Official ATP Tour streaming from Tennis TV. Enjoy live tennis in 1080 HD, plus over 7,000 full match replays and thousands of hours of highlights on demand.
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Tennis TV uses a variety of different stream types and bitrates delivering up to HD quality. The streams are usually 1080p in HD and at a bitrate of up to 5mbps depending on your device. We stream at 50 frames per second to ensure movement is smooth. We use adaptive streaming technology so the stream may take a short while to adjust to maximum quality.
Tennis TV shows over 2,000 live matches a year across all 63 ATP Tour Masters 1000, 500 and 250 tournaments, plus the Next Gen ATP Finals and Nitto ATP Finals. To find out what is available to watch in your country, please see our tournament calendar here. Enjoy official live streaming, unlimited replays and thousands of hours of matches ...
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Stream tennis on your computer, mobile, tablet or streaming device powered by Tennis TV, the official streaming service of the ATP Tour. Enjoy thousands of matches on demand from the ATP Tour and unlock the classic match archive – plus highlights, features and much more – on the Tennis TV mobile and tablet app.
What is Tennis TV? Tennis TV is the official live video streaming service of the ATP Tour. You need to buy a Tennis TV subscription in order to watch live tennis streaming and enjoy the wealth of replays and other video content. Click on the image below for a taste of what Tennis TV has to offer.
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Per the Tennis Channel website: "650 live professional tennis matches including up to 5 simultaneous live court play for the first 8 days from the French Open as well as 1 court from the Australian Open for the first 8 days as well as live matches from the ATP, WTA, Davis, Fed and Hopman Cups throughout the year.
In 2008, the Tennis Channel sold the Tennis Channel Open event back to the ATP, citing the growth of its core business by rapidly acquiring Grand Slam rights; Since 2009, Tennis In 2015, the Tennis Channel acquired the rights to the Citi Open, ATP World Tour 500 and the WTA Washington DC international tournament on a four-year contract