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2022 TV Schedule
MARCH 20, 2022|BY MIAMI OPEN

The 2022 Miami Open presented by Itaú will have round-the-clock coverage on Tennis Channel, beginning Tuesday, March 22 at 11am. Live coverage for seven consecutive days will start at 11am and run until 11pm.

Starting on Tuesday, March 29, Tennis Channel will air all live quarterfinal and semifinal action, as well as re-airs of earlier matches. Live finals coverage begins on Saturday, April 2 at 1pm with the women’s singles final followed by the men’s doubles final and concludes on Sunday, April 3 with the men’s singles final and women’s doubles final at 1pm.

Throughout the tournament, Tennis Channel will provide coverage to start and close each day from Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open.

For fans who want a first-hand experience of the Miami Open presented by Itaú, tickets can be purchased online at miamiopen.com/tickets

The 2022 tournament schedule and daily order of play is visible at miamiopen.com/tournament/schedule

Live TV Coverage Schedule

Tuesday, March 22
11:00am – WTA 1st Round
7:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Wednesday, March 23
11:00am – ATP, WTA 1st Round
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Thursday, March 24
11:00am – ATP 1st Round, WTA 2nd Round
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Friday, March 25
11:00am – ATP, WTA 2nd Round
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Saturday, March 26
11:00am – ATP 2nd Round, WTA 3rd Round
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Sunday, March 27
11:00am – ATP, WTA 3rd Round
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Monday, March 28
11:00am – ATP 3rd Round, WTA Round of 16
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Tuesday, March 29
11:00am – ATP Round of 16, WTA Quarterfinal 1 & 2
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Wednesday, March 30
1:00pm – ATP Quarterfinal 1, WTA Quarterfinal 3
7:00pm – ATP Quarterfinal 2, WTA Quarterfinal 4
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Thursday, March 31
1:00pm – ATP Quarterfinal 3, WTA Semifinal 1
7:00pm – ATP Quarterfinal 4, WTA Semifinal 2
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Friday, April 1
1:00pm – ATP Semifinal 1, WTA Doubles Semifinal 1
7:00pm – ATP Semifinal 2, WTA Doubles Semifinal 2
11:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open

Saturday, April 2
1:00pm – WTA Singles Final
3:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open
3:30pm – ATP Doubles Final

Sunday, April 3
1:00pm – ATP Singles Final, WTA Doubles Final
5:00pm – Tennis Channel Live at the Miami Open
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2022 Week 14
Kickin' Up Some Clay

Time to recover from those sunshine double sunburns (unless you’re Iga Swiatek who only needs to recover from holding all these trophies), and get ready to start cleaning up on the clay! We officially transition to the clay season this week with four tournaments to getting us started. The WTA will hold its 500 event in Charleston as well as a 250 in Bogota, while the ATP will return to Houston and Marrakech with a 250 clay court event in each location.

Coverage for Charleston will be on Tennis Channel and TC Plus, while Bogota will be streamed on TC Plus. Houston will be streamed on ESPN 3 (requires ESPN cable log in) and TennisTV, and Marrakech will also be on Tennis TV. Note there does appear to be a live Center Court coverage block 6:00am Thursday so there may be some Marrakech matches aired on Tennis Channel. You can check out the full guide below and enjoy some clay court tennis!

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2022 Week 15
Tennis with a view

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We return to one of the most scenic tennis tournaments on the tour this week: Monte Carlo. The ATP 1000 tournament will kick off early Sunday morning and run throughout the week. On the WTA side of the tour, the Billie Jean King Cup will be featured starting Friday.

Coverage for both events will be on Tennis Channel, with streaming on Tennis TV and TC Plus. You can check out the full guide below. Enjoy the tennis!

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2022 Week 16
You get a Porsche, and you get a Porsche!

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It is a busy week on tour this week as the clay season has hit its full slide. We’ve got four tournaments on the docket for this week with the WTA in Istanbul and the fan favorite Stuttgart. The ATP will head to Barcelona and Belgrade.

Coverage for this week will be on Tennis Channel, with streaming on TC Plus and Tennis TV (ATP). Given the overlapping time zones, Tennis Channel will use its Center Court Coverage where they will jump around between tournaments throughout the morning hours, with afternoon and evening replays.

You can check out the full guide below, and as always enjoy the tennis!

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2022 Week 17-18
Hoping April Showers don't bring May Rain Delay

We will have three tournaments on the schedule this week with the ATP returning to Estoril and Munich, and the WTA kicking off things in Madrid. This week also was the launch of a joint ATP/WTA Live scores app. You can check it out for Apple and Android In addition to the new app, tennis fans have also had positive feedback on TNNS Live which has been filling the gap since the departure of the previous joint ATP/WTA scoring app.

As for the tennis this week, Tennis Channel will once again air all tournaments, starting with Estoril and Munich for the first half of the week. Madrid will then kick off on 4/28 starting with the WTA, and the ATP will begin in week two.

You can check out the full guide below but note coverage for week two may change so be sure to check back for updates!

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So. ESPN down here is showing, of course, Schwartzman/Giron. And Clerc says: "What a match Dimitrov and Tsitsipas are playing. What a tremendous match!"
Which they are not showing by choice. These people are incredible.
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2022 Week 20
In like a Rabat out like a Lyon

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After back-to-back 1000 level tournaments for both the WTA and ATP, the tour now moves to its final preparations for the second major of the year: Roland Garros. There are four tournaments on tap for players to fine tune their games with the ATP in Geneva and Lyon and the WTA returning to Rabat for the first time since 2019, and also playing in Strasbourg. In addition, qualifying for Roland Garros will also kick off this week.

Coverage will look similar with Tennis Channel and TC Plus/Tennis TV your place to be to catch all the action. Matches will start early morning and run throughout the day with Tennis Channel jumping between tournaments on its main channel.

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For those that at times complain of TC and other US tv channels.
ESPN just cut off transmitting ANY tennis, right at 3-2, Zverev in the first set. Why? Because they have to show football.
4 channels. Three are showing FA Premier matches, the 4th is showing the Italian league. Because, you know, screw tennis.
No wonder I hate football.
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ponchi101 wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 4:29 pm For those that at times complain of TC and other US tv channels.
ESPN just cut off transmitting ANY tennis, right at 3-2, Zverev in the first set. Why? Because they have to show football.
4 channels. Three are showing FA Premier matches, the 4th is showing the Italian league. Because, you know, screw tennis.
No wonder I hate football.
What was on the schedule? They don't have to set a schedule and at least somewhat stick to it? Or was the Zverev match extra coverage and so they felt okay cutting it off? The way they treat tennis there is quite interesting.
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Nah, they just programmed a few early hours, because football is king and queen here in S. America. I have to admit that they do this because that is what people watch.
But, cmon, you have 4 channels. At least show tennis in one. It is not as if this is the Walla Walla Invitational. This is a GS.
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2022 Week 24
Sweeping clay to mowing grass

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Jun 5
After two wild weeks and two new singles champs crowned, tennis is making the switch from the clay to the grass. We’ve got three tournaments on the docket this week with the WTA in Nottingham, the ATP in Stuttgart and a joint event in s-Hertogenbosch. Of note, the ATP Stuttgart event is being held for the first year after previously being a clay court event.

Coverage returns to Tennis Channel, TC Plus, and Tennis TV as well. Tennis Channel will air and stream Nottingham and s-Hertogenbosch, while Stuttgart will be on Tennis TV.

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Stuttgart has been on grass since 2015.
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2022 Week 24

Saying Hello to Halle!

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Jun 12

The grass season is in full swing with four tournaments on tap this week. The ATP will have tournaments in London and Halle, and the WTA will set up shop in Birmingham and Berlin.

Coverage for this week will continue to be on Tennis Channel and Tennis TV with all tournaments taking place on the Centre Court coverage block. As a result, Tennis Channel will jump around between matches on its main channel, with streaming options on TC Plus. Tennis TV will also stream both ATP events.

Check out the full guide below and enjoy the week!

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2022 Week 25
Return of a GOAT

We may have just gotten the clay out of our socks, but the years third major is already right around the corner. Wimbledon qualifying will kick off Monday and main draw action the following the week. Before we break out the strawberries and cream though, we’ve got a few more grass tournaments to get prepped for! There are three events this week, with the ATP and WTA kicking things off in Eastbourne. Eastbourne is also hosting the comeback of Serena Williams who has not played since Wimbledon 2021.

In addition, the ATP will have a tournament in Mallorca and the WTA in Bad Homburg. Coverage for all three events will be on Tennis Channel, TC Plus and TennisTV. Wimbledon Qualifying will also kick off Monday, with streaming on ESPN+ You can check out the full guide below!

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2022 Week 28
Hey...is that more clay?

After two wild Wimbledon weeks, we return to the tour with four events on tap this week. Not only are we heading back to the tour, we are also heading back to clay. Three out of the four events this week will be back on the dirt.

Coverage for the week will return to Tennis Channel, TC Plus and Tennis TV. Matches on Tennis Channel will be shown via the Center Court coverage block so they will jump around between multiple tournaments throughout the day. You can check out the full guide below and enjoy the tennis!


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