This page was last updated before the coronavirus pandemic and therefore includes details of tournaments that have since been cancelled or postponed.
TV rights and schedules
Rights as of the end of 2020.
Broadcasters’ schedules can be found at the following links:
Amazon Prime Video
Holds rights to 37 ATP Tour including all Masters 1000 and 500 level events (to 2023), 49 WTA Tour - almost all - (to 2023) events, and the US Open (to 2022).
7-day Live Guide including radio and text commentaries
Holds rights to Wimbledon (to 2027), ATP Queens (to 2024), WTA matches at Eastbourne (to 2024), Nottingham and Eastbourne (in 2021). Highlights of the Australian Open.
Tennis schedule on Discovery+
Holds rights to Australian Open and preceding ATP events (to 2031), French Open (to 2026), a small number of ATP 250 and WTA International tour events on a year-by-year basis, the Laver Cup (to 2030) and Davis Cup (to 2021).
From July 2021, BT Sport broadcasts selected ATP 250 events that aren't shown on Amazon Prime Video.
WTA TV is no longer available in the UK.Sky Sports and BT Sport no longer hold rights to any tennis tournaments.
The BBC has radio commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra from the four grand slams and selected tour events usually involving British players.
In the Wimbledon area you can listen to Wimbledon Radio on 87.7 FM. Dedicated commentary for Centre Court is on 96.3 FM and No. 1 Court on 97.8 FM.
Live Sports FM broadcasts live commentary from the Manchester and Ilkley Trophy tournaments.
RadioTennis.com has online commentary from selected tournaments around the world.
There are numerous podcasts around the world dedicated to tennis. Here’s my pick:
The Passing Shot is the must-listen tennis podcast for all fans looking for a fresh slice on the world’s favourite racket sport.
Presented by David Law and Catherine Whitaker, The Tennis Podcast is a downloadable tennis radio show featuring weekly chat, big-name guests, interviews and daily editions at the Grand Slam tournaments.
The latest news and highlights from the ATP World Tour.
Tennis fans – look no further! James Gray and George Bellshaw talk through the biggest issues in tennis.
Bringing you behind the scenes of Challenger Tennis.