How to watch tennis online 2020

Don’t miss another tournament — and catch up with past matches.

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With the number of streaming services out there, you can now watch singles and doubles matches from 63 ATP tournaments. All you need is a healthy Internet connection and a device to support it.

How to watch tennis online: Paid and free options

Option 1: Watching tennis with Tennis TV

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  • Cost: $14.99 a month
  • Setup time: Less than five minutes, no installation required

The most popular way to watch tennis online is with Tennis TV. Access live streaming of the ATP Tour with access to replays, highlights and head-to-head rivalries. Enjoy HD video quality with every stream without committing to a contract.

There isn’t a free trial at the moment, though it’s offered a 48-hour trial for US subscribers in the past. Tennis TV recently ran a 12 for 13 promo this year with discounts on your annual subscription when you purchased it in the month of January. Keep an eye out for other special promos it might volley your way.

Option 2: Watching tennis with Sling TV

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  • Cost: $40 a month
  • Setup time: Less than five minutes, no installation required

Watch on-demand and live tennis on ESPN or the Tennis channel when you add it to your Sling TV subscription. A standard Sling Orange subscription costs $30 per month — add the Sports Extra package for $10, for a total of $40 per month.

Sling TV is compatible with various mobile and streaming devices and includes a seven-day free trial.

Option 3: Watching tennis with YouTube TV

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  • Cost: $49.99 a month
  • Setup time: Less than five minutes, no installation required
YouTube TV is the most expensive option listed at $49.99 per month, but it offers more than 70 channels, including the Tennis Channel, ESPN and Fox.

Every subscription of YouTube TV comes with a 5 free trial. Add up to five other people to your subscription, watch on 3 devices at a time and fill your DVR with as many programs as you want, for as long as you want.

Bottom line

To watch tennis, the best bang for your buck is streaming with Tennis TV — but you won’t get much else. If you’re interested in a streaming option for all sports, plus entertainment, lifestyle and animated TV programs and movies, then YouTube TV and Sling TV have options for you.

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