Serena Williams vs Irina-Camelia Begu in French Open 2021 LIVE stream: When, where, and how to watch – Tennis legend Serena Williams will begin her quest for record equaling 24th Grand Slam titles in women’s singles at French Open 2021 tonight. She will face 30-year-old Irina-Camelia Begu who has previously progressed to the fourth round in French Open 2016. She has won four singles and nine doubles at WTA Tour.
Even though Serena Williams is considered favourite, she would not take things for granted. She recently lost in clay-court competition Emilia-Romagna Open in Italy. It is notable that she has reached four finals since 2017 but failed to reach the magical mark of 24 majors with Margaret Court in women’s tennis. Can she do it this time, follow us at insidesport.co to find out
Serena Williams vs Irina-Camelia Begu in French Open 2021 LIVE stream: When where and how to watch French Open 2021 / Roland Garros 2021?
French Open tennis this year is creating a record of sorts this year. The tournament is broadcasted LIVE in 222 countries. French Open will go LIVE on 170 networks in 222 countries. In host country France Television & Amazon Prime Video will live stream the event – while in India Star Sports will LIVE Broadcast the year’s 2nd Grand Slam. Other than Star Sports Select, the action will be beamed LIVE on Disney+ Hotstar in the Indian Sub-Continent.
French Open LIVE Broadcast in France:
France Télévisions and Amazon Prime Video will be offering maximum coverage of the tournament in France. A long-standing partner of Roland-Garros, France Télévisions will show every match at the Parisian Grand Slam tournament with the exception of night session matches on Court Philippe-Chatrier and matches played on Court Simonne-Mathieu.
For its part, Amazon Prime Video, which is showing the tournament for the first time, will provide exclusive coverage of night session matches.
French Open Live in Australia: One of Australia’s largest media groups, Channel Nine is, as of this year, an exclusive Roland-Garros broadcaster. It will provide extensive coverage of the tournament through its free-to-view channels Channel Nine, 9Go and 9GEM, its on-demand service 9Now and its OTT platform Stan. Channel Nine now broadcasts three Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, Wimbledon and Roland-Garros.
French Open LIVE in Brazil: The FFT has also strengthened its ties with Brazil by signing agreements with Globo and BandSports. BandSports, which has broadcast the tournament since 2013, will once again be showing it this year. Meanwhile, Globo, Brazil’s leading TV network – covering nearly 2,000 sporting events a year – will show matches from Roland-Garros on SporTV, the country’s leading pay channel.
French Open Live in USA: There will also be more Roland-Garros coverage in the USA. The Tennis Channel, which has covered the tournament since 2007, will show seven night sessions on its pay channel. In addition to the coverage NBC has offered every year for more than 35 years now, NBC Universal will step up its Roland-Garros programming to show three night sessions on its Peacock platform.
France: Amazon Prime Video
Australia: Channel Nine, 9 Go, 9GEM, 9Now and OTT-platform Stan
Brazil: Globo and Bandsports
USA: Tennis Channel, NBC Universal
Europe: Eurosport, itv, ptc
Canada: TSN, RDS
Latin America: ESPN
North America and the Middle East: beIn Sports
Sub Saharan Africa: SuperSport
INDIA: Star Sports Select/ OTT-platform Disney+Hotstar
South-East Asia: Fox Sports
Japan: TV Tokyo
New Zealand Sky: Sky
Roland Garros 2021: What about prize money?
The total prize pool for Roland Garros 2021 is €34,367,216.
Round of 16: €170,000
Third Round: €113,000
Second Round: €84,000
First Round” €60,000
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