The ATP Cup 2021 will start in a couple of days. And given the coronavirus pandemic, most of the fans will be watching the tournament live on their televisions or other digital devices. So here are the broadcast details of the first major ATP event of the 2021 calendar.
The ATP Cup will run from the 2nd of February to the 6th of February and will be held in Melbourne Park, Australia. And it will feature the likes of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic representing their respective countries.
ATP has tried its best to retain the broadcasters for the shortened ATP Cup. With top-ranked players all playing, many broadcasters are broadcasting the ATP Cup around the world. For the audience in Australia and the Oceanic regions, Channel 9 will broadcast the ATP Cup.
Where to watch ATP Cup 2021 in the USA and Canada?
Starting from North America, The Sports Network(TSN) will broadcast the ATP Cup in Canada, whereas the Tennis Channel will broadcast in the USA.
Moving over to South America, ESPN will broadcast the ATP Cup. In Brazil, BandSports will also feature the ATP Cup.
Where can Spanish and Serbian fans watch Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic?
For the British Audience, ATP Cup will be on Amazon Prime Video. Further in France, beIN Sports will telecast the ATP Cup. The Spanish fans can watch Nadal and the Spanish team on Movistar.
In the other parts of Europe, Sky Deutschland will broadcast the ATP Cup in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.
For Djokovic‘s fans and other tennis lovers in the Balkans, IKO Sportklub will broadcast the ATP Cup.
Where to watch ATP Cup 2021 in different parts of Asia?
Moving over to the Indian subcontinent, Discovery will broadcast the ATP Cup. In China, iQiyi will have the ATP Cup. The Japanese tennis fans can tune onto TV Asahi for the ATP Cup.
In the other parts of Asia, Fox will broadcast the ATP Cup. ATP Tennis TV and Facebook will have the ATP Cup in the Middle East and North Africa. The other parts of Africa can enjoy the ATP Cup on SuperSport.
Tennis fans can also catch the ATP Cup live stream on TennisTV.com. And free ball-to-ball coverage can also be availed on the ATP Tennis Radio.
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