These days, the tennis world is looking at France, where the French Open is currently being held. Yesterday Zverev prevailed against the Spaniard Alcaraz and will now meet Rafael Nadal on Friday. 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.
After reaching the semi-finals of the French Open, it is clear that Alexander Zverev will definitely be number two in the tennis world in two weeks. The Olympic champion has never been so good in his career. Should Zverev even win the classic clay court in the French capital, he would also take first place in the ranking – as the first German since Boris Becker in 1991.
With his elimination in the Paris quarter-finals against Rafael Nadal early Wednesday morning, Novak Djokovic will definitely lose his top spot by June 13 at the latest when his 2000 points for last year’s French Open title will be axed. If Zverev does not win his first Grand Slam title at Stade Roland Garros, Daniil Medvedev would take first place on June 13th. The Russian, who was knocked out in the round of 16 in Paris, topped the rankings for three weeks in February and March.
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