It's that time again when the world’s most competitive tennis players travel to Paris for the 2023 French open. While Nadal capped off last year with another grand slam win added to his illustrious career, this year the field is wide open, as Nadal isn't participating. Maybe it's time for Carlos Alcaraz to step into the grand slam limelight, or this tournament could be Djokovic's chance to pull ahead in the grand slam race.
Finding where to watch tennis can sometimes be difficult, especially if you don't have cable. So, we've compiled this comprehensive guide on how to stream all the action of the 2023 French Open. We’ve broken down when and how to view every match, so you’ll be ready to serve up the best tennis streaming experience short of a courtside seat in Paris.
When Is the French Open? What Channel Is the French Open On?
The 2023 French Open kicks off Sunday, May 28, and runs until Sunday, June 11. The Women's Singles Final will be on Saturday, June 10, and the Men's Singles Final will be on Sunday, June 11.
In the U.S., the 2023 French Open broadcast will be split between NBC, Peacock, and the Tennis Channel. Looking to watch a specific match? We’ve broken down the full tournament broadcast schedule below:
- Sunday, May 28: First Round (Tennis Channel and Peacock)
- Monday, May 29: First Round (Tennis Channel, NBC, and Peacock)
- Tuesday, May 30: First Round (Tennis Channel)
- Wednesday, May 31: Second Round (Tennis Channel)
- Thursday, June 1: Second Round (Tennis Channel)
- Friday, June 2: Third Round (Tennis Channel)
- Saturday, June 3: Third Round (Tennis Channel, NBC, and Peacock)
- Sunday, June 4: Fourth Round (Tennis Channel, NBC, and Peacock)
- Monday, June 5: Fourth Round (Tennis Channel)
- Tuesday, June 6: Quarterfinals (Tennis Channel)
- Wednesday, June 7: Quarterfinals (Tennis Channel)
- Thursday, June 8: Women's Semifinals (Tennis Channel, NBC, and Peacock)
- Friday, June 9: Men's Semifinals (Tennis Channel, NBC, and Peacock)
- Saturday, June 10: Women's Singles Final (NBC and Peacock)
- Sunday, June 11:Men's Singles Final (NBC and Peacock)
How to Watch the French Open Online Without Cable
It’s easy to watch the 2023 French Open without a cable connection. Much of the early tournament will be broadcast on the Tennis Channel, and the exciting final rounds will be shown on NBC and its Peacock streaming service. To access those channels without cable you’ll want to set up a digital live TV streaming service. There are a lot of services to choose from, but never fear! Our team of cord-cutting experts have reviewed every subscription available, and here we've put together this list of the services you can use to stream the 2023 French Open:
Can I Watch the French Open on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?
Tennis lovers rejoice! This year's French Open is on major streaming channels available on practically every popular streaming device. Whether you're using DIRECTV, Hulu, Tennis Channel, or anything in between, you can watch the French Open this year on your Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, and most modern devices.
More to Watch for Tennis Fans
Looking for more on how to watch your favorite tennis matches? Look no further! Check out our guide on how to watch tennis for more information on all the grand slam events, ATP Finals, and events throughout the year.