The champagne has been uncorked, the red ribbon cut and we’re pleased to unveil the brand-new, shiny Tennis TV in time for the 2017 ATP World Tour season.
Our new product is now available to enjoy on PCs and Macs, iOS and Android apps, and Apple TV. In the not too distant future, you’ll be able to watch using Roku, Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV too, with gaming consoles to follow.
This is just the beginning. As well as availability on different devices, lots of brilliant features will be added too over the upcoming weeks and months.
In 2017, over 2000 ATP World Tour matches will be shown LIVE on Tennis TV. This includes every singles and doubles match from Masters 1000s, all singles from 500s, a significant increase on coverage from 250 events and the season-ending Next Gen Finals in Milan and ATP Finals at London’s The O2.
All of those matches will then be available to watch on demand as REPLAYS – all-year-round and on any supported device.
Across all platforms, the new Tennis TV is arranged into easy-to-navigate “channels”, which contain a wealth of videos for you to explore.
The CLASSICS channel is our extensive, ever-growing archive of past ATP matches, currently winding all the way back to 2001. Watch breathtaking matches of old, like the Rome 2006 final epic between Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer. There are future plans to add content from the 1990s too. If there’re any ATP matches that you’d like to see, let us know!
We also have a dedicated channel for our ever-increasing amount of DOUBLES content. With full match replays (including all 15 World Tour Finals contests) and highlights, keep up to date with the world’s best pairings.
FREEPLAY is, sure enough, where our free, non-subscription videos live. Daily highlights from the ATP 1000s and 500s, hot shots, features and player interviews give you a little taster of what to expect from a Tennis TV subscription.
So with under a month to go until the 2017 season explodes into life in Brisbane, Chennai and Doha, subscribe to Tennis TV now to enjoy all our videos over the holiday period before live streaming starts in January.