How to watch tennis tournaments (like the Masters) on Amazon Prime?

naturallight

Semi-Pro
Is the tennis on Amazon Prime only a UK thing? I'm in the States. When I search Amazon prime for tennis or ATP, it only shows the Laver Cup, the Next Gen tourney, and then tennis shows like a biopic on Tiafoe. No tournaments? I thought Amazon Prime has more tennis like the Masters tourneys, no?
 

SystemicAnomaly

Talk Tennis Guru
Sadly, was not able to find any access tennis tournaments thru Amazon Prime. Access to ATP thru their Tennis TV app for $15/month. Did not see any discount for Amazon Prime membership.
 

SystemicAnomaly

Talk Tennis Guru
@naturallight

Have you had any more luck than I did with finding tennis coverage with Amazon Prime?

Not seen any pro tennis on ESPN for a while. But I have been able to catch some live coverage of both ATP and WTA on TC Plus (I don't have regular TC tho). TC+ has also been providing replays for WTA but not so much for ATP. However, I looked at the Madrid coverage today and saw that it had replays for both the ATP and WTA there. Not sure that the ATP stuff was there a week ago. Currently, there are WTA replays for Rome. I'm wondering if the ATP replays will eventually be there as well.
 

SystemicAnomaly

Talk Tennis Guru
Now TC+ has also got the ATP (& WTA) replays for Rome (in addition to Madrid). There are also ATP live & replay for Geneva (Dimitrov today) and Lyons (Tsonga playing?). WTA at Strasbourg.

Also, live/replays for RG qualifying rounds.
 

naturallight

Semi-Pro
No, I have not found any more tennis on Amazon Prime.

I actually signed up for the ATP Tennis TV App. Seems pretty good. The HD is very clear. But at $15/month, it will add up.

ESPN3 used to have a bunch of tennis, but almost no pro tourneys anymore. Just college. Big bummer.
 

SystemicAnomaly

Talk Tennis Guru
No, I have not found any more tennis on Amazon Prime.

I actually signed up for the ATP Tennis TV App. Seems pretty good. The HD is very clear. But at $15/month, it will add up.

ESPN3 used to have a bunch of tennis, but almost no pro tourneys anymore. Just college. Big bummer.
ESPN does cover pro tennis at specific times during the year. However, after 2015, they no longer cover RG or any of the clay court season. However, it appears that they will cover Wimbledon and the US Open exclusively. That might mean that ATP Tennis TV and TC will have little or no coverage of those events. ESPN also has coverage of the US Open Series leading up to the US Open.

They also have shared coverage of the AO (along with the TC). It appears that they also probably cover both IW and the Miami Open.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennis_on_ESPN
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Chadalina

Hall of Fame
If you have some tech knowledge, look into an iptv service. I get 3000 channels for $50 a year.

Most tennis will be on espn, tc, tsn, bt, eurosport or a couple others. They have sections for nba, nfl and stuff, but not a tennis section

I just put those channels on my favorite list
 
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SystemicAnomaly

Talk Tennis Guru
If you have some tech knowledge, look into an iptv service. I get 3000 channels for $50 a year.

Most tennis will be on espn, tc, tsn, bt, eurosport or a couple others. They have sections for nba, nfl and stuff, but not a tennis section

I just put those channels on my favorite list
IPTV service? Can you expand on this. Details pls. Legal in the US?
 

Chadalina

Hall of Fame
IPTV service? Can you expand on this. Details pls. Legal in the US?
Internet protocal television basically, you get your tv on a custom app, only need an internet connection (account isnt localized).

Wifi tablet is still my favorite, i can carry around a 10", half pound hd screen and set up on a stand anywhere.

Picked up an nvidia shield for living room (big tv), best in slot for android devices. Really happy with that purchase. Video is so clear and device is more powerful than most computers if streaming or using as a plex server.
 
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