The French Open tennis tournament plays out over a two week period at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris. To watch this grand slam in it's entirety on TV or to stream online, use this guide.
French Open Tennis Tournament Watching Guide. Includes dates, times and all the cable, internet TV and satellite providers that carry the channels airing the French Open. You can also see all the individual plans with monthly prices.
And for a full breakdown of the TV channels and streaming options continue below.
TV Channels Airing the French Open
NBC, NBCSN, Tennis Channel
NBC will be airing the men's and women's singles and doubles finals. They will also air the men's and women's semifinals on their sister station NBCSN.
The Tennis Channel will show a bulk of the action from the first round through the semifinals; basically if NBCSN is not airing a match it will be shown on the Tennis Channel.
To see the cable providers that carry NBC, NBCSN and the Tennis Channel, that's covered just below.
Cable and Streaming Options for the French Open
Cable TV - Spectrum, Cox, Verizon Fios, Xfinity
Satellite TV - DirecTV, Dish Network
Internet TV packages - AT&T TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, TVision Home, YouTubeTV
All these providers have cable packages that include NBC, NBCSN and the Tennis Channel, so you will be able to watch the French Open in its entirety with any of these providers.
You can see all the cable plans per provider here with monthly pricing to select the plan that works best for you. Or just to check and see if your current plan includes all the above.
NBCSports Live. Stream all matches airing on NBC or NBCSN online or on your mobile device. Includes live feeds as well as highlights and recaps. You will need to login with your cable credentials in order to access.
Watch Tennis Channel. Stream all matches airing on the Tennis Channel. You will need to login with your cable credentials in order to access.
Tennis Channel Plus. All the matches broadcasting on the Tennis Channel can be streamed from any device if you subscribe to the Tennis Channel's Plus service. This is a standalone subscription service that currently runs $109.99/year but comes with a lot of additional features and coverage for extreme tennis fans and provides coverage for many tennis tournaments throughout the year.