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    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    I belonged to Eurosport for many years, then las year they wanted to triple my subscription so I ditched them. Obviously a lot of others did the same if they are now offering that price!!
    Pat

  2. #522

    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    I have a smart TV and can use Eurosport directly. However I may not want to subscribe to amazon prime all year. May subscribe to Tennis TV istead and just subscribe to amazon for the US Open. Still deciding.

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  4. #523

    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    Quote Originally Posted by Caro View Post
    And Eurosport are covering the AO ... I think.
    thank you - sorry for delay in the thanks.
    Andy Murray - more exciting than a carnival weekend in Rio

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    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    signed up for Eurosport at 1p/month - can't complain at that price even though I wasn't mightly impressed with the Eurosport coverage of Brisbane via Amazon Prime. very hit and miss imo. Perhaps it will improve for the Grandslam which is listed as being a feature of the bargain/service.
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    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosalind View Post
    signed up for Eurosport at 1p/month - can't complain at that price even though I wasn't mightly impressed with the Eurosport coverage of Brisbane via Amazon Prime. very hit and miss imo. Perhaps it will improve for the Grandslam which is listed as being a feature of the bargain/service.
    It should improve. There is usually streaming from every court so a big choice of matches to watch, and there are even commentary-free streams so you can escape any commie who is being particularly annoying.

  7. #526

    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    If you are with EE, there is 3 months free subscription to BT Sport, which cover Fed Cup and other Ladies Tennis.

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  9. #527

    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    Eurosport have got their 12 months for 20 offer on again until the 17/03/19

    https://promo-gb.eurosportplayer.com...two-a-20190307

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    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    Something new maybe.....


    WTA moves to Amazon ..... https://tennisontelly.uk/2019/05/17/...giUf-dwshCgnMU
    "Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently"

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    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    Quote Originally Posted by lynne View Post
    Something new maybe.....


    WTA moves to Amazon ..... https://tennisontelly.uk/2019/05/17/...giUf-dwshCgnMU
    I'm happy as I don't have BT sport. Would still prefer a TV option rather than purely streaming for my tennis but this is the way things are going so we best get used to it ...

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    Re: Ways to watch tennis on TV

    Quote Originally Posted by Caro View Post
    I'm happy as I don't have BT sport. Would still prefer a TV option rather than purely streaming for my tennis but this is the way things are going so we best get used to it ...
    Have to agree Caro, I much prefer a TV option, as streaming for the tennis can be quite annoying!
    "Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently"

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