w/c 30 July: Washington, San Jose, Los Cabos, Kitzbuhel

The American hard court season is in full swing, and that means some late nights for British tennis fans.


Combined ATP 500 and WTA International, Sky Sports and BT Sport

First to the Citi Open where Kyle EdmundAndy MurrayKatie Swan and Katie Boulter are all in action, with Harriet Dart hoping to join them through qualifying.

There’s British representation in the doubles draws from Jamie Murray with Bruno Soares, while Harriet Dart partners Prarthana Thombare.

Last year’s men’s edition was won by Sascha Zverev who is the top men’s seed this year. Top women’s seed is Caroline Wozniacki, and Ekaterina Makarova returns to defend her title too.

Coverage is on Sky Sports and BT Sport all week so here’s the details for both.  Andy Murray plays Mackenzie McDonald on Monday night with the winner to play Kyle Edmund in the second round.

Mon 30 21:30 Sky Sports Arena 19:30 BT Sport ESPN
Tue 31 21:30 Sky Sports Arena 19:30 BT Sport 3
Wed 1 21:30 Sky Sports Arena 19:30 BT Sport 3
Thu 2 21:30 Sky Sports Arena 19:00 BT Sport ESPN
Fri 3 19:00
0:00 (Sat)
Sky Sports Arena
Sky Sports Arena
19:00 BT Sport 3
Sat 4 19:00
0:00 (Sun)
Sky Sports Red Button
Sky Sports Arena
2:00 (Sun)
BT Sport 3
BT Sport 3
Sun 5 20:00 Sky Sports Arena 22:00 BT Sport 2

San Jose

WTA Premier, BT Sport

New venue: San Jose, new name: Silicon Valley Classic; this tournament replaces Stanford on the WTA calendar.

Johanna Konta and Heather Watson are competing. Both are playing doubles too, with Konta partnering Zhang Shuai, and Watson with Mihaela Buzarnescu.

Madison Keys was Stanford’s final champion, and she is second seed here this year behind Garbine Muguruza.

This one’s also on BT Sport. Jo Konta’s match against Serena Williams is on Tuesday night.

Mon 30 18:00 BT Sport 3
Tue 31 18:00 BT Sport 2
Wed 1 19:00
3:00 (Thu)
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Thu 2 19:00
3:00 (Fri)
BT Sport 3
BT Sport 3
Fri 3 20:00
3:00 (Sat)
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Sat 4 21:00
3:00 (Sun)
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Sun 5 22:00 BT Sport 1

Los Cabos

ATP 250

The Abierto Mexicano – or Mexican Open – takes place in Los Cabos.

Cameron Norrie joins top seed Juan Martin del Potro and defending champion Sam Querrey in the draw. Luke Bambridge and Jonny O’Mara in the doubles, as is Joe Salisbury with Jonathan Erlich.

Coverage is only on Tennis TV who are covering 15 matches, late at night into the early hours of the morning for us here in Britain.



ATP 250

Some players just can’t get enough of clay. No surprises then that Dominic Thiem is top seed at the Generali Open in his home country. Philipp Kohlshcreiber won here last year.

Like Los Cabos, it’s only on Tennis TV, who have 17 matches throughout the week.

Dublin: a quick mention here that like last year, the final of the combined ITF event in Dublin will be shown on Irish channel TG4 on Sunday from 15:00.

You can watch TG4 online worldwide if you’re not on the island of Ireland.

See the update of the 16 July 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.