Tennis Channel Brings You the Best of the French Open with Multiple Ways to Watch

Tennis Channel brings you the best of the French Open with multiple ways to watch!  Tune-in to Tennis Channel (check your tv provider) and download the Tennis Channel Everywhere mobile app (iTunes or Google Play).

Starting with Opening Day Sunday, May 25, through the men’s semifinal round Friday, June 6, the network will offer 12 days of live coverage at the 2014 French Open, followed by same-day encore matches during championship weekend.  In all, Tennis Channel will dedicate more than 250 round-the-clock hours to this year’s Roland Garros – 70 to live or first-run matches, almost 60 to encore replays and 120 to three-hour nightly show French Open Tonight (37-and-a-half first-run), hosted by Bill Macatee. Hall of Famer and French Open Champion Jim Courier and legendary coach Paul Annacone have joined the award-winning Tennis Channel announcer team this year,  which also includes Martina Navratilova, Lindsay Davenport, Mary Carillo, Ted Robinson, and Justin Gimelstob.

Also make sure you tune in or visit Tennis Channel’s Web site during the French Open for information about their new Tennis Channel Plus digital-subscription service for the Ultimate Tennis Fan!  Anyone can sign up for Tennis Channel Plus and watch great live content unavailable anywhere else – including special French Open multi-court access.  Through the TIA, Tennis Channel is offering you and your customers a 20% discount on the new service from May 24 - June 8 (Promo Code TIA20).  Tennis Channel Plus subscription details, along with French Open broadcast schedules can be found on