French Open

Media group Discovery has renewed rights across Europe to the French Open for the five years from 2022 to 2026

Tournament executives seek to "advance mental health and wellbeing"

Superstar player battles with tournament organizers over media obligations

NBC Sports has expanded its French Open coverage in a deal in which streaming service Peacock will exclusively broadcast middle weekend night sessions

French Tennis Federation (FFT) president Gilles Moretton has said the organisation’s decision to postpone this year’s French Open by a week has been justified, with a significant increase in spectators con…

Nine Entertainment chief executive Mike Sneesby has claimed that its recently-launched streaming service Stan Sport is the ‘largest reaching streaming sports platform’ in Australia.

The 2021 French Open is set to commence with attendances of up to 1,000 fans at Roland Garros’ three main showcourts for the tennis grand slam.

The French Tennis Federation has announced an invitation to tender for broadcast rights in Europe to the French Open from 2022

The French Tennis Federation (FFT) has today (Thursday) announced that this year’s French Open will be postponed by a week in an effort to maximise fan attendance.

ServusTV has acquired rights in Germany for the French Open in 2021, the first time the free-to-air commercial broadcaster has held grand slam tennis rights in the country

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the sport’s four grand slam tournaments have united to form a new working gro…

Golf’s French Open has been dropped from the European Tour calendar for 2021. The lack of a title sponsor has been cited as one of the reasons for its omission from the 2021 calendar.

Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine and its new subscription streaming service Stan Sport have secured three-year deals to broadcast the Wimbledon and French Open Grand Slam tennis tournaments from…

Sunday afternoon’s French Open final between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic attracted strong audience figures on French public-service broadcaster France Télévisions.

The French Tennis Federation has named Aymeric Labaste as its head of international business development

The French Open tennis tournament expects slightly lower sponsorship revenues as a result of last week’s reduction in the number of fans allowed to attend Paris’ grand slam tournament, but has reasons to …

SporTV, the pay-television broadcaster owned by Brazilian media group Globo, has acquired rights to tennis’ French Open, one of the sport’s four grand slam events, until 2023.