How to Watch the French Open Online without Cable

Watch The French Open Online

The French Open goes from May 22nd until June 11th in Paris, France. It’s one of the four tennis majors and simply one of the most exciting tennis tournaments of the year. If you want to watch the French Open online, we’ve got you covered.

There are some great streaming services out there that let you stream live TV, which means you can definition get a French Open stream. The tournament is broadcast on NBC, NBCSN, and the Tennis Channel. You’ll have options for watching the matches on all three, so keep reading to learn more.

 

Watch the French Open Online on DIRECTV NOW

Watch The French Open Online

AT&T’s streaming service, DIRECTV NOW, will also a French Open live stream. It’s the only service you can get NBCSN, NBC, and the Tennis Channel. NBC is only available in select markets, but all three of these channels will come in the “Just Right” package for $50 per month. There are more than 80 channels in total in the package, so you can watch much more than a French Open stream. The huge DIRECTV NOW channel list makes it a great option as a full cable replacement.

Get a French Open live stream free with DIRECTV NOW’s 7-day free trial.

 

Use Sling TV to Watch the French Open Online

Watch The French Open Online

Sling TV is another solid streaming service that’ll offer the French Open streaming. You can watch NBCSN and NBC (in certain areas) with the “Sling Blue” package. The price is $25 per month for around 40 channels. Sling TV is known for its low starting price and channel flexibility, so you can always add more channels with one of its many add-on packages.

Like all of the streaming services, you can use Sling TV to watch a French Open live stream right on your big screen with a connected device like Roku. Make sure to check out the Sling TV site for any ongoing deals for new subscribers. You can also watch the French Open online free with Sling TV’s weeklong trial.

Learn more about the service in our Sling TV review.

 

FuboTV – Another Choice to Watch the French Open Online

Watch The French Open Online

fuboTV is well known as a sports-first streaming service and will definitely let you watch the French Open streaming. The starting package costs $35 per month and there are around 60 channels included. For your French Open stream, you’ll have NBCSN and also in select markets, NBC. There’s a cloud DVR on the service as well, so you can always record matches to watch later. You can check out this fuboTV review to find out more information.

Start a 7-day free trial now on fuboTV and watch a French Open live stream free!

 

Another Great Option to Watch the French Open Online is PlayStation Vue

Watch The French Open Online

PlayStation Vue is another streaming service that can act as a full cable replacement. It’ll get you a French Open stream during the entire tournament. NBCSN is available nationwide on every channel package on the service, with prices starting at $29.99 per month. NBC is available to stream in select areas and the price can vary but is likely somewhere between $30 and $40 per month. PlayStation Vue (review) offers a cloud DVR that can store your recordings for about a month, so you’ll have plenty of time to watch the French Open online if you miss it live.

Start a 5-day free trial on PlayStation Vue now!

 

Tennis Channel Plus Also Lets you Watch the French Open Online

Other than DIRECTV NOW, the only way to watch the French Open matches on the Tennis Channel streaming is through Tennis Channel Plus. You pay an annual fee of $89.99 and get to watch around 40 tournaments and more than 600 matches, including the French Open. These won’t be the largest matches during the French Open, but it’s still an option to add to one of the other services. You can get more details on the Tennis Channel Plus site.

 

If you want to learn more about watching other big sporting events, check out our full guide for watching sports online without cable.

 

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier reports on the streaming industry as it relates to sports media, providing coverage on how to watch live sports without cable.
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