Since May 22nd, tennis fans have been offered many exciting games again, because the French Open is in full swing. We tell you here how you can easily follow all the games in the live stream.
The French tennis spectacle, the French Open 2022, is in full swing. The tickets are already sold out. The venue is the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, as it has been since 1928. The qualification started on May 16, 2022. This year, 128 athletes will compete against each other. But who will get the title?
The French Open will be streamed live by two providers this year. Eurosport has all the games in its program and can also be accessed via Joyn. And tennis fans with a DAZN subscription can also be happy: this year, the streaming provider is broadcasting all the games of the French Open 2022 in cooperation with Eurosport.
Stream all games LIVE
Stream all games LIVE
You will find out more here as soon as it is certain.
If you don’t want to miss the top games of the French Open 2022, you should have switched on the Eurosport 1 channel (here in the free live stream) from 10.30 a.m. Here you can follow the most important tennis games from May 22nd. The quarter-finals then start at 1 p.m., the semi-finals at 3 p.m. Otherwise, you can also see the games on the pay TV channels Eurosport 2 and Eurosport360. Due to the floodlights, matches can also be seen again from 9 p.m.
Alexander Zverev faces Sebastian Baez in the second round of the French Open. The Argentine won his opening match in Paris on Monday against Serbian Dusan Lajovic 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3. Zverev last had about two weeks ago at the tournament in Rome against the world number 38. played. There the German number one prevailed in the second round after initial difficulties with 7:6 (8:6), 6:3. In Paris, Zverev started the tournament on Sunday with an easy three-set win against Austrian Sebastian Ofner.
Angelique Kerber had time to relax on Sunday. After her surprising tournament victory in Strasbourg in the tiebreak thriller against the Slovenian Kaja Juvan, Germany’s still best tennis player had to recharge her batteries for the French Open. In the Stade Roland Garros, Kerber was eliminated three times in a row in the first round. Now, with the boost from Strasbourg, there should finally be another victory in the French capital.
“I want to play just as well in Paris as I did in Strasbourg! said Kerber. This Monday she will meet Magdalena Frech from Poland in the first round. The fact that her game is only scheduled for the third match after 11 a.m. should suit the Kiel native. This gives you a few more hours to regenerate.
Andrea Petkovic, on the other hand, is challenged right at the beginning of the second day of the French Open. From 11:00 a.m. the Darmstadt player will face the French Oceane Dodin. Petkovic has had a rather mixed season so far. The Fed Cup player has won eight and lost six of 14 games. Most recently, she had once again been thrown back by an injury. But against Dodin Petkovic is quite capable of progressing.
In addition to the two German women, a number of top stars will also be taking part on Monday. Novak Djokovic is contesting the first night session this year. The Serbian world number one meets the Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka from 9 p.m. Rafael Nadal also has his first appearance. The 13-time Paris champion plays against Jordan Thompson from Australia.
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