tennis

  • Astra 19.2°E - FTA free-to-air live tennis on satellite TV

    Live tennis on satellite TV today 

    Astra 19.2°E satellite position is a great free-to-air sat TV source for tennis fans.

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  • Astra 28.2°E - Australian Open 2016 exclusively on Eurosport in UK

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    Tennis satellite TV schedule

    Eurosport will broadcast the 2016 Australian Open exclusively live in the UK as Andy Murray targets a first title at Melbourne Park losing last two finals agaist Novak Djokovic.

    Eurosport has held the UK’s Australian Open rights for several years and has previously sublicensed the semi-finals and finals to the BBC. The BBC will retain highlights, but the latest development means the end of its live coverage of grand slam tennis other than Wimbledon.

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  • Davis Cup Semifinals 2015 Live on Satellite TV Worldwide

    Tennis live on satellite TV today

    The Davis Cup is the premier international team event in men's tennis. It is run by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and is contested annually between teams from competing countries in a knock-out format.

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  • Is Wimbledon on FREE TV in Germany?

     

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    Wimbledon 2016 satellite TV schedule

    Wimbledon fans in Germany will have to wait on FTA (free-to-air) television pictures from the All England Lawn Tennis Club.

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  • Where to watch the US Open live?

    Where to watch the US Open live in 2018? 

    Every year, the US Open tennis tournament closes the Grand Slam season, in 2018 from 27th August to 9th September. Bookmakers have already installed Novak Djokovic as the favourite to win the US Open, which starts in only six weeks’ time, just ahead of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Defending champion Stan Wawrinka will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.

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  • Where to watch Wimbledon 2019 on free TV

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    Where to watch Wimbledon 2019 on free TV

    • This year’s Wimbledon will take place from 1 July to 14 July
    • It’s the most prestigious tennis tournament of the year
    • Title favourites are Novak Djokovic (men’s) and Serena Williams (women’s)
    • Broadcasters: BBC (UK), Sky (Germany)

    The best tennis players in the world are back on the Centre Court: it’s Wimbledon Time! The 133rd edition of the most prestigious tennis tournament will start on 1 July and finishes on Sunday 14 July. As usual, Sporteventz provides you with all the information you need to know before the spectacle starts.

     

    Who are the favourites for this year’s Wimbledon Championships?

    When Wimbledon calls, the tennis world elite is on hand. But which players have the best chances of winning the title? In the the Men’s Tournament last year’s winner Novak Djokovic is the biggest favourite in the starting field. The leader of the world ranking already won the Australian Open this year and is in a good form for the year’s highlight. Other big contenders are the all-time record Wimbledon winner Roger Federer and this year’s French Open winner Rafael Nadal. The biggest favourites in the Women’s Tournament are seven times Wimbledon winner Serena Williams and the Australian Open finalists Naomi Osaka and Petra Kvitova. Last year’s winner Angelique Kerber has an outside chance. The winners will be determined on 13 July (women’s final) and 14 July (men’s final).

     

    Will Wimbledon be shown on free TV?

    In the UK, Wimbledon can be watched on free TV on BBC. The broadcaster airs live matches and provides match analyses and highlights. German tennis fans need a Sky subscription to watch the tournament. The only match that could be shown on free TV is a possible final with a German contender like last year’s women’s final starring Angelique Kerber, that was broadcasted by ZDF. For more information check out sporteventz.com and the SportEventz app (available for iOS and Android)!

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  • Wimbledon could go on Pay-TV

    Tennis live on satellite TV today

    The BBC television starts talks that could eventually lead to wimbledon being shown on Pay-TV. Amid fears of cuts to it’s license in the next round of negotiations in 2016, BBC starts to build alliances with the commercial sector to share Wimbledon broadcasting rights.

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