w/c 23 July: Hamburg, Atlanta, Gstaad, Moscow, Nanchang

Britain’s Cam Norrie is among those starting their American hard court season this week in Atlanta, while there are tournaments in Europe and Asia also.


ATP 500, Sky Sports

The biggest tournament this week is the German Tennis Championships, played on clay.

Dominic Thiem leads the field which includes last year’s champion Leonardo Mayer. Dom Inglot and Franko Skugor are playing here in the doubles.

Sky Sports has coverage from Hamburg all week, with the first semi final and the final available on Sky Sports Mix for those who don’t subscribe to their sports channels.

Mon 23 10:00 Sky Sports Arena
Tue 24 10:00 Sky Sports Arena
Wed 25 10:00 Sky Sports Arena
Thu 26 10:00 Sky Sports Arena
Fri 27 10:00 Sky Sports Arena
Sat 28 11:00
Sky Sports Arena
Sky Sports Mix
Sky Sports Arena
Sun 29 14:00
Sky Sports Arena
Sky Sports Arena Red Button
Sky Sports Mix


ATP 250

The hard court US Open Series begins with the BB&T Atlanta Open.

Cam Norrie is the only Brit in the singles draw where the top seed is John Inser who won it last year.

Norrie also plays doubles with Taylor Fritz, and other Brits in Atlanta are Luke Bambridge with Jonny O’Mara, Ken Skupski partnering Purav Raja, and Joe Salisbury teams up with Jonathan Erlich.

Coverage of the latter stages only on Tennis TV, who are showing two quarter finals on Thursday, then the semis and final.


ATP 250

The Swiss Open entry list is topped by last year’s champion Fabio Fognini.

Tennis TV is also the only place to catch the end of this clay tournament; as with Atlanta they’re only showing matches from the final three days.


WTA International, BT Sport

The Moscow River Cup is a new addition to the WTA calendar this year, replacing the women’s event in Bastad.

Julia Goerges is the top seed and BT Sport have coverage all week.

Mon 23 8:00 BT Sport 2
Tue 24 8:00
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Wed 25 9:00 BT Sport 2
Thu 26 9:00 BT Sport 2
Fri 27 9:00 BT Sport 3
Sat 28 11:00 BT Sport ESPN
Sun 29 13:30 BT Sport 3


WTA International, BT Sport

Peng Shuai is the defending champion at the Jiangxi Open in Nanchang, China, but withdrew before this year’s competition.

The top seed this time round is Zhang Shuai, and it’s also on BT Sport.

Mon 23 10:00 BT Sport 3
Tue 24 10:00 BT Sport 3
Wed 25 10:00 BT Sport 1
Thu 26 10:00 BT Sport 3
Fri 27 9:00 BT Sport ESPN
Sat 28 10:00 BT Sport 3
Sun 29 10:00 BT Sport 3

See last week’s update for information on World Team Tennis live streaming.

Check Tennis TV and WTA TV for details of  the matches they are covering, at https://www.tennistv.com/live/schedule and http://www.wtatv.com/schedule

ATP Challenger events have official live streaming at http://livestream.com/ATP. Some ITF Women and Futures are streamed at http://live.itftennis.com/en/ and on the ITF Pro Circuit Scores app on Apple and Android.

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.

You can find details of all live coverage, re-runs and highlights over the next 7 days on the Calendar.