Tokyo Olympics 2021 Tennis TV Guide, Dates, Seeds, Entry List

The 2021 Tokyo Olympic Tennis Event will take place at the Ariake Tennis Park on Saturday, July 24th to Sunday, August 1st. The tournament will be played on hard courts. Play starts at 11:00 a.m. local on the first six days of the event and then 12:00 p.m. for the last three days. According to WTA Tennis website, The women’s singles gold medal and bronze medal matches, as well as the women’s doubles bronze medal match and mixed doubles bronze medal match will be played on Saturday, July 31, starting at noon.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Tennis Live Streaming + TV Channel Details, Broadcast Rights

The Sony Pictures Networks India has been awarded the broadcast rights in India and its subcontinent for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. It will provide television coverage on Sony and live streaming through their SonyLiv app and website with a premium subscription. Jio users can enjoy live streaming of Olympics for free on Jio TV app. DD Sports will also televise all Indian matches of Olympics 2021. DD sports is free to air channel in India.

In Australia, Seven West Media secured the exclusive Australian free-to-air and subscription broadcast television rights, as well as radio rights with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) through until 2020. CBC/Radio-Canada, Canada’s Olympic network will telecast event for Canadian audiences. CBC’s detailed coverage of Tokyo 2020 will feature live broadcasts from every venue and include every Canadian medal-winning moment, with more than 3775 hours of live coverage on multiple platforms and it also partners with TSN and Sportsnet to provide live event coverage, giving audiences multiple options as to what to watch on TV each day.

Channel 7 hold the exclusive broadcast rights to the Tokyo Olympics and the coverage will be spread across the network’s channels — 7, 7TWO and 7mate. The coverage will also be streamed via 7plus, with a 24/7 live stream and a dedicated Olympic channel throughout the games. 7plus will also be free once you sign up with an email address and some personal details.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded broadcast rights in Africa for the next four editions of the Olympic Games. DStv SuperSport, Econet Media and the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has secured free-to-air rights to provide detailed coverage in the Sub-Saharan.

In the United Kingdom the BBC will be sole broadcaster of the games. BBC One and BBC Two will broadcast more than 350 hours of action live from Tokyo, covering all 33 sports, while a second live stream will be available on BBC iPlayer. The Tokyo 2020 Tokyo Games also going to be live on Eurosport.

NBCUniversal, the parent company of CNBC will show more than 7,000 hours of content from the Tokyo Olympics across its networks and streaming platforms. NBCUniversal will air more than 7,000 hours of Olympics coverage including the USA men’s basketball team’s chase for a 16th gold medal, women’s basketball, women’s soccer, swimming and gymnastics featuring USA champion Simone Biles. More than 5,000 hours will stream on NBColympics website. In addition, cable sports network NBCSN will broadcast more than 440 hours and USA Network more than 380 hours on USA Network. The Olympic Channel will show Team USA competitions, including wrestling and tennis. The Golf Channel will show golf events, and Telemundo Deportes will air competitions in Spanish language.

European fans can watch live coverage of Summer Olympics on Discovery, Inc. and Eurosport. German spectators can watch TV telecast of Tokyo summer Olympics 2021 on ARD and ZDF TV channels as well as on its digital platform that include official website and apps. Host Japan sports enthusiasts can enjoy live streaming of Olympics 2021 on Japan Consortium TV channel.


TV Channel/Broadcast Rights

Armenia APMTV
Asia Dentsu
Australia Seven Network
Austria ORF
Argentina TyC Sports
Barbados CBC
Belarus Belteleradio
Belgium VRT, RTBF
Bolivia Bolivisión
Bosnia & Herzegovina BHRT
Brazil Grupo Globo, BandSports
Bulgaria BNT
Canada CBC/Radio-Canada, Sportsnet, TSN, TLN
Caribbean International Media Content Ltd., SportsMax
Chile TVN
China CCTV, Migu
Chinese Taipei Chunghwa Telecom, EBC, ELTA, PTS
Croatia HRT
Colombia Caracol Televisión
Costa Rica Repretel
Czech Republic ČT
Denmark DR
Ecuador RTS
Estonia Postimees Group
Europe Discovery, Inc., Eurosport
Finland Yle
France France Télévisions, Eurosport
Georgia GPB
Germany ARD, ZDF
Greece ERT
Hungary MTVA
Honduras VTV
Hong Kong i-Cable, PCCW, TVB
Iceland RÚV
Indian subcontinent Sony Pictures Networks
Indonesia TVRI
Ireland RTÉ
Italy RAI
Japan Japan Consortium
Kenya KTN
Kosovo RTK
Latin America América Móvil, DirecTV
Latvia LTV
Lithuania TV3
Luxembourg RTL
Malaysia Astro, RTM, Unifi TV
Mexico Televisa, TV Azteca, Imagen Televisión
MENA beIN Sports
Moldova TVR
Montenegro RTCG
Netherlands NOS
New Zealand Sky, TVNZ
North Korea SBS
North Macedonia MRT
Norway TVNorge
Oceania Sky
Paraguay SNT
Peru Grupo ATV
Philippines Cignal TV
Poland TVP
Portugal RTP
Romania TVR
Serbia RTS
Singapore Mediacorp
Slovakia RTVS
Slovenia RTV
Spain RTVE
South Africa SABC, SuperSport
South Korea Coupang, KBS, MBC, SBS
Sub-Saharan Africa Infront Sports & Media, SuperSport
Sweden Kanal 5
Switzerland SRG SSR
Thailand AIS, GMM25, Plan B, JKN18, PPTV, TV Pool, True4U
Turkey TRT
Ukraine Suspilne
United Kingdom BBC, Eurosport
United States NBC Universal, Candy TV, Plus+

Sub-Saharan Africa: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, United Republic of Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Tennis Schedule (Country-wise)

Top 8 seeds for Tokyo:

1. Ashleigh Barty, Australia
2. Naomi Osaka, Japan
3. Aryna Sabalenka, Belarus
4. Elina Svitolina, Ukraine
5. Karolina Pliskova, Czech Republic
6. Iga Swiatek, Poland
7. Garbiñe Muguruza, Spain
8. Barbora Krejcikova, Czech Republic

Men’s Singles – Diego Schwartzman, Facundo Bagnis, Federico Coria
Women’s Singles – Nadia Podoroska
Men’s Doubles – Andres Molteni/horacio Zeballos, Facundo Bagnis/diego Schwartzman

Men’s Singles – Alex De Minaur, John Millman, James Duckworth
Women’s Singles – Ashleigh Barty, Ajla Tomljanovic, Samantha Stosur
Men’s Doubles – Alex De Minaur/john Peers, John Millman/luke Saville
Women’s Doubles – Ashleigh Barty/storm Sanders, Ellen Perez/samantha Stosur
Austria Men’s Doubles – Oliver Marach/philipp Oswald

Men’s Singles – Egor Gerasimov, Ilya Ivashka
Women’s Singles – Aryna Sabalenka, Victoria Azarenka
Women’s Doubles – Victoria Azarenka/aryna Sabalenka

Men’s Singles – David Goffin
Women’s Singles – Elise Mertens, Alison Van Uytvanck
Men’s Doubles – Sander Gille/joran Vliegen
Women’s Doubles – Elise Mertens/alison Van Uytvanck

Men’s Singles – Thiago Monteiro, Joao Menezes
Men’s Doubles – Marcelo Melo/bruno Soares

Men’s Singles – Felix Auger-aliassime, Vasek Pospisil
Women’s Singles – Bianca Andreescu, Leylah Annie Fernandez
Men’s Doubles – Felix Auger-aliassime/vasek Pospisil
Women’s Doubles – Gabriela Dabrowski/sharon Fichman

Men’s Singles – Marcelo Tomas Barrios Vera

Women’s Singles Zheng Saisai, Wang Qiang
Women’s Doubles Xu Yifan /yang Zhaoxuan, Duan Yingying /zheng Saisai

Chinese Taipei
Men’s Singles Lu Yen-hsun
Women’s Doubles Chan Hao-ching, Letisha Chan

Men’s Doubles – Juan-sebastian Cabal/robert Farah

Men’s Singles – Marin Cilic
Women’s – Singles Donna Vekic
Men’s Doubles – Nikola Mektic /mate Pavic, Marin Cilic/ivan Dodig
Women’s Doubles – Darija Jurak/donna Vekic

Czech Republic
Women’s Singles – Karolina Pliskova, Petra Kvitova, Barbora Krejcikova, Marketa Vondrousova
Women’s Doubles – Barbora Krejikova/katerina Siniakova, Karolina Pliskova/marketa Vondrousova
Men’s Singles – Daniel Elahi Galan
Men’s Singles – Tomas Machac

Men’s Singles – Mohamed Safwat
Women’s Singles – Mayar Sherif

Women’s Singles – Anett Kontaveit

Men’s Singles – Gael Monfils, Ugo Humbert, Jeremy Chardy, Gilles Simon
Women’s Singles – Fiona Ferro, Kristina Mladenovic, Alize Cornet, Caroline Garcia
Men’s Doubles – Pierre-hugues Herbert/nicolas Mahut, Jeremy Chardy/gael Monfils
Women’s Doubles – Caroline Garcia/kristina Mladenovic, Alize Cornet/fiona Ferro

Men’s Singles – Nikoloz Basilashvili

Men’s Singles – Alexander Zverev, Jan-lennard Struff, Dominik Koepfer, Philipp Kohlschreiber
Women’s Singles – Angelique Kerber, Laura Siegemund
Men’s Doubles – Jan-lennard Struff/alexander Zverev, Kevin Krawietz/tim Puetz
Women’s Doubles – Anna-lena Friedsam/laura Siegemund

Great Britain
Men’s Singles – Daniel Evans
Women’s Singles – Johanna Konta, Heather Watson
Men’s Doubles – Daniel Evans/neal Skupski
Women’s Doubles – Johanna Konta/heather Watson

Men’s Singles – Stefanos Tsitsipas
Women’s Singles – Maria Sakkari

Men’s Singles – Marton Fucsovics
Women’s Doubles – Timea Babos/reka Luca Jani

Women’s Doubles – Sania Mirza/ankita Raina

Men’s Singles – Matteo Berrettini, Lorenzo Sonego, Fabio Fognini, Lorenzo Musetti
Women’s Singles – Camila Giorgi, Jasmine Paolini
Women’s Doubles – Matteo Berrettini/fabio Fognini, Lorenzo Musetti/lorenzo Sonego

Men’s Singles – Yoshihito Nishioka, Kei Nishikori, Taro Daniel, Yuichi Sugita
Women’s Singles Naomi Osaka, Misaki Doi, Nao Hibino
Men’s Doubles Ben Mclachlan/kei Nishikori
Women’s Doubles Shuko Aoyama/ena Shibahara

Men’s Singles – Alexander Bublik, Mikhail Kukushkin
Women’s Singles – Elena Rybakina, Yulia Putintseva, Yaroslava Shvedova
Men’s Doubles – Alexander Bublik/andrey Golubev
Women’s Doubles – Elena Rybakina/yaroslava Shvedova

South Korea
Men’s Singles – Kwon Soonwoo

Women’s Singles – Jelena Ostapenko, Anastasija Sevastova
Women’s Doubles – Jelena Ostapenko/anastasija Sevastova

Women’s Singles – Danka Kovinic

Women’s Singles – Kiki Bertens
Men’s Doubles – Wesley Koolhof/jean-julien Rojer
Women’s Doubles – Kiki Bertens/demi Schuurs

New Zealand
Men’s Doubles – Marcus Daniell/michael Venus

Women’s Singles – Veronica Cepede Royg

Men’s Singles – Hubert Hurkacz, Kamil Majchrzak
Women’s Singles – Iga Swiatek, Magda Linette
Men’s Doubles – Hubert Hurkacz/lukasz Kubot
Women’s Doubles – Magda Linette/alicja Rosolska

Men’s Singles – Pedro Sousa, Joao Sousa
Men’s Doubles – Joao Sousa/pedro Sousa

Women’s Doubles – Monica Niculescu/iona Raluca Olaru
Men’s Singles – Daniil Medvevdev, Andrey Rublev, Aslan Karatsev, Karen Khachanov
Women’s Singles Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Veronika Kudermetova, Ekaterina Alexandrova, Daria

Men’s Doubles – Aslan Karatsev/daniil Medvedev, Karen Khachanov/andrey Rublev
Women’s Doubles – Elena Vesnina/vera Zvonareva, Veronika Kudermetova/anastasija Pavlyuchenkova

Men’s Singles Novak Djokovic, Miomir Kecmanovic
Women’s Singles Nina Stojanovic, Ivana Jorovic

Men’s Singles Norbert Gombos
Men’s Doubles Lukas Klein/filip Polasek


  • Men’s Singles – Pablo Carreno Busta, Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, Pablo Andujar, Roberto Carballes Baena
  • Women’s Singles – Garbine Muguruza, Paula Badosa, Sara Sorribes Tormo, Carla Suarez Navarro
  • Men’s Doubles – Pablo Carreno Busta/alejandro Davidovich Fokina, Pablo Andujar/roberto Carballes Baena
  • Women’s Doubles – Garbine Muguruza/carla Suarez Navarro, Paula Badosa/sara Sorribes Tormo

Women’s Singles – Rebecca Peterson

Women’s Singles – Belinda Bencic, Victorija Golubic
Women’s Doubles – Belinda Bencic/viktorija Golubic

Women’s Singles – Ons Jabeur

Women’s Singles – Elina Svitolina, Dayana Yastremska, Marta Kostyuk
Women’s Doubles – Marta Kostyuk/elina Svitolina, Lyudmyla Kichenok/nadiia Kichenok

Men’s Singles – Tommy Paul, Frances Tiafoe, Tennys Sandgren, Marcos Giron
Women’s Singles – Jennifer Brady, Jessica Pegula, Alison Riske
Men’s Doubles – Rajeev Ram/frances Tiafoe, Austin Krajicek/tennys Sandgren
Women’s Doubles – Cori Gauff/nicole Melichar, Bethanie Mattek-sands/jessica Pegula

Men’s Singles – Denis Istomin

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