Week 31 (w/c 29 July): Washington, Los Cabos, Kitzbuhel, San Jose

This week is considered by many to be the proper start of the American hard court swing in the lead up to next month’s US Open.

Katie Boulter reached the second round in Washington last year.


ATP 500 and WTA International, Amazon Prime Video and BT Sport

The Citi Open in Washington is a combined men’s and women’s event.

Kyle Edmund is seeded here and has a bye into the second round. Dan Evans is also competing in singles. Alexander Zverev has chosen not to defend his title, and Stefanos Tsitsipas is the top seed.

Last year Edmund was knocked out in the second round by Andy Murray who then withdrew before his quarter final. Andy Murray is back this year – not in singles – but partnering brother Jamie Murray who won the title last year with Bruno Soares.

Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram also play in the doubles draw.

Naomi Broady was the sole British entrant in the women’s competition this year, losing in the first qualifying round.

Svetlana Kuznetsova has had problems getting a US visa and so is unable to defend her title; Sloane Stephens is the top seed. At the time of writing the women’s doubles draw had not yet been made.

Amazon Prime Video has multi-court coverage of the men’s single matches while the WTA coverage is on BT Sport each night.

Mon 29 Jul 18:00 BT Sport 3
Tue 30 Jul 18:00
BT Sport Extra 2
BT Sport 2
Wed 31 Jul 18:00
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Thu 1 Aug 19:00 BT Sport 2
Fri 2 Aug 19:00 BT Sport 3
Sat 3 Aug 18:00* BT Sport Extra 2
Sun 4 Aug 19:00* BT Sport 3

Los Cabos

ATP 250, Amazon Prime Video

The Los Cabos Open has tempted Cameron Norrie back for another go after losing to eventual champion Fabio Fognini in the semi finals last year. Fognini is also this year’s top seed.

Norrie will also partner local Gerardo Lopez Villasenor in doubles, where top seeds are Dominic Inglot and Austin Krajicek.

Amazon Prime Video will have live coverage of the Centre Court singles matches.


ATP 250

The very last ATP Tour tournament to be played on clay this year is in Kitzbuhel, Austria.

Dominic Thiem is the top seed for the contest that Martin Klizan won last year.

Tennis TV is the only outlet for this one, with coverage of 17 matches.

San Jose

WTA Premier, BT Sport

It’s a second visit to San Jose for the WTA Tour’s Silicon Valley Classic.

Heather Watson will be playing here, and last year’s winner Mihaela Buzarnescu could play top seed Elina Svitolina in the second round.

The doubles draw had not yet been made at the time of writing. BT Sport has live coverage every night.

Mon 29 Jul 18:00
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Tue 30 Jul 18:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Wed 31 Jul 19:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Thu 1 Aug 19:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Fri 2 Aug 20:00
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Sat 3 Aug 22:00*
BT Sport 3
BT Sport 1
Sun 4 Aug 00:00 (Mon)* BT Sport 1


Jay Clarke is seeded and has a bye into the second round in Liberec, Czech Republic. Likewise for Brydan Klein in Chengdu, China and Jan Choinski in Sopot, Poland.

Liam Broady is seeded in Lexington, Kentucky, where Lloyd Glasspool and Evan Hoyt also made the main draw. Katie Swan entered the W60 event in Lexington, while Emily Webley-Smith is expected to play qualifying there.

In the M25 tournament at the National Tennis Centre, Roehampton you can find Paul Jubb, Jack Draper, Aidan McHugh, Mark Whitehouse, Neil Pauffley, Luke Johnson, George Loffhagen and Ewan Moore with direct acceptance into the main draw, with a few more expected to join them and many more playing qualifying on Monday.

Likewise there are many Brits on the acceptance list for the W25 Woking, at Foxhill Club. Naiktha Bains, Gabirella Taylor, Samantha Murray, Emily Appleton, Amanda Carreras and Alice Gillan are those who had made the main draw by Thursday’s cut-off.

If there is live streaming of either of these events on home soil I will mention it on twitter, but even better if you are able to get there yourself to support these players.


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.

Any late changes to these schedules, where I am able to, will be included on the homepage of the website and tweeted at @tennisontelly. They will be marked with a * above if details have changed since this article was published.

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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.

Some ITF events are streamed free at http://live.itftennis.com/en/ and on the ITF Pro Circuit Scores app on Apple and Android. Check out the @ITFLive twitter account which will automatically tweet details of streamed matches a few hours ahead.