Where to follow tennis in June

June is the start of the grass season, with tournaments in the UK in the build-up to Wimbledon, but there is the French Open to complete first.

As we head into June, there are only two Brits left in the French Open singles. Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund will be hoping to make it beyond the second round.

Daily live coverage from Roland-Garros is on Eurosport 1 and 2 with multi-court coverage and a press conference stream on Eurosport Player. The best of each day’s action is live and free-to-air on ITV4, with the finals on ITV on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June.

From Monday 12th June, Eurosport cover the ATP tournament in Stuttgart, and the WTA Aegon Open in Nottingham all week featuring Johanna Konta and Heather Watson. BT Sport are showing the women’s matches from the Ricoh Open in s’Hertogenbosch; the men’s matches will only be on Tennis TV, and Aljaz Bedene is competing there.

Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans have been given wildcards for the Aegon Championships, joining Andy Murray at Queen’s Club in London, from 19th June on Eurosport and the BBC. Eurosport will also show the Aegon Classic in Birmingham where Johanna Konta and Heather Watson are on the entry list.

In the same week, Sky Sports will show ATP Halle where Bedene is third alternate at the time of writing, and BT Sport will broadcast WTA Mallorca.

In the week before Wimbledon, starting 26th June, Eastbourne will be shown on Eurosport, with WTA matches also on the BBC. Edmund, Bedene, Evans and Konta are competing there. There is also an ATP event in Antalya, Turkey which will be on Tennis TV only.

For the first time, Wimbledon qualifiers from Roehampton will be broadcast on the BBC after they, with ESPN, reached a deal with the AELTC. Full details have yet to be announced but it is expected to be shown online.

Wimbledon is a week later than in last year’s tennis calendar, starting on 3 July.

ATP London (Queen’s) and ATP Eastbourne will be blocked on Tennis TV for UK viewers.