Where to follow Roland Garros on TV

Where to follow Roland Garros on TV
The 2020 edition of the Roland Garros master of tennis in Paris on clay is coming to an end, as scheduled. This is the 119th edition of the French Open and the third round of the Grand Slam of 2020.

T he plays at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France, from 27 September to 11 October 2020. The holders the title of the men's and women's singles are respectively the Spanish Rafael Nadal and the Australian Ashleigh Barty. Barty has decided not to participate in the tournament due to the health situation imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing during the tournament.

Initially scheduled from 24 May to 7 June 2020, the tournament has been postponed due to of the pandemic itself, making it the third and final Grand Slam of the year after the Australian Open and the US Open. The pandemic also forced the cancellation of the mixed doubles tournament. As for the other tournaments following the pandemic, players can only earn points and not lose them, in fact the score will be updated only in case of improvement of the result obtained the previous year.

Roland Garros to date saw the Italian team doing great. After the excellent performances shown at the Internazionali di Roma, the various Berrettini, Cecchinato, the young Sinner and the newfound Trevisan performed well in the competition. The young Italian talent Jannik Sinner was the author of an extraordinary performance. In fact, at his first appearance at the slam, the boy managed to reach the quarter-finals, which, among other things, happened only once to a player of his age, namely Rafael Nadal.

Holder of the last Paris Masters, Nadal has won the Paris slam twelve times and this year too he is chasing the title, eliminating Sinner in the match on 6 October. The latest victory took Nadal to the semifinals once again (remember that every time Nadal has had access to the semifinals of the Paris master, he has always won the tournament). Waiting for him in the semifinals will be Diego Schwartzman who beat Dominic Thiem in a marathon lasting more than five hours in the other quarter. The other semifinal will come out of the match Rublev Vs Tsitsipas and between Djokovic Vs Carreno Busta.

Where can you see these sporting events? On Sky and Dazn!

The DAZN online streaming service offers subscribers the opportunity to watch many sporting events minute by minute live or on demand with 2 different devices simultaneously and connect up to 6 devices. The cost of the subscription is € 9.99 per month with no duration restrictions.

Sky streaming services allow you to access both live matches and a catalog of events related to football. to engage every fan of this sport full time.

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