How to watch Italian Open 2023 tennis: TV channel and live stream
Check out our comprehensive guide to how to watch the Italian Open 2023, including schedule, final date, TV and live stream details.
After two weeks of exhilarating matches, the Italian Open is coming to an end today with the men's finals set to feature Holger Rune and Daniil Medvedev in a clash for the top prize.
Yesterday, Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas and Norway's Casper Ruud were knocked out in the semi-finals, with the latter losing an early lead as Rune staged a mighty comeback.
Meanwhile, Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina secured victory in the women's final yesterday, beating world No. 30 Anhelina Kalinina, who still impressed as the lowest-ranked player to reach the Italian Open final since 1986.
Previously, World No. 1 Iga Swiatek bowed out of the tournament after retiring from her quarter-final match through injury, with No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka unable to capitalise following her own shock early exit.
Fans around the world will be delighted to see both the men's and women's game in a state of unpredictability at the very top of the rankings, with the French Open set to shake things up once again next week.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Italian Open 2023 tennis tournament.
When is the Italian Open 2023?
The tournament begins on Wednesday 10th May 2023 and runs until the finals on Sunday 21st May 2023.
How to watch and live stream Italian Open 2023 in the UK
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Italian Open 2023 schedule
ATP Men's Singles (1,000 points) / WTA Women's Singles (1,000 points)
- First round: Wednesday 10th – Friday 12th May
- Second round: Friday 12th – Sunday 14th May
- Third round: Monday 15th – Tuesday 16th May
- Fourth Round: Wednesday 17th May
- Quarter-finals: Thursday 18th – Friday 19th May
- Semi-finals: Saturday 20th May
- Finals: Sunday 21st May
Where is the Italian Open 2023 held?
The Italian Open is held at Foro Italico in Rome, Italy.
The complex boasts a number of courts and grandstands including the main arena which can hold up to 10,500 passionate fans.
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