Week 29 (w/c 15 July): Newport, Bastad, Umag, Bucharest, Lausanne

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Naiktha Bains patnered with Naomi Broady for doubles at Wimbledon.


WTA International, BT Sport

We start this week with the Bucharest which is the only tournament being shown outside of the over-the-top streaming services.

Anastasija Sevastova is the defending champion and top seed for this 6th edition of the Bucharest Open.

Naiktha Bains and Francesca Jones were in the qualifying but both lost in the first round. Bains is playing doubles with Italian Anastasia Grymaslka.

Coverage is on BT Sport all week.

Mon 15 Jul 12:00 BT Sport 1
Tue 16 Jul 12:00 BT Sport 1
Wed 17 Jul 12:00 BT Sport 1
Thu 18 Jul 13:00 BT Sport 1
Fri 19 Jul 13:00 BT Sport 3
Sat 20 Jul 13:00 BT Sport 2
Sun 21 Jul 15:00 BT Sport ESPN


WTA International

The Swiss Open has moved from Gstaad where it has been for the past three years.

Julia Goerges is the top seed here. Coverage is only available on WTA TV.


ATP 250

There are three ATP 250 tournaments taking place this week and Newport, Rhode Island hosts the Hall of Fame Open, the only one on grass.

A wildcard has been awarded to Brit Alastair Gray who plays college tennis at Texas Christian University, the same school that Cameron Norrie played at, and recently qualified for the Surbiton Challenger.

Gray would play top seed John Isner if he wins his first ATP Tour match. Steve Johnson will defend his 2018 title.

Tennis TV has coverage of 23 matches from Monday.


ATP 250

Fabio Fognini is the top seed, and Marco Cecchinato the defending champion at the Croatia Open, played on clay.

This one is also on Tennis TV only.


ATP 250

The Swedish Open field is led by Cristian Garin, with the 2018 champion Fabio Fognini choosing to play in Umag this year instead.

Again, this is only available on Tennis TV.


Jan Choinski is playing the Challenger in Amersfoort, Netherlands.

Evan Hoyt has entered the Challenger in Gatineau, Canada on his ITF ranking.

Emily Webley-Smith has a bye into the second qualifying round at the W80 Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

Katie Swan and Tara Moore (qualifying) are due to play in Berkeley, California, a W60, as of the last update on Thursday.

Head to the details listings page for day to day updates on coverage and entries as far ahead as known.

Read more about how to watch tennis on telly in 2019.

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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 free streaming at http://livestream.com/ATP. You can get links to all the matches by following @ATPChallLive on twitter which will tweet them out in advance.

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