Tennis ChannelfuboTV was designed from the ground-up for the hardcore sports fan. fuboTV offers one of the biggest selections of sports channels on the streaming market, even featuring hard-to-find international, extreme, and less frequently televised sports. fuboTV already boasts an impressive list of sports-focused channels like NBA TV, NHL Network, NBC, FOX, FS1, FX, FOX News and much more, but this week fuboTV announced some news sure to please any tennis fan: the Tennis Channel has finally come to fuboTV – just in time for the Australian Open.

fuboTV is adding the Tennis Channel to the fubo Extra tier subscription plan and to the Sports Plus add-on package. The Tennis Channel will be broadcasting over 200 total hours of coverage from the 2019 Australian Open in Melbourne, including 30 hours of live coverage. Coverage highlights include the men’s and women’s singles play from the opening day to the quarterfinals, and men’s, women’s and mixed-doubles action, including the final matches for all three doubles groups.

Aside from the Australian Open, the Tennis Channel has telecast rights to ATP World Tour Events, top-tier World Tennis Association events, the Davis Cup, Fed Cup, Hopman Cup, and the other Grand Slams including the US Open, French Open, and Wimbledon. The Tennis Channel is currently the only 24-hour TV channel dedicated to both professional tennis and the tennis lifestyle.

fuboTV subscribers interested in adding the Tennis Channel can do so by either subscribing to the fubo Extra tier for $44.99/month for the first month and $49.99 for each month after that, or by adding the Sports Plus add-on package to their existing subscription. That package is just $8.99 extra a month and includes 20 additional sports channels. The fubo Extra tier even offers a 7-day free trial – perfect for catching the Australian Open!

Brett Tingley

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