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Now serving! Welcome to Sky Sports Tennis

Now serving! Welcome to Sky Sports Tennis

Never miss a serve with the new Sky Sports Tennis channel, bringing you the stars of the court in thrilling live action from tournaments around the world

By Virgin TV Edit

It’s exciting. It’s intense. It’s tennis – and it’s one of the best spectator sports there is. There are no complicated rules, no restrictions on how the players can move, no arguing over the nuances of offside. It’s just a court, a ball, and players displaying supreme strength, speed and skill. Perfect.


And we’ve got good news. On Sky Sports, you’ll now find a whole new channel dedicated to tennis – available to all Sky Sports customers at no extra cost. Turn to Sky Sports Tennis on CH 520 (in HD) or CH 537 (in SD) and you’ll find more than 80 tournaments a year, which adds up to over 4,000 all-action matches.


That means extensive coverage of both the men’s ATP Tour and the women’s WTA Tour, taking you to courts around the world to watch the finest players strive for success. It includes the climax of both tours, the ATP Finals and WTA Finals, at the end of the year as the crème de la crème of world tennis face off for huge trophies and seven-figure sums. And it also includes the US Open, one of the most venerated tournaments of them all, live from the storied USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York – truly a venue of legends.


The coverage on Sky Sports Tennis will be led by presenter Gigi Salmon with Jonathan Overend on commentary, while pundits including UK tennis heroes Tim Henman and Laura Robson provide expert analysis and insight. It’s a new year-round home for tennis on TV, delivering thrilling live action from six continents direct to fans. 


You’ll never miss a serve with Sky Sports Tennis – another in the line-up of brilliant Sky Sports channels, which bring you Premier League football, top-class cricket, Formula One racing, pro golf and much, much more. Here’s a taste of what you can expect to see on the new channel.


ATP Tour

Novak Djokovic has ruled the world of men’s tennis over the past few years, winning 11 of the last 16 Grand Slam singles titles. The super Serb’s career has brought him a record-breaking 24 Grand Slam titles and seven ATP Finals titles, along with countless ATP Tour victories. But there are signs his dominance may be challenged by a new generation of top players.


Carlos Alcaraz of Spain is just 20 and already has Wimbledon and US Open victories to his name, while Italy’s Jannik Sinner defeated Djokovic in an epic Australian Open semi-final this year and went on to claim the trophy. Other names expected to contend for big titles include Alexander Zverev and Taylor Fritz, while Cameron Norrie and Jack Draper are among the British hopes.


And don’t forget about Rafael Nadal – the 22-time Grand Slam winner and all-time-great will be back from injury before you know it. Look out for these ATP Tour events coming soon.


ATP: Rotterdam Open

Monday 12 to Sunday 18 February, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


ATP: Delray Beach Open

Monday 12 to Sunday 18 February, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


ATP: Rio Open

Monday 19 to Sunday 25 February, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


ATP: Los Cabos Open

Tuesday 20 to Sunday 25 February, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


ATP: Mexican Open Acapulco

Monday 26 February to Saturday 2 March, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


WTA Tour

World No1 Iga Świątek, Wimbledon champion Marketa Voundroušovà and US Open champion Coco Gauff are just a few of the top women’s players you can see on the WTA Tour. As on the ATP Tour, the coverage includes all the Masters 1000 events – in Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid, Rome, and Cincinnati – at which all the top-ranked players compete, as well as the Tour finals in November.


The top level of women’s tennis is currently ultra-competitive. As well as those mentioned above, Aryna Sabalenka, Elena Rybakina and Barbora Krejčíková have all won Grand Slam singles titles in the past few years, while Caroline Garcia, Garbiñe Muguruza and Elina Svitolina have won the WTA Finals. Former Australian and US Open champ Naomi Osaka, having taken a break from the sport, is slated to return this year and her talent will surely take her back to the top.


And of course, there’s Britain’s Emma Raducanu, who burst onto the scene with her fairytale US Open win in 2021 but has been dogged by injuries ever since. Now working her way back to fitness, she’ll be determined to make a real impact in 2024 – as will Katie Boulter, the current UK No1. Here’s where you can see the stars of the WTA Tour.


WTA: Doha Open

Monday 12 to Saturday 17 February, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


WTA: Dubai Championships

Sunday 18 to Saturday 24 February, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


WTA: San Diego Open

Monday 26 February to Sunday 3 March, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


US Open

One of the highlights of the sporting calendar, the US Open will have full coverage on Sky Sports Tennis in 2024. Novak Djokovic and Coco Gauff are the current singles champions but with the incredible talent at the top of the sport these days, it’ll be tough for them to defend those titles.


The 2023 US Open also produced two British champions: Joe Salisbury won the men's doubles alongside Rajeev Ram of the USA, while Alfie Hewett claimed his fourth US Open wheelchair title to go with the Australian Open he won earlier in the year – he’s reached the last seven finals of Grand Slam events. So there’s a good chance of seeing British success at the highest level – and remember, Emma Raducanu has form in New York too…


US Open

Monday 26 August to Sunday 8 September, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)


How can I watch Sky Sports Tennis?

Sky Sports Tennis is available to all customers with Sky Sports HD and Sky Sports SD bundles at no extra cost, and can be found on CH 520 (in HD) and CH 537 (in SD).


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