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  1. #76

    Re: Tennis on TV 2019

    When the Disney streaming service, Disney Plus, launches, they're offering a bundle with Hulu, Disney Plus, and ESPN+ for $13. I already have Hulu for $6, so it's only $7 more for Disney Plus and ESPN+. I'll definitely get it eventually. I'm just not sure if I'll get it right away, or wait until before the French Open next year, when there's a bunch of tennis that's difficult to stream. (I always think it's really easy to find Australian tennis on Youtube, or their own website.)

    Does anyone have ESPN+? Do you ever use it for anything besides slams?

  2. #77

    Re: Tennis on TV 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie02123 View Post

    Does anyone have ESPN+? Do you ever use it for anything besides slams?
    In general, no. Which is why I don't keep it year-round. I believe outside of grand slam tennis, they offer over a dozen World Team Tennis matches but not much else when it comes to our sport. If you follow other sports especially MLS or UFC, it's good. Pretty good for NHL fans. Or if you like any of their original programming like 30 for 30 or Kobe's show or Peyton's new one (a rip off of Kobe's), then it might be good. They do offer a lot of college stuff, but it's something you'd want to check out if they have what you like.

    However, it does not give access to the majority of what it shows on ESPN which means no Monday Night Football, no NBA games and while they do have MLB games, it is a very small amount in the grand scheme of what MLB has going on every day. If it airs on an ESPN channel, it basically won't be available for the most part on ESPN+ when it's one of the top 4 sports, but also I think with college football, maybe NCAAB as well, they take this approach.

    So really will depend on your interests. It might be worth to have it. I know about the Disney+ launch deal and it's a great one that's worth considering. For me, I do commercial-less Hulu and I'll keep subscribing 3 times during the year to ESPN+ and canceling promptly after the grand slam comes to a close and hope there's something in the additional two weeks that might be worth watching.

  3. #78

    Re: Tennis on TV 2019

    I really want to see this fiba world cup of basketball, but you need to pay for espn+ Its annoying but I wouldnt give them anymore money than you already are

  4. #79

    Re: Tennis on TV 2019

    2019 Week 37

    We said goodbye to the 2019 slam season this week, but as we know, tennis never stops! This week the WTA has tournaments in Zhengzhou, Hiroshima City, and Nanchang

    Tennis Channel is also airing USTA Pro Circuit Coverage each afternoon.
    There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life.

    ― Frank Zappa

  5. #80

    Re: Tennis on TV 2019

    2019 Week 38

    September 13, 2019
    metz, st. petersburg, guangzhou, week 38, 2019, osaka


    Welcome to week 38, tennis watchers! The post US Open swing ramps up with five tournaments on the docket this week. The ATP will be in Metz and St. Petersburg, while the WTA kicks of the Asian swing in Osaka, Seoul, and Guangzhou.

    The Laver Cup is also being held this week. Tennis Channel will air the Laver Cup matches live each morning starting Friday.

    As always, keep checking this page for updates throughout the week.
    There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life.

    ― Frank Zappa

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