French Open 2021: How can I watch tennis for FREE on TV in the UK today?

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 (REUTERS)
(REUTERS)

The French Open is underway, with Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer all in the same half of the men’s draw.

With Nadal having dropped behind Daniil Medvedev to third in the rankings, it raised the possibility of a lopsided draw, and so it has proved.

There can be no repeat of last year's final, when Nadal defeated Djokovic to win a 20th grand slam title, with the pair seeded to meet in the last four.

In the women's draw, defending champion Iga Swiatek opened against Slovenia's Kaja Juvan and is in the same half as top seed Ashleigh Barty, who returns to Roland Garros for the first time since winning the title in 2019 and faces American Bernarda Pera first up.

Seventh seed Serena Williams is in the opposite half and meets Irina-Camelia Begu while second seed Naomi Osaka has withdrawn due to concerns over his own mental health.

 (REUTERS)
(REUTERS)

When is the 2021 French Open?

The 2021 French Open runs from 30 May to 13 June at Roland Garros in Paris.

How can I watch French Open 2021?

TV channel: The 2021 French Open will be shown on ITV 4 and Eurosport.

ITV4 is channel 25 on Freeview, channel 120 on Sky, channel 118 on Virgin and channel 117 on Freesat. Eurosport 1 HD is channel 410 on Sky, 435 on BT and 521 on Virgin Media.

Live stream: The tournament will be available online via eurosport.co.uk and the Eurosport app, with a monthly pass £6.99. It is also available via TVPlayer Plus as one of over 40 channels from £6.99 a month.

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