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5 tennis tournaments to watch next

5 tennis tournaments to watch next


After more tennis action following Emma Raducanu’s incredible win at the US Open? Prime Video is serving up some unmissable tournaments…

By Virgin TV Edit

Andy who? British tennis has a new star and her name is Emma Raducanu.


The 18-year-old stunned the sporting world with her recent victory at the US Open, making her the first British female to win a Grand Slam singles title in 44 years. It was worth the wait.


If Raducanu’s triumph has given you a taste for more tennis on TV, you’ve come to the right place. Prime Video has more live action than any other broadcaster in the UK, with tournaments showing live practically every week. And they’ve got some ace ones coming up.


From Indian Wells and Guadelajara to Turin, Paris and beyond, here are five blockbuster events you can tune in to between now and the end of the year…


BNP Paribas Open

Find it in Apps & Games > Prime Video from Wednesday 6 October

Among the biggest events outside of the Grand Slams on both the women’s and men’s tours, you’re always guaranteed box office stars and must-watch drama from Indian Wells.


Rolex Paris Masters

Find it in Apps & Games > Prime Video from Monday 1 November

One of the most prestigious ATP 1000 tournaments of the season, the very biggest names in the men’s game will be among those causing a racket in the French capital.


Next Gen ATP Finals

Find it in Apps & Games > Prime Video from Tuesday 9 November

Want to see tomorrow’s crop of male tennis stars? This tournament, which is held in Milan, brings together the best players aged 21 and under to duke it out.


WTA Finals

Find it in Apps & Games > Prime Video from Monday 8 November

One of the most remarkable WTA seasons in years draws to a close in the Mexican city of Guadalajara. Expect fireworks when the best eight female players in the world battle it out for glory. Current world number one Ashleigh Barty was the winner in 2020.


Nitto ATP Finals

Find it in Apps & Games > Prime Video from Sunday 14 November

The top eight stars in the men’s game go head to head in Turin for the annual season-ending tournament that they all want to win. Newly crowned US Open champion Daniil Medvedev took home the title last year.


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