The BBC will show the Davis Cup, while the ATP Tour continues on Sky Sports, and WTA action is on BT Sport. Here are the full details…
April in the tennis world begins with the finals in Miami. Johanna Konta made women’s final, which is on Saturday 1 April at 18:00 on BT Sport 2 with a chance for non-subscribers to watch on BT Showcase – Freeview channel 59 – on Sunday at 20:00.
The men’s doubles final is Saturday at midnight on Sky Sports 1, with the final on Sunday at 18:00 on Sky Sports 3.
Following her early exit in Miami, Heather Watson will defend her title in Monterrey, Mexico. She is joined by Naomi Broady in the main draw of the International event, while Tara Moore and Samantha Murray compete in qualifying. Johanna Konta will contest a strong field in Charleston, where Amanda Carreras is qualifying. Both tournaments are on BT Sport, starting on Monday 3 April.
Andy Murray is out of Great Britain’s Davis Cup tie against France in Rouen due to the elbow injury which forced him to withdraw from Miami. Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund have been called up for singles with Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot in for doubles. Coverage of the tie is across BBC One and Two between Friday 7 and Sunday 9 April. The Davis Cup Super Feed will be available on the BBC Sport website, app and connected red button throughout the weekend for coverage of the other three quarter final ties.
Murray is still scheduled to play Roger Federer in The Match for Africa, an exhibition taking place in Zurich on Monday 10 April, shown on Eurosport 1.
There are two ATP 250 events week commencing Monday 10 April, with no Brits currently entered. Heather Watson is competing in Biel, Switzerland the same week, with coverage on BT Sport along with the tournament in Bogotá.
The ATP tour’s clay season starts with the Monte Carlo Masters on Monday 17 April, where Murray is hoped to return to the court along with Evans and Edmund, with coverage across Sky Sports.
GB’s Fed Cup team travel to Constanta, Romania on the weekend of 22-23 April, and this will covered by BT Sport, as well as being available on the BBC Sport website.
The week beginning Monday 24 April sees an ATP 500 event in Barcelona on Sky Sports – with most of the tournament available on Sky Sports Mix also – Evans and Edmund have entered here.
The same week sees the controversial return of Maria Sharapova in the WTA Premier event in Stuttgart, which will be on BT Sport. No Brits are competing there but Heather Watson is on the list of alternates for Istanbul in the same week, on BT Sport from the quarter finals on Thursday 27th.
The ATP Challenger Tour has official streaming on its website.
29 March – Monterrey entries, Davis Cup team, Istanbul coverage.
1 April – Miami final, Charleston entries, Davis Cup Super Feed, The Match for Africa.
8 April – Fed Cup