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Live on Sky Sports this month

Live on Sky Sports this month

  

Start your engines! This month has three F1 races including the British Grand Prix, while in cricket the Men’s T20 World Cup continues and there are two major golf tournaments – plus much more

By Chris Miller, Feature Writer

Summer brings many things: swallows, barbecues, sunny weather (perhaps) and the key leg of the Formula One Championship – there are three in the coming month, including the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. With Ferrari and McLaren offering a serious challenge to Red Bull’s supremacy, this season is proving unpredictable, and 24-year-old British driver Lando Norris will be aiming to build on his first win in Miami with a home victory. It’s shaping up to be a classic, live on Sky Sports.

 

On the other side of the Atlantic, there are majors in both men’s and women’s golf while the IndyCar season continues, and there’s more action from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup (weather permitting). The England women’s cricket team are in action at home and there’s action from the T20 Blast, while the Super League, NRL and Super Rugby provide plenty of rugby league and union action for fans.

 

With all that plus international pool, the tennis grass-court season and the World Cup of Darts, it’s another huge month of sport on Sky Sports. Don’t miss a moment.

 

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Here’s all the action you can enjoy live on Sky Sports in the coming month…

Motorsport: Formula One

Anyone who was expecting another Max Verstappen procession to the F1 drivers’ championship this year has been shaken out of their torpor by wins for Carlos Sainz Jr (Australia), Lando Norris (Miami) and Charles Leclerc (Monaco) – and only in the first of those did Verstappen fail to finish. He’s still top of the standings but he’s not running away with it, and he’s going to have to work seriously hard if he’s going to win his fourth title.

 

The start of July brings the Formula One season to the UK, as the British Grand Prix takes place for the 79th time (and the 57th at Silverstone), with extensive coverage on Sky Sports. Norris will be eager to build on his Miami victory on home turf but don’t rule out fellow Englishman Lewis Hamilton, who recorded the fastest lap in Monaco and has an incredible record at Silverstone. Before then, the season stops off at Barcelona and Spielberg.

 

Spanish Grand Prix: Practice 1

Friday 21 June, 12pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Spanish Grand Prix: Practice 2

Friday 21 June, 3.45pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Spanish Grand Prix: Practice 3

Saturday 22 June, 11.15am, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Spanish Grand Prix: Qualifying

Saturday 22 June, 2.30pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Spanish Grand Prix: Race

Sunday 23 June, 1pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Austrian Grand Prix: Practice 1

Friday 28 June, 11am, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Austrian Grand Prix: Sprint Shoot-out

Friday 28 June, 3pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Austrian Grand Prix: Sprint

Saturday 29 June, 10am, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Austrian Grand Prix: Qualifying

Saturday 29 June, 2.30pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Austrian Grand Prix: Race

Sunday 30 June, 1pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

British Grand Prix: Practice 1

Friday 5 July, 11.30am, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

British Grand Prix: Practice 2

Friday 5 July, 3.30pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

British Grand Prix: Practice 3

Saturday 6 July, 11am, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

British Grand Prix: Qualifying

Saturday 6 July, 2pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

British Grand Prix: Race

Sunday 7 July, 2pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Motorsport: IndyCar

Josef Newgarden became the first driver to win back-to-back Indianapolis 500 races for more than 20 years – but he can’t match the consistency of Scott Dixon. The New Zealander’s four top-four finishes have taken him to the top of the drivers’ standings ahead of 2023 champ Álex Palou. Both have two race wins and look likely to do battle for the 2024 title ahead of races in California and Ohio.

 

Grand Prix of Monterey: Practice

Friday 21 June, 11pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Grand Prix of Monterey: Practice 2

Saturday 22 June, 6.45pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Grand Prix of Monterey: Qualifying

Saturday 22 June, 8.05pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Grand Prix of Monterey: Race

Sunday 23 June, 11pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

Friday 5 to Sunday 7 July, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

 

Cricket: ICC Men’s T20 World Cup


Rain intervened in the Group A match between England and Scotland, giving both an unsatisfactory point, with tricky matches to come. But while Scotland saw off Namibia and Oman in convincing style, England suffered a 36-run defeat by Australia that left them staring at the prospect of first-stage elimination. Jos Buttler and his team will have to assume that the Aussies will beat Scotland and will need to score heavily against their other opponents to get their net run rate up. Plus they’ll be hoping the weather isn’t a factor again.

 

Elsewhere, the early stages have seen impressive results from South Africa, Afghanistan and co-hosts the West Indies. Among the associate nations, Namibia beat Oman while the Netherlands comfortably saw off Nepal – but surely no game was more dramatic than the USA’s victory over Pakistan, after a super over. As the most expansive ICC World Cup yet, the 2024 edition is also the least predictable, and there are bound to be plenty more twists and turns to come before the final on 29 June – especially if the weather continues to play a part.

 

Group D: Sri Lanka v Nepal

Wednesday 12 June, 12am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Group B: Australia v Namibia

Wednesday 12 June, 1am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group A: USA v India

Wednesday 12 June, 3pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group C: West Indies v New Zealand

Thursday 13 June, 1am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group D: Bangladesh v Netherlands

Thursday 13 June, 3pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group B: England v Oman

Thursday 13 June, 7.30pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group C: Afghanistan v Papua New Guinea

Friday 14 June, 1am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group A: USA v Ireland

Friday 14 June, 3pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group D: South Africa v Nepal

Saturday 15 June, 12am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group C: New Zealand v Uganda

Saturday 15 June, 1am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Group A: India v Canada

Saturday 15 June, 3pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504) + Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

Group B: Namibia v England

Saturday 15 June, 5.30pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group B: Australia v Scotland

Sunday 16 June, 1am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group A: Pakistan v Ireland

Sunday 16 June, 3pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group D: Bangladesh v Nepal

Monday 17 June, 12am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group D: Sri Lanka v Netherlands

Monday 17 June, 1.30am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Group C: New Zealand v Papua New Guinea

Monday 17 June, 3pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Group C: West Indies v Afghanistan

Tuesday 18 June, 1am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Super 8 Stage

Wednesday 19 to Monday 24 June, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Semi-finals

Wednesday 26 + Thursday 27 June, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Final

Saturday 29 June, 2pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Cricket: Women’s Internationals


England had a successful start to their summer with a 3-0 win over Pakistan in their T20 series followed by a 2-0 ODI series win: Nat Sciver-Brunt starred with a century at Chelmsford, while Sophie Ecclestone became the fastest bowler to take 100 wickets in ODIs. New Zealand will be a different prospect. Ranked fourth in the world in both forms of white-ball cricket, they’re led by experienced all-rounder Sophie Devine and also feature Amelia Carr, one of the world’s best young players, who’s similarly dangerous with bat and ball.

 

England will be confident at home, though, and all the players will be aiming for top form as they strive to secure their place in the T20 World Cup squad. The ODI series starts in Durham, with the final match of the T20 series at Lord’s, and every ball of every game is live on Sky Sports.

 

England v New Zealand: 1st ODI

Wednesday 26 June, 12pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

England v New Zealand: 2nd ODI

Saturday 29 June, 10am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

England v New Zealand: 3rd ODI

Wednesday 3 July, 12pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

England v New Zealand: 1st T20

Saturday 6 July, 2pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

England v New Zealand: 2nd T20

Tuesday 9 July, 6pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

England v New Zealand: 3rd T20

Thursday 11 July, 6pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

England v New Zealand: 4th T20

Saturday 13 July, 6pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

England v New Zealand: 5th T20

Wednesday 17 July, 5.30pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Cricket: T20 Blast

The T20 Blast has been dominated by teams from the South Group in recent years: Somerset, Kent and Hampshire were the last three champions, while Lancashire are the only northern team to even reach the final since 2020. In the early exchanges this season it’s another southern team, Surrey, who have looked the strongest with victories over Hampshire, Glamorgan and Somerset, with batter Jamie Smith in great form and Tom Curran starring with the ball. There’s a long way to go before the final on 14 September, though.

 

You can see plenty of sixes being smashed, as well as some ultra-smart bowling, live on Sky Sports this month – including Surrey v Middlesex, the match-up that set scoring records last season.

 

North Group: Birmingham Bears v Yorkshire Vikings

Friday 14 June, 7pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

North Group: Yorkshire Vikings v Lancashire Lightning

Thursday 20 June, 7pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504) + Sky Sports Mix HD (CH 510)

 

South Group: Hampshire Hawks v Sussex Sharks

Friday 21 June, 7pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504) + Sky Sports Mix HD (CH 510)

 

South Group: Surrey v Middlesex

Friday 5 July, 6pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

South Group: Somerset v Gloucestershire

Sunday 7 July, 2pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

 

Golf


Wyndham Clark was a shock winner at last year’s US Open – you could have got 85-1 on the then 29-year-old from Colorado before the event – and it’d be an even bigger surprise if he defended his title, having missed the cut at the 2024 Masters and PGA Championship. The usual suspects are among the favourites here, including Masters champ and world No.1 Scottie Scheffler and PGA winner Xander Schauffele. But the big story in golf currently is Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre, who was having a torrid time on the PGA tour until he unexpectedly finished eighth at the PGA Championship in May and then, with his father as his caddy, won the Canadian Open. Can he strike while his form’s red-hot?

 

After we find out who the next men’s major winner is, it’s the third of 2024’s five women’s majors as the PGA Championship takes place at the Sahalee club near Seattle. Japan’s Yuka Saso is in great form after her US Women’s Open win, but home favourite and world No.1 Nelly Korda is the player to beat. Elsewhere this month, the European Tour is in Cromvoirt in the Netherlands and then Rome, while the PGA Tour visits Connecticut and Michigan.

 

US Open

From Thursday 13 June, 12.30pm, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)

 

DP European Tour: Dutch Open

From Thursday 20 June, 12pm, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)

 

PGA Tour: Travelers Championship

From Thursday 20 June, 5pm, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)

 

Women’s PGA Championship

From Thursday 20 June, 11pm, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505) + Sky Sports Mix HD (CH 510)

 

DP European Tour: Italian Open

From Thursday 27 June, 12pm, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)

 

PGA Tour: Rocket Mortgage Classic

From Thursday 27 June, 5pm, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)

 

LET: Swiss Open

From Friday 28 June, 2pm, Sky Sports Mix HD (CH 510)

 

LPGA Tour: Dow Championship

Saturday 29 June, 1pm, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)

 

Darts: World Cup


The new darling of darts, Luke Littler, will be absent from one of the year’s most prestigious tournaments. No.1 seeds England will be represented by Michael Smith and Luke Humphries – and since they’re the 2023 and 2024 world champions, they’ve got to be World Cup favourites.

 

Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton of defending champions Wales have both seen a drop-off in form recently, while the Netherlands look dangerous with Michael van Gerwen and Danny Noppert. The 2022 winners Australia are always a threat, and Northern Ireland’s 23-year-old Josh Rock (who used to be the next big thing in darts, before Littler came along) will hope to make an impact alongside veteran Brendan Dolan. It’s all live on Sky Sports.

 

Day 1

Thursday 27 June, 6pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Day 2

Friday 28 June, 11am + 6pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Day 3

Saturday 29 June, 12pm + 6pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Day 4

Sunday 30 June, 12pm + 6pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Rugby League: Super League XXIX


Recently the rugby league season has been all about the rivalry between Wigan and Warrington. On 8 June, a week after the Warriors won at Wolves by a single point, the two faced off at Wembley for the Challenge Cup – and this time Wigan won by 10 points to claim the cup for the 21st time. Now it’s back to the nitty-gritty of the Super League, with both teams in contention for the top two, although it’s St Helens who have set the pace.

 

With every game live on Sky Sports, there’s plenty of top-class action to enjoy this month, kicking off with Warrington at home to play-off contenders Salford, and featuring surprise package Hull KR against Huddersfield, Castleford and Catalans.

 

Warrington Wolves v Salford Red Devils

Friday 14 June, 7.30pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Castleford Tigers v Wigan Warriors

Friday 14 June, 7.55pm, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

Hull Kingston Rovers v Huddersfield Giants

Friday 14 June, 7.55pm, Sky Sports Mix HD (CH 510)

 

Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos

Saturday 15 June, 2.30pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Catalans Dragons v Leigh Leopards

Saturday 15 June, 5.25pm, Sky Sports Mix HD (CH 510)

 

London Broncos v St Helens

Sunday 16 June, 2.55pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Castleford Tigers v Hull Kingston Rovers

Thursday 20 June, 7.30pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Leeds Rhinos v Leigh Leopards

Friday 21 June, 7.30pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Wigan Warriors v London Broncos

Friday 21 June, 7.55pm, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

Hull FC v Warrington Wolves

Saturday 22 June, 2.55pm, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

Catalans Dragons v Huddersfield Giants

Saturday 22 June, 5.25pm, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

Salford Red Devils v St Helens

Sunday 23 June, 2.55pm, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

St Helens v Castleford Tigers

Friday 5 July, 7.55pm, Sky Sports Mix HD (CH 510)

 

Warrington Wolves v Huddersfield Giants

Friday 5 July, 7.30pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Wigan Warriors v Leigh Leopards

Friday 5 July, 7.55pm, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

Leeds Rhinos v London Broncos

Saturday 6 July, 2.55pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Hull Kingston Rovers v Catalans Dragons

Saturday 6 July, 5pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Salford Red Devils v Hull FC

Sunday 7 July, 2.55pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Rugby League: State Of Origin


Often called “Australia’s greatest sporting rivalry”, the State of Origin is an annual rugby league contest between the two states where it’s the biggest sport. In men’s rugby, New South Wales’ Blues have been taking on the Maroons of Queensland since 1908, and the competition was codified into a best-of-three series in 1980. On the women’s side, the inter-state meetings began in 1999 and were brought under the State Of Origin umbrella in 2018.

 

It’s produced some brilliant “footie” (as it’s called there) over the years, and although the men of NSW have traditionally dominated (70 titles to Queensland’s 37), in recent years it’s been pretty close: since 2014, the Maroons have five titles to the Blues’ four. NSW hosted the first match of the 2024 series but Queensland won it 38-10, so there’s plenty more excitement to come.

 

The situation was reversed in the first women’s game. The Blues won 22-12 in Brisbane, but the Maroons took the second match by the narrowest of margins with a dramatic 11-10 victory in Newcastle. It leaves the series on a knife-edge ahead of the final meeting, back in Queensland on 27 June. The men finish on 17 July.

 

Men’s Game 2: Blues v Maroons

Wednesday 26 June, 10am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Women’s Game 3: Maroons v Blues

Thursday 27 June, 10.30am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Rugby League: NRL Men’s

Melbourne Storm finished third in the NRL table last year but were walloped 38-4 in the play-offs by eventual champions Penrith. They immediately got revenge in the opening game of this season with a home win over the Panthers and they’ve proved hard to knock off top spot ever since. Could the team only founded in 1998 be on for their fifth Premiership title? First up for them this month, it’s a trip to Auckland to take on the Warriors, live on Sky Sports.

 

New Zealand Warriors v Melbourne Storm

Saturday 15 June, 8.30am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Parramatta Eels v Sydney Roosters

Saturday 15 June, 10.30am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Newcastle Knights v Penrith Panthers

Sunday 16 June, 7am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Sydney Roosters v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs

Saturday 22 June, 8.30am, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

South Sydney Rabbitohs v Manly Warringah Sea Eagles

Saturday 22 June, 10.30am, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

Wests Tigers v Canberra Raiders

Sunday 23 June, 7am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs v Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

Friday 28 June, 11am, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

 

Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels

Saturday 29 June, 8.30am, Sky Sports

 

Melbourne Storm v Canberra Raiders

Saturday 29 June, 10.30am, Sky Sports

 

Penrith Panthers v North Queensland Cowboys

Sunday 30 June, 7am, Sky Sports

 

Brisbane Broncos v Penrith Panthers 

Friday 5 July, 11am, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508) 


North Queensland Cowboys v Manly Warringah Sea Eagles

Saturday 6 July, 10.30am, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508) 

 

Rugby Union: Super Rugby

Despite a bizarrely poor season from defending champs Crusaders, New Zealand have again provided three of the four Super Rugby semi-finalists. In the quarter-finals, the Chiefs beat the Reds of Queensland, the Hurricanes saw off the Rebels of Melbourne, and the Blues thrashed Fijian Drua 36-5. Only the Brumbies bucked the trend, with the side from the ACT running out 32-16 winners over Dunedin’s Highlanders.

 

Can they repeat their success when they meet the Blues of Auckland in the semis and give Australia their first Super Rugby champs since the Waratahs in 2014? It’ll be tough – but it should make for some thrilling action, live on Sky Sports.

 

Semi-final: Blues v Brumbies

Friday 14 June, 10am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Semi-final: Hurricanes v Chiefs

Saturday 15 June, 5.30am, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508) 

 

Final

Saturday 22 June, 10am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Boxing


Bournemouth cruiserweight Chris Billam-Smith won the WBO title last May and has already defended it once. So who’s next? The only man to beat him in his pro career, Richard Riakporhe. And the fight, at Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park stadium, is on home turf for south Londoner Riakporhe. It’s going to be a titanic clash on 15 June, with the winner likely to face IBF belt holder Jai Opetaia next.

 

It’s followed by two more WBO title fights live on Sky Sports. Featherwright champ Rafael Espinoza makes his first defence against Sergio Chirino in an all-Mexican clash, and then Canada’s Steve Claggett challenges Teofimo Lopez of the USA for the super lightweight belt in Miami.

 

The next weekend Newark, New Jersey, is the venue for a world title fight double header as Shakur Stevenson mounts his first defence of the WBC lightweight championship against Artem Harutyanyan, while WBC super featherweight champ O’Shaquie Foster puts his belt on the line against Robson Conceição.

 

Billam-Smith v Riakporhe

Saturday 15 June, 6pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Espinoza v Chirino

Saturday 22 June, 2am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Lopez v Claggett

Sunday 30 June, 1am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Stevenson v Harutyunyan

Foster v Conceição

Sunday 7 July, 1am, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

Tennis


Following the climax of the clay-court season at Roland-Garros, the ATP and WTA move on to grass. First the men’s and women’s tours are in the Netherlands for the Rosmalen Championship, where Ekaterina Alexandrova and home favourite Tallon Griekspoor are the defending champions. Then Germany is the place to watch the top players preparing for Wimbledon with tournaments in Stuttgart, Berlin, Halle and Bad Homburg, with coverage on Sky Sports Tennis as well as the Sky Sports app.

 

ATP/WTA: Rosmalen Championship

Monday 10 to Sunday 16 June, from 10am, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)

 

ATP: Stuttgart Open

Monday 10 to Sunday 16 June, from 10am, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)

 

WTA: Berlin Open

Monday 17 to Sunday 23 June, from 10am, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)

 

ATP: Halle Open

Monday 17 to Sunday 23 June, from 10am, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)

 

WTA: Bad Homburg Open

Monday 24 to Saturday 29 June, from 10am, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)

 

ATP: Mallorca Open

Monday 24 to Saturday 29 June, from 10am, Sky Sports Tennis/HD (CH 537/520)

 

Pool

The prize for winning may be just £30,000 – compared with the cool quarter of a million on offer to the victor in the recent World Championship – but world No.1  Francisco Sánchez Ruíz will no doubt be just as keen to capture the title in his home country, after he was knocked out early by Oliver Szolnoki in 2023. It takes place in Lugo, in the north-west of Spain, where 256 of the world’s top players will be potting for the prize – and you can see the final stages live on Sky Sports. Last year’s inaugural event was won by Dang Jin-Hu of China.

 

Spanish Open

Sunday 23 June, 12pm, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508) + 6pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)

 

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