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How to watch Roland-Garros 2022, 1st round Day 2: live stream, TV channel, start time

French Open live stream: How to watch Roland Garros 2022 online and on TV

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The French Open is broadcast live on NBC Sports, Peacock Premium and Tennis Channel through the championship points at Roland Garros in Paris.

NBC and Peacock air live coverage on Memorial Day weekend, then the women’s and men’s singles semifinals and finals next week.

Rafael Nadal, a record 13-time French Open champion, did not come in as the clear men’s favorite after failing to win a preparatory clay-court tournament for the first time since 2015, not counting the year 2020 shortened by the pandemic. The 35-year-old also faced persistent foot pain.

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Instead, defending champion Novak Djokovic started as the slight favorite to 19-year-old compatriot Carlos Alcaraz, according to PointsBet Sportsbook. Djokovic is aiming for a 21st Grand Slam singles title to tie Nadal for the men’s record.

Alcaraz, who was the same age as Nadal when Nadal won his first French Open, has won his last two tournaments, including beating Nadal and Djokovic on May 6-7.

Poland’s top-ranked Iga Swiatek is the big favorite for the women, starting a 28-match winning streak, the longest on the WTA Tour since 2013. Swiatek broke through to win the 2020 French Open, then last month is climbed to the top of the rankings for the first time after the retirement of Australian Ash Barty.

The 2022 French Open starts today and, for once, 13-time champion Rafael Nadal is not the favourite. Hard to believe, right? Instead, reigning French Open champion Novak Djokovic is tipped for his 21st Grand Slam title. Round one begins on day one with Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev, Coco Gauff and Ons Jabeur all in action. Australians can watch every match for free on 9Gem, so make sure you know how to watch the Roland Garros 2022 free live stream wherever you are.

Spaniard’s 13-time French Open men’s champion Rafael Nadal begins his campaign against unranked Australian Jordan Thompson on main court Philippe Chatrier before reigning men’s singles champion Novak Djokovic takes on Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka in the first round.

Also on the main court is WTA world No. 1 Iga Swiatek who is in great form and will be looking to reclaim the French Open crown she first won in 2020. Defending women’s champion Barbora Krejcikova and – seeded number two – follows this opener and kicks off her campaign against unseeded France Diane Parry.

The French Open is back with the second Grand Slam of the season.

The men’s singles is wide open with Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Spanish sensation Carlos Alcaraz all in a tight rush, although Stefanos Tsitsipas benefited from a draw to boost their chances.

In women’s singles, look no further than Iga Swiatek, who is in fine form and looks set to add a second French Open title after triumphing in 2020.

Simona Halep and Maria Sakkari are expected to provide the strongest competition for the Polish star.

How to watch

You can catch the live action from Roland Garros on Eurosport 1 – Sky Channel 410, BT 435, Virgin 521. Coverage starts at 10.30am, with Eurosport 2 (Sky 411, BT 436, Virgin 522) from 11am.

You can stream the action live on Discovery+, a subscription costs £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year on Sky, Amazon Prime Video Channels, Roku and Vodafone. With the app available on the following devices: LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV and Amazon Fire TV.

The Stade Roland-Garros in Paris will host an intriguing 2022 French Open, with 64 seeds in the men’s and women’s draws, as well as wildcards and direct entrants.

If Rafael Nadal’s foot injury doesn’t hamper him, he could face world number one Novak Djokovic in the quarter-finals. Elsewhere, there’s a lot of buzz around young gunman Carlos Alcaraz; could the 19-year-old win a Grand Slam title in only his second French Open appearance? Briton Cameron Norrie, currently ranked 11th, also hopes to reach the final stages of the tournament.

Iga Swiatek, who recently won the Italian Open title and became world No. 1, is the big favorite for the women’s title. The 20-year-old is currently on a 28-game winning streak. Defending champion Barbora Krejcikova is ready to defend her title but Britain’s Emma Raducanu does not look in top form for her very first appearance at Roland-Garros.

How to watch

You can catch the live action from Roland Garros on Eurosport 1 – Sky Channel 410, BT 435, Virgin 521. Coverage starts at 10.30am, with Eurosport 2 (Sky 411, BT 436, Virgin 522) from 11am.

You can stream the action live on Discovery+, a subscription costs £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year on Sky, Amazon Prime Video Channels, Roku and Vodafone. With the app available on the following devices: LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV and Amazon Fire TV.

The first round of Roland-Garros begins today. Read on to find out how to watch a free Roland-Garros 2022 live stream wherever you are.

French Open 2022 live free

Channel 9 is broadcasting the French Open 2022 live and free in Australia, which means 9Gem will provide a free live stream.

Outside Australia this month? Australians can use a VPN to access 9Gem’s free live stream while abroad. We recommend ExpressVPN because it comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee.

Follow the full details below on how to use a VPN for the French Open 2022.

UK: French Open 2022 Live Stream

ITV no longer has the rights to Roland-Garros. Instead, coverage will be exclusive to Eurosport on Discovery+ until 2026. Subscription costs £5.99 per month or £59.99 per year.

Don’t forget: lucky Australians can watch the French Open live and for free on 9Gem. As always, use a VPN to access 9Gem abroad.

United States: French Open 2022 Live Stream

In the United States, the French Open is again shared between NBC Sports, Peacock Premium and Tennis Channel (schedule below).

Peacock will stream all the best bits, including the women’s and men’s singles finals on June 4 and 5. The subscription costs from $4.99 per month.

Want to see every round? Sling TV ($35/month) with the Sports add-on ($11/month) gives you streaming access to NBC Sports and the Tennis Channel. New Sling users get 50% off their first month.

Don’t forget: lucky Australians can watch every game live and for free on 9Gem. As always, Australians will need to use a VPN to access 9Gem when abroad.

Oh. Bagnis’ right leg collapses under him as he tries to serve and he slips on the clay. There is silence around the crowd but he gets up and continues, holding his serve to force at least one more game in the second set.

Too good. What a great recovery from Daniil Medvedev to defend from love-40 to hold serve. His last two points came from soft shots that strained Bagnis’ questionable calf.

It really is a resurgence. Bagnis gets three break points but Medvedev wins the following points. The Argentinian plays the next rally with the intention of keeping the ball in play but the Russian finds the corner of the baseline and Bagnis catches one offside.

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