This week the ATP and WTA tours continue in Asia, with three tournaments in China, and one in Uzbekistan.
The ATP tournaments first, Chengdu is on Eurosport from the quarter-finals (although only two of them will be shown):
|Fri 29||7:00-11:00||Eurosport 1|
|Sat 30||7:00-11:00||Eurosport 1|
|Sun 1||9:30-11:30||Eurosport 1|
Shengzhen is live on FreeSports from Wednesday to the semi-finals Saturday:
The final will not be shown live on Sunday (it’s at 8:00), but will be shown delayed at 15:30.
The WTA tour in Wuhan starts tomorrow on BT Sport:
|BT Sport Extra 1 🔴
BT Sport 1
BT Sport Extra 1 🔴
|Mon 25||5:30-15:30||BT Sport 1|
|Tue 26||5:30-15:30||BT Sport 1|
|Wed 27||5:30-15:30||BT Sport 1|
|Thu 28||7:30-15:30||BT Sport 1|
|Fri 29||10:30-14:30||BT Sport 1|
BT Sport 3
Note that on the first day, the coverage starts on BT Sport Extra 1 – via the red button on Sky and Virgin Media – until the final from Tokyo is completed, and it goes back there 11:15 to make way for football.
Tashkent is also on BT Sport:
|Mon 25||6:00-12:00||BT Sport 2|
|Tue 26||6:00-12:00||BT Sport 2|
|Wed 27||6:00-12:00||BT Sport 2|
|Thu 28||6:00-14:00||BT Sport 2|
|Fri 29||7:00-11:00||BT Sport 2|
BT Sport 2
Any late changes to these schedules, where I am able to, will be included on the homepage of the website and tweeted at @Tennis_UKTV.
ATP Challenger events have official live streaming at http://livestream.com/ATP.