Wimbledon 2022

French Open 2022 Live Stream – Watch Online

The clay-court tennis session will move to Paris as the French Open is scheduled to kickstart from 24th May. Having derailed by the Covid 19 pandemic the French Open which is also fondly called Rolland-Garros had to be delayed by a week.

The qualifiers will start a week before the main event which starts on 30th May. The event will see the return of Roger Federer on the big stage who hasn’t been much involved in the last year or so.

King of clay Rafael Nadal has been on blistering form having conquered the Italian Open after getting the better of Novak Djokovic. The  Spaniard has been on a mission having not let the trophy out of his grasp since 2019 and the onus will be on him once again to repeat his remarkable feat.

Also, a host of players including the likes of Djokovic, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Dominic Thiem, and many others will be participating in this grand slam.

French Open Match Schedule

All the qualifiers are poised to start from 24th May. The main round will start from 30th May and the final is slated to be played on 13th June. As per the schedule, the Women’s final will be held the day before.

Players In French Open 2022

As many as eight players have been granted wild cards although the authority is yet to disclose all the names. In a major shock former champion, Stanislas Wawrinka has decided to pull out of the open. The 36-year-old was supposed to be one of the big guns challenging of the title but it seems he hasn’t recovered fully after undergoing an operation on his left foot.

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Men’s players

Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, Matteo Berrettini, Gaël Monfils, Denis Shapovalov are among the few participants.

Women’s Players

Simona Halep, Karolína Plíšková, Elina Svitolina, Sofia Kenin, Kiki Bertens, Serena Williams, Petra Kvitová, Aryna Sabalenka, Johanna Konta, Victoria Azarenka, Garbiñe Muguruza are among the few participants.

How To Get Tickets For French Open 2022

The French Open has received the green signal as fans will be permitted inside the stadium but the limit is 1000 per court. The numbers will be increased once the quarter-final resumes but it will also be capped at 5000 keeping in view of the pandemic protocols. One can book tickets from the official site of the French Open. Tickets will be sold on a first come first basis.

How to stream French Open 2022 live

With only a limited number of fans allowed inside the stadium, all the eyes will be glued to the television sets. A number of live streaming sites are available in each country and fans can watch their favorite tennis players competing with each other on these sites.

How to stream French Open 2021 live

How to stream French Open 2022 live in the UK

Amazon Prime Video is the official broadcaster for the French Open and willing people can watch the event live here. One can subscribe to Prime and can avail of the free 30 day period to enjoy the live coverage of the tournament.

How to stream French Open 2022 live in the USA

Tennis lovers of the USA can catch all the matches live on the Peacock network and Tennis Channel. Also, a number of streaming platforms will be hosting the event live. NBC, Sling TV, Youtube TV, and Fubo will be broadcasting the matches live from Paris.

How to stream French Open 2022 live in Australia

Fox Sports will be showing all the matches of this edition. One can also watch all the matches on the Fox Sports online streaming site.

How to stream French Open 2022 live in Canada

RDS and TSN are responsible for showing all the matches live in Canada.

How to stream French Open 2022 in other various countries

In India Star Sports has the official rights to broadcast the French Open live. In China CMG(China Media Group) will bring all the live action from Paris. Eurosport is the only channel that will telecast all the matches live on Russian soil. In France, one can watch the match live on television or they can tune in to France TV to enjoy all the matches live on their screen.