The French Open is also referred to as Roland-Garros which is held over two weeks between May and early June. All matches are held at the Stade Roland-Garros court in Paris. The court is named after Roland Garros, a French aviator. It is a clay court and considered the premier clay court championship and the second of the four-yearly Grand Slam tournaments. The other three Grand Slam events are the Australian Open, US Open, and Wimbledon. Interestingly the Roland Garros is the only major open played on a clay court. If anything it is considered the most physically demanding tournament.

French Open fans would traditionally gather in the living room to watch matches live. But thanks to the internet now you can live stream the French open from any device.

Watch French Open Online Using the Official RG App and Website

The official website is where tennis fans can load up on all the latest news, photos and player bios. The RG app as it’s called is available for iOS and Android devices, though it serves up pretty much the same thing as the website apart from the live scores and a social media platform. So, if you were wondering if it’s possible to live stream French Open matches live with the app, then that is not an option available just yet. Though if live streaming is something you want then consider the cord-cutting services below.

Live Stream French Open with DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW is AT&T’s cord-cutting service which along with dozens of other channels live streams ESPN, Fox Sports and the Tennis Channel all of which broadcast the French Open live. The service has apps for Android, iOS, Xbox One, and Chromecast, etc. so subscribers can stream on the go. Plus, since there is no long-term commitment you can decide to unsubscribe once the French Open comes to a close!

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Live Stream French Open Online with Sling TV

Sling TV is a slightly cheaper cord-cutting service with the basic package starting at just $20 a month. Like all decent services, they have apps for just about every major smart device, making it possible to stream the French Open on the go. Though despite being cheaper they have all the sports channels you’ll need to live stream the French Open. So, give the service a shot via the link below.

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Other Methods of Live Streaming the French Open Online for Free

The French Open is watched by millions from across the world and generates billions in revenue, so anyone who thinks they can stream it legally and free doesn’t know what they’re talking about. The same goes for scam websites that promise visitors free streaming. That said if you do happen to successfully stream the French Open for free it’s considered piracy because it breaches copyright law. So, you could probably end up watching the next few Grand Slams in prison…and that is if you’re lucky!