The 2023 French Open Tennis on TV – TV Coverage and broadcasters

The 2023 French Open, the 121th edition of the French Open, takes place at the Stade Roland Garros from 28 May to 11 June 2022.

Rafael Nadal was the defending champion in men’s singles, but withdrew due to injury. This is the first time that 14-time champion Nadal has missed the tournament since his debut in 2005. Iga Świątek is the defending champion in women’s singles.

UK TV coverage for the 2023 French Open will be available on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2. Eurosport (owned by Warner Bros Discovery) have European broadcast rights for the French Open until the 2026 tournament, extends Eurosport’s relationship with the Grand Slam event to over 35 years, having covered its first Roland-Garros in 1989. This year’s event will be the 35th televised by Eurosport. In addition to 273 hours of live coverage on Eurosport 1 and 2, full coverage will be available on discovery+, with additional streaming-only content. Coverage will also be made available in 4K on various platforms.

In addition to coverage on Eurosport channels, Discovery+, the online subscription service, will also provide 16 feeds of other courts in actions, two press conference feeds, and coverage of qualifying, wheelchair, junior and legends matches.

Unlike previous years, ITV will not be showing live tennis from the French Open this year, as their contract for rights expired, with Eurosport obtaining exclusive UK TV rights.

BeIN Sports have the broadcast rights for the Middle East and North Africa region.

French TV Coverage: TF2, TF3, TF4

Coverage in other areas of Europe will be via Eurosport