WATCH-FREE@ Djokovic vs Alcaraz 2023: Date, Time, TV Schedule, Live Stream TV Broadcast on 9th June 2023
07 mins ago-With the first round of the 2023 French Open set to get underway on May 28, tennis fans around the world will be starting to get excited for all the action during the year's second grand slam event.
Returning champions Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek will be keen to claim another title this time around, though both will come under huge pressure with Carlos Alcaraz, Holger Rune, Aryna Sabalenka, Elena Rybakina and plenty of other talented players all circling.
The men's side of the tournament will be without record 14-time champion Rafael Nadal for the first time since 2004, however, as the veteran Spaniard was forced to pull out through injury.
For all the details you need on how to best watch the 2023 French Open, The Sporting News has you covered.
Tennis fans in the US have a number of different ways to watch the 2023 French Open on TV. That's because this year, NBC, Peacock and the Tennis Channel will split coverage of the tournament.
In terms of live streaming the event, there are also various different options stateside. The following streaming sites will all show coverage of the tournament: Hulu + Live TV, DIRECTV, Fubo, Sling TV, Peacock, YouTube TV and Tennis Channel Plus.
As has been the case for a few years now, the French Open will be broadcast live on Eurosport. All the action across all the rounds will be shown live on either Eurosport 1 or Eurosport 2.
As for streaming, tennis fans in the UK will need to subscribe to discovery+ to catch the action. The correct plan for the tournament — Entertainment & Sport — is available for £6.99 a month or £59.99 per year. You can also add the same package to any Amazon Prime account as an add-on fee.
The 2023 edition of the French Open will be broadcast live and free on 9Gem.
Coverage will start each day at 6:30 pm AEST and run until the early hours of the morning. Commentary for select matches will come from Nine’s Wide World of Sports team, featuring Roz Kelly, Todd Woodbridge, Jelena Dokic, Samantha Stosur, Brenton Speed and Brett Phillips.
For streaming options, Australian tennis supporters can pay to catch all of the action on Stan Sport. Fans down under can also stream the action for free via 9Now, which will show the standard free-to-air broadcast.
In Canada, fans of star player Felix Auger-Aliassime can catch the action TV with both RDS and TSN after the French Federation for Tennis signed an agreement to broadcast the tournament live with those outlets as partners.