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[WATCH@!!STREAMS] Roland Garros 2023 Live Free French Open Tennis Broadcast TV on 10 June 2023

French Open 2023 TV channel and live stream: How to watch grand slam tournament. The most important weekend of the French Open 2023 is here, because the tournament is wrapping up and that means it's finals time.

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The Men's Singles final is on Sunday, June 11, while the Women's Singles finishes a day earlier with Świątek and Muchová going head-to-head. There are plenty of other strands going on too with Doubles, Junior and Wheelchair championships, and people are tuning in from around the world to see the matches. The tennis is playing free on 9Now in Australia, and people away from home can use a VPN to watch the French Open from abroad.

The tennis continues until Sunday, June 11, with lots of the best tennis players in the world battling it out on the Paris courts in order to determine who's best. There's been as much action off the court as there has on it, and plenty of upsets as you'd imagine from a major sport event like this.

Paris' Stade Roland Garros plays host to the French Open, the 126th such event, and this is the second Grand Slam of the year after the Australian Open in January.

Defending champion Iga Świątek in the women's bracket will be playing in the French Open, though men's Rafael Nadal champ was forced to pull out prior to the start of the tournament. But there's stars all over the bracket, including Novak Djokovic, Aryna Sabalenka, Caspar Ruud, Jessica Peluga and many more.

If you're a tennis fan, you'll be keen to know how to watch the French Open when it airs. This guide will help you do that, and we've also got coverage on how to watch Wimbledon in July.

What's the French Open schedule?

Friday, June 9: semi-finals and Legends' Trophy

The wheelchair, Women's Doubles, Junior Singles and Doubles and Men's Singles strands all get semi-final games. Legends' Trophy continues.

Saturday, June 10: finals and Legends' Trophy

Wheelchair, Juniors Singles and Doubles and Men's Doubles all get semi-final games, while the Legends' Trophy reaches its penultimate day.

Sunday, June 11: finals and Legends' Trophy

The final day of play with Women's Doubles and Men's Singles finals playing, while the Legends' Trophy gets its final games.

Who's playing in the French Open?

Literally hundreds of tennis players are set to descend upon Paris in order to play, and these include the top 10 for both the men and women's leagues. For men, that's

Novak Djokovic

Carlos Alcaraz

Daniil Medvedev

Casper Ruud

Stevanos Tsitsipas

Andrey Rublev

Holger Rune

Jannik Sinner

Taylor Fritz

Felix Auger-Aliassime

And for women, that's:

Iga Swiatek

Aryna Sabalenka

Jessica Pegula

Caroline Garcia

Coco Gauff

Elena Rybakina

Ons Jabeur

Maria Sakkari

Daria Kasatkina

Petra Kvitova

When does the French Open take place?

The French Open begins on Sunday, May 28, when the first rounds of Men's and Women's Singles begin. Men's doubles start on Tuesday, May 30, and Women's and Mixed Doubles are the day after, May 31.

Quarterfinals for Doubles begin on Tuesday, June 6, with Singles beginning June 7.

The last weekend of the tournament, Saturday and Sunday, June 10 and 11, see the Women's Singles Final and Men's Singles Final, respectively.

Where does the French Open take place?

The French Open is hosted at the Stade Roland Garros, which is in Paris, France (you could have guessed that last part).

The tournament uses clay outdoor courts, and has done for over 100 years.

Who are the top tennis players?

While countless tennis players will play in the French Open, eyes will be on the current top players.

The Men's Singles top player is currently Novak Djokovic, with Carlos Alcaraz second and Casper Ruud third. Defending champion, Rafael Nadal, is seventh.

The Women's Singles is currently led by Iga Świątek, with Aryna Sabalenka second and Jessica Pegula third. Świątek is also the defending champion.

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.

World No.1 Carlos Alcaraz will face former World No.1 Novak Djokovic for a place in the final. If either man goes on to win this tournament, they will cement their place at the top of the ATP Rankings - but it's about more than just points.

Djokovic has fuel left in the tank but is into the autumn of his career. Victory here would see him maintain his air of authority, though a defeat to Alcaraz could signal the start of a new era for the sport.

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