Week 42 (w/c 13 October): Antwerp, Stockholm, Moscow, Luxembourg

It’s the final week of the regular WTA tour and all this week’s tournaments are on indoor hard courts.

Cameron Norrie reached the second round in Antwerp last year where he was beaten by Diego Schwartzman.


ATP 250, Amazon Prime Video

We start in Belgium at the European Open where Andy Murray and Cameron Norrie will be flying the flag on Tuesday’s special “British Night”.

Kyle Edmund is the last Brit to have won a tournament at tour level, doing that here last year. This time round he made a late decision to play qualifying and lost in the first round. Last year’s runner-up Gael Monfils is the top seed.

Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram are the second seed in doubles, with Cameron Norrie partnering Kwon Soon-woo.

Coverage is on Amazon Prime Video of all centre court singles matches from Antwerp’s Lotto Arena. It’s also on Belgian television in Dutch, through VRT’s free Sporza channel from Wednesday.


ATP 250

The 50th edition of the Stockholm Open sees Dan Evans seeded 8th in a field headed up by Fabio Fognini. Stefanos Tsitsipas won here last year but is not defending his title.

Luke Bambridge and Jonny O’Mara hold the doubles title and both return with different partners. Bambridge is with Ben McLachlan of Japan, while O’Mara teams up with Ken SkupskiDominic Inglot is also here with Austin Krajicek.

Centre court singles matches from the Kungliga tennishallen are only on Tennis TV, starting with Dan Evans v Bernard Tomic on Monday.


ATP 250 and WTA Premier, BT Sport

The Kremlin Cup is a combined ATP and WTA event which this year moves from Moscow’s Olympic Stadium to a covered ice rink at the Ice Palace Krylatskoye.

Karen Khachanov is the top seed and defending champion in the ATP draw. Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski are seeded second in the doubles.

The women’s event is bigger of the two draws. Elina Svitolina is the top seed and 2018 champion Daria Kasatkina returns.

Johanna Konta did enter Moscow but withdrew with an ongoing knee injury.

The ATP matches are only on Tennis TV, while BT Sport has coverage of WTA matches all week.

Mon 14 Oct 09:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Tue 15 Oct 12:30
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Wed 16 Oct 09:00
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Thu 17 Oct 09:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 3
Fri 18 Oct 10:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Sat 19 Oct 11:00 BT Sport 3
Sun 20 Oct 13:00 BT Sport 3


WTA International, BT Sport

Eden Silva reached the second qualifying round of the BGL Luxembourg Open on Sunday. She will partner Naomi Broady in the doubles.

Julia Goerges is the defending champion and is seeded second behind Elise Mertens.

BT Sport also has coverage from the Kockelscheuer Sport Centre all week.

Mon 14 Oct 12:00 BT Sport 2
Tue 15 Oct 11:00 BT Sport 3
Wed 16 Oct 11:00 BT Sport 3
Thu 17 Oct 11:00
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Fri 18 Oct 11:00
BT Sport 3
BT Sport Extra 2
Sat 19 Oct 15:00 BT Sport 3
Sun 20 Oct 15:30 BT Sport 3


This week you’ll find Jan Choinski, Evan Hoyt and James Ward competing in Ismaning, Germany.

Liam Broady, Jack Draper, Ryan Peniston and Lloyd Glasspool all made the main draw entry list of the Las Vegas Challenger but the draw has yet to take place.

Harriet Dart is expected to play the W100 event in Suzhou, China, where Emily Webley-Smith is play qualifying on Monday.

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. The 2020 article is coming after the US Open.

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.

You can also find daily updates on the Tennis on telly page on Facebook. You can find details of all live coverage, re-runs and highlights over the next 7 days on the Calendar.

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.

Tournaments that are part of the USTA Pro-Circuit series may be streamed at http://livestream.com/procircuit as well as or instead of the ITF website. If I am aware of other streams for any other tournaments I will share them on twitter.