How to Watch ‘Tennis Channel’ Online Without Cable – Live Stream the Matches

By Gabriela Vatu / February 2, 2020

We all have our favorite sports, and tennis fans luckily have a one-stop-shop for all their favorite events. If you're looking for ways to watch the Tennis Channel online, then we're here to help you out!

The Tennis Channel was launched back in 2003, and it seeks to cover all the tennis events you may want, peppering in some badminton, racquetball and other racquet sports.

The network is available in over 61 million households across the United States, and millions more view it with the help of live TV platforms.

How Can You Live Stream the Tennis Channel?

What things do you do online? We spend a lot of time reading news, communicating with friends and family, as well as with our co-workers, but we also watch a lot of music videos, shows, and movies. Watching TV is something we should all be doing online, if only because it's so much easier to do when you have an app you can carry with you anywhere you go, whether that's at home, at work, on vacation, or on the bus on your way to or from work. When it comes to watching the Tennis Channel, you can go for fuboTV, which is a single bundle platform that can help you out quite a bit. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV now!

The Tennis Channel isn't present in the main bundle, but you can find it in the Sports Plus and fubo Extra channel packs. There are other packs you can get, too, as well as several premium networks. There are fuboTV apps for pretty much all devices you have at home, including iOS and Android phones and tablets, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, and more. (Note: fuboTV is a service that only works in the United States and you will need a VPN to help you access it in case you travel abroad. Click here to learn more about what you need to do.)

Here's how you can start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV:

Other Ways to Watch the Tennis Channel

Sling TV - Another platform that carries the Tennis Channel is Sling TV, which is a service that you can customize to suit your needs. There are three bundles available - Orange, Blue, and Orange+Blue. Depending on your choice, you'll get a different combo of channels, a different price, as well as a different number of devices you can watch content on. More specifically, Orange subscribers can watch on one device at a time, Blue subscribers can watch on three devices simultaneously, and Orange + Blue subscribers can watch on up to four decides at the same time. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving money during your first month. The Tennis Channel is present in one of the extra packs, namely Sports Extra, which costs an additional $10 per month. You can, of course, add any packs you want, as well as any premium networks on the list.

YouTube TV - Another option is to go for YouTube TV, which is a single-bundle service with a ton of networks, including the Tennis Channel. There are no extra channel packs here, but you can pick out of a few premium networks if you want. The coolest part about this service is that you can watch content on up to three devices simultaneously and have unlimited Cloud DVR storage space to enjoy.

Tennis Channel Plus – The Tennis Channel has a streaming platform of its own and you can subscribe to it for $99.99 per year. This service enables you to watch a lot of content, including the Australian Open, all other Grand Slams and many more. The platform is available via Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, iPad, and Android devices.

How to Watch the Tennis Channel When Traveling Abroad?

When you use live TV platforms and streaming services, you get a lot of perks. But, when you travel outside of the United States, there are some issues you may not account for, most specifically the fact that you can't access the platforms you subscribe to. This happens because they are all geoblocked. This means that they detect your IP address, figure out you're not in the US anymore and block you out. This is obviously quite annoying and inconvenient, especially when you're trying to follow the competition. Nonetheless, there is a solution to the problem - changing your IP address so you appear to be in the US.

This can be done easily with the help of a VPN. One of the best tools on the market today is ExpressVPN which has thousands of servers all over the world and some tight security features thanks to the encryption protocols they use.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to watch the Tennis Channel:

Can You Watch Tennis Channel on the Network Website?

Yes, that's possible as there is a live stream available on the Tennis Channel. In order to access it, you're going to have to log into an account by using credentials from your TV provider, which can be one of the live TV platforms we discussed or a cable company. (Note: The Tennis Channel live stream is available in the US only, so if you're going to travel abroad, you'll need a VPN to make things work. Click here to find out what you need to do.)

What Can You Watch on the Tennis Channel?

There are a lot of events covered by the Tennis Channel, and loads of shows you can enjoy. Here are some of the things you can watch on this network:

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