How to watch the French Open 2022: UK TV coverage of tennis Grand Slam - channel, live stream and highlights

Emma Raducanu and Cameron Norrie have made it through to the second round of the Roland-Garros French Open

Paris is once more hosting the second Grand Slam of the year at the Roland-Garros Stadium.

The last Grand Slam event took place in January with Rafael Nadal making history as he took his 21st Grand Slam title, defeating the world number two Daniil Medvedev 2-6 6-7(5-7) 6-4 6-4 7-5 in the process.

Novak Djokovic was famously deported ahead of the first Grand Slam of the year due to providing insufficient evidence for being unvaccinated.

The Serb will however be able to defend his title in France and is in to the second round after beating Yoshihito Nishiokova 6-3 6-1 6-0.

The young spaniard Carlos Alcaraz will also be in action at the French Open. He beat Juan Londero in the first round 6-4 6-2 6-0 and will face fellow spanish player Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the second round.

Alcaraz became the youngest US Open quarter-finalist of the Open era last Septemeber and then went on to win his first Masters at the Miami Open in early April - only his Spanish hero Nadal has one two such titles at a younger age.

Novak Djokovic in action at the French Open

Ahead of Roland-Garros, it will be Alcaraz - who Alexander Zverev (Alvarez’ Madrid Open final opponent) described as ‘going to be world number on’ - who is the one to watch.

Here is all you need to know on how to keep up with the latest from Paris.

When is The French Open 2022?

The French Open begins on Monday 16 May 2022 and will conclude with the final on Sunday 5 June 2022.

Schedule:

  • Monday 16 - Thursday 19 May: Qualifiers
  • Sunday 22 - Tuesday 24 May: First Round
  • Tuesday 24 - Thursday 26 May: Second Round
  • Thursday 26 - Saturday 28 May: Third Round
  • Sunday 29 - Monday 30 May: Fourth Round
  • Tuesday 31 - Wednesday 1 June: Quarter Finals
  • Thursday 2 June: Women’s Semi Finals
  • Friday 3 June: Men’s Semi Finals
  • Saturday 4 June: Women’s Final
  • Sunday 5 June: Men’s Final

How to watch The French Open

Eurosport has the rights for the French Open. The streaming service became the exclusive live broadcaster for the Roland Garros tournament.

Monthly subscriptions for Eurosport start at £6.99/month or there is a £39.99 annual pass.

Eurosport can also be added to Sky and or BT Sport subscriptions.

How to stream The French Open

Through Eurosport, the French Open is available to stream via the app on mobile, tablet or computer devices.

For those unable to watch, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra will also be offering commentary live from Paris.

How to watch French Open highlights

talkSPORT will be offering the best of the action showing highlights on both the main channel and on talkSPORT 2.

Which British players are set to feature in The French Open?

Andy Murray will not be in action at the French Open, chosing to prioritise Wimbledon in a few weeks time.

Emma Raducanu, Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans will all be in action. Heather Watson and Harriet Dart both lost their first round matches.

Norrie, fresh off his ATP win in Lyon, will face Jason Kubler in the second round while Raducanu will face Aliaksandra Sasnovich in her second round match.

Dan Evans has also made it through to the second round and will face Mikael Ymer.