It’s the 3rd Round of the year’s second tennis Grand Slam, and this weekend sees a host of the sport’s biggest names looking to advance into the French Open’s second week. Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Novac Djokovic and Serena Williams are all in action, looking to join the likes of Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova and local favorite Gael Monfils in the 4th Round.
Here’s some of Saturday’s choice matches (all times shown in CET / Eastern):
A. Murray vs. N. Kyrgios (11am / 5am)
N. Djokovic vs. T. Kokkinakis (1pm / 7am)
R. Nadal vs. A. Kuznetsov (2:30pm / 8:30am)
S. Williams vs. V. Azarenka (11am / 5am)
T. Pironkova vs. S. Stephens (11am / 5am)
Across the weekend, The Tennis Channel has live coverage in the US from 5am Eastern through to 12pm, whereafter NBC picks up the coverage until 3pm Eastern.
In the UK, the tennis is free to watch live on ITV4 from 9:30am until 9pm BST.
In the UK and across Europe, cable or satellite subscribers can catch live coverage via Eurosport, whose coverage starts at 10:30am CET. Click here for further details.
For those who won’t be in front of a TV this weekend, here’s how to watch online and on mobile:
Watch 2015 French Open Tennis Online
For U.S. viewers, if you have access to a cable or satellite subscription — either yours or someone else’s — you can watch the tennis online for free via NBC Sports Live Extra. You’ll need a cable or satellite log-in and password to access the stream. The site’s frequently asked questions page has a rundown of technical requirements and other information.
You can also catch the French Open in the US via The Tennis Channel Everywhere online service. You’ll need a Tennis Channel subscription to watch.
In the U.K., viewers can catch live coverage online for free via the ITV Player. No subscription is required, you lucky, lucky people.
Across Europe, viewers with a Eurosport Player subscription will be able to watch via the Eurosport Player website.
Watch 2015 French Open Tennis on Mobile
Mobile users can watch live coverage via the NBC Sports Live Extra App, which you can download in the App Store or the Google Play Store. As is the case with the desktop livestream, you’ll need a cable provider log-in to watch.