Roland Garros 2021 Court Feed Scheduling Guidelines

Roland Garros VOD:

Roland Garros matches will be made available for replay, including Finals, in the Roland Garros VOD section sometime after the conclusion of a match.

 

Roland Garros Live Schedule:

This schedule is subject to change. All matches played during a live rights window will not guarantee that it will air on Tennis Channel Plus.

 

Sunday, May 30th to Friday, June 4th – Tennis Channel Plus will air up to 15 courts Live from first ball to last ball.

 

Saturday, June 5th – Tennis Channel Plus will air up to 15 courts Live except for the night session match on Philippe-Chatrier that is scheduled at “not before 3pm ET.”

 

Sunday, June 6th – Tennis Channel Plus will air up to 15 courts except for the Wheelchair/Quad Final and night session match on Philippe-Chatrier that is scheduled at “not before 3pm ET.”

 

Monday, June 7th – Tennis Channel Plus will air up to 15 courts except for the Wheelchair/Quad Final and night session match on Philippe-Chatrier that is scheduled at “not before 3pm ET.”

 

Tuesday, June 8th – Tennis Channel Plus will air up to 15 courts Live from first ball to last ball.

 

Wednesday, June 9th – Tennis Channel Plus will air up to 15 courts Live from first ball to last ball.

 

Thursday, June 10th – Tennis Channel Plus will air all matches on the day except for the Mixed Doubles Final.

 

Friday, June 11th – Tennis Channel Plus will air all matches on the day except we will not air any portion of men’s semifinal #2 live on TC Plus.

 

Saturday, June 12th – Tennis Channel Plus will only air non-final matches (if any are scheduled) on this day that take place outside of NBC’s exclusive Women’s Singles Championship/Men’s Doubles Championship broadcast window (9a-1p ET). When NBC’s broadcast window concludes on this day, we will cover all remaining non-final matches (if any are scheduled) that are still in progress or have yet to start.

 

Sunday, June 13th – Tennis Channel Plus will only air non-final matches (if any are scheduled) on this day that take place outside of NBC’s exclusive Men’s Singles Championship broadcast window (9a-2p ET). When NBC’s broadcast window concludes on this day, we can cover all remaining non-final matches (if any are scheduled) that are still in progress or have yet to start.

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