Thanks for reaching out.

We’ve received your message
and will respond within 24 hours.

Close
We're sorry, Teeveeing doesn't operate in your region.
You won't be able to watch or record live TV with our service.
Home > Sports Events > Watch UK Tennis live abroad.

Watch UK Tennis live abroad.

Tennis is a hugely popular sport with a rich history that dates back to the 12th century. It is a game that requires precision, athleticism, and mental strength, and its appeal transcends borders, cultures, and ages. From the prestigious Grand Slam tournaments to the thrilling matches of the ATP and WTA tours, tennis offers a wide range of formats that cater to sall level of interest and skill. Whether you’re a passionate fan or a novice player, there are countless fascinating facts and trivia to discover about tennis’s past and present, and we’re thrilled to share some of our favorites with you.

Pssst. You can watch many UK tennis matches while travelling of living abroad with a Teeveeing Membership. Membership starts from just €5.99 a month for annual membership.

Tennis: A brief history.

Tennis has been a part of the UK’s sporting culture for many decades. With its origins dating back to the late 19th century, tennis has evolved into a much-loved sport, enjoyed by millions of people across the country.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced player, you’re never to far from a tennis court. This accessibility has contributed to the sport’s popularity and has helped it to become a staple of the British sporting landscape.

Tennis is steeped in tradition and history in the UK. The All England Club, which hosts the Wimbledon Championships, is one of the most famous and prestigious tennis venues in the world and has been a part of the British sporting landscape since 1877. This long and rich history has helped to create a deep connection between the UK and tennis, with millions of people following the sport and its major events each year.

The different types of Tennis.

  • Singles: This is the most common form of tennis played, where two players compete against each other on opposite sides of the court.
  • Doubles: In doubles, two players occupy each side of the court, working togeher to compete against an opposing team of two players. The game requires good teamwork and coordination.
  • Mixed Doubles: This is a form of doubles play, where one male and one female player compete against another team with the same format.
  • Wheelchair Tennis: This form of tennis is designed for individuals with disabilities, where players use specially designed wheelchairs to play on the court.
  • Grass Court Tennis: This type of tennis is played on grass, and it is a traditional form of the sport played at Wimbledon.
  • Clay Court Tennis: Clay court tennis is played on a slower surface than other courts, which can change the pace of the game.
  • Hard Court Tennis: This is a popular type of tennis played on a variety of surfaces, including asphalt, concrete, and synthetic materials.
  • Beach Tennis: This is a popular variation of tennis played on the beach with a slightly modified ball and racket, and is becoming more and more popular around the world.

Why Tennis is so popular.

Tennis is a sport that is enjoyed by people from all walks of life. Whether you are a young person, an older adult, a professional athlete, or simply someone who enjoys playing games and staying active, tennis has something to offer. This wide appeal has helped to attract a large and diverse group of people to the sport, making it one of the most popular and inclusive activities in the UK.

Tennis is a sport that is widely covered by the media in the UK. This coverage has helped to raise awareness of the sport and its key events, encouraging more people to get involved and follow the sport. From live TV broadcasts of the major tournaments to online coverage and analysis, tennis is a sport that is well-represented in the UK media and has helped to maintain its popularity over the years.

Tennis is a popular sport in the UK for many reasons, including its accessibility, wide appeal, rich history, and extensive media coverage. Whether you are a seasoned player or just starting out, tennis is a sport that has something to offer, making it a staple of the British sporting landscape for many years to come.

UK Tennis trivia.

  • The Wimbledon Championships is the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. It has been held annually since 1877 and is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments.
  • The Wimbledon Championships is the only Grand Slam tournament that is still played on grass. The grass court can change the pace and style of play, making it a unique and exciting experience for players and fans.
  • Virginia Wade was the last British woman to win the singles title at Wimbledon in 1977, while Andy Murray was the first British man since Fred Perry in 1936 to win the Wimbledon title in 2013.
  • Wimbledon has a tradition of strawberries and cream, which is a favorite snack among fans. It is estimated that over 28,000 kg of strawberries are consumed during the tournament each year.
  • The longest tennis match in history was played at Wimbledon in 2010 between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut. The match lasted for 11 hours and 5 minutes, with the final set ending at 70-68 in Isner’s favor.
  • The Centre Court at Wimbledon has a seating capacity of 15,000, making it one of the largest tennis venues in the world.
  • The All England Lawn Tennis Club, which hosts the Wimbledon Championships, is the only tennis club that is allowed to use the word “lawn” in its name.
  • Fred Perry was the last British man to win three consecutive Wimbledon Championships, from 1934 to 1936. He also won the Davis Cup three times for Great Britain.

Major Tennis Events in 2023.

All televised events on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Red Button can be viewed with a Teeveeing membership.
Sign up today and get unlimited TV time and 20x 7-day recordings.

Date
Event
Time
Channel
April 14
2023 Billie Jean King Cup
?
28 May-11 June
French Open
?
19th - 25th June 2023
Cinch Championships (Queen’s Club Championships)
?
3-16 July
Wimbledon
?
28th August – 10th Sept
US Open
?
September 22-24, 2023
Laver Cup
?
29 December 2022 – November 2023
2023 WTA Tour
?
3 February – 26 November 2023
2023 Davis Cup
?
16/10/2023 to 22/10/2023
European Open
?
30th Oct – 5th Nov
Rolex Paris Masters 2023
?
January 2024
2024 Australian Open
?
January 2024
2024 United Cup
?

How do I watch UK tennis matches while living or travelling abroad?

Keeping up with the latest UK tennis action while living or travelling abroad is easy with Teeveeing. Teeveeing provides an easy and affordable way to access 60+ free-to-air UK TV channels including BBC One and BBC Red Button where many tennis matches are shown.

Sign up for a free membership and get 15 min of TV a day, free! If you want unlimited TV time or use multiple devices to watch UK TV abroad, consider upgrading to a paid membership which costs from €5.99 a month!

What if I want to record the tennis matches?

Perhaps you are running late and can’t watch the live broadcast. Or you might just want to record the program and watch it at your leisure.

Don’t worry, we’ve got it covered. All Teeveeing memberships come with free recordings*; 10 hours for our free trial membership, and up to 20 hours for our paid Expat TV and Family TV memberships.

*recordings provided by Later

Want to try Teeveeing before you buy?
Sign up for a free trial and enjoy 120+ live channels.