling year of tennis reaches its final set with the ATP World Tour Finals in London.

It’s the fourth staging of the traditional season-finale to the men’s tour at the O2 Arena, where the top-eight singles players and doubles pairings go head-to-head for the chance to claim most prestigious title in the sport outside of the grand slams.

Live coverage of the eight-day tournament begins on Sky Sports and BBC Sport on Monday, November 5.

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TENNIS: US Open 2012 – Live on Sky Sports

August 22, 2012

Flushing Meadows plays host once again to the final tennis grand slam of the year as the world’s greatest players gather in New York for the 2012 US Open.

A record prize purse of $25.5m will be up for grabs as Novak Djokovic and Sam Stosur begin the defence of their singles crowns.

Sky Sports is showing matches from every round of both the men’s and women’s competitions exclusively live throughout the tournament, with selected live matches also available on British Eurosport.

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TENNIS: French Open 2012 – Live on ITV1 and ITV4

May 21, 2012

ITV Sport will be bringing viewers exclusive terrestrial coverage of the French Open, the most prestigious clay court event in the world and the second Grand Slam of the tennis season, starting on May 27.

It is the first time that ITV has screened a Grand Slam tournament, and the broadcaster will screen more than 150 hours of live coverage on ITV1 and ITV4.

John Inverdale will lead the network’s extensive coverage, and will be joined by a wealth of on-screen talent to bring the tournament to life over the course of the 15-day event.

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