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Italian Open 2024: Who Are the Tennis Channel Commentators Working for the Event?


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As the Madrid Open concludes, we will now witness the final clay Masters of the year. The Italian Open, held in Rome, is the tournament that can provide a final momentum boost to players before Roland Garros rolls around. Additionally, the presence of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will draw viewers to the championship. To cover such an exciting tournament, we need a good lineup of commentators and analysts.

Tennis Channel is the prime authority for tennis coverage in the US and several other parts of the world. They recently shared the names of the personalities who will cover the tournament.

American legends to grace Tennis Channel’s coverage of the Italian Open


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Tennis Channel began streaming and broadcasting tennis in the USA and has developed a strong base in the country. Their team for the 2024 Italian Open will involve Andy Roddick, Prakash Amritraj, Jimmy Arias, Tracy Austin, Jim Courier, Jan-Michael Gambill, Jason Goodall, Brett Haber, Bradly Klahn, Dani Klupenger, Nicholas Monroe, Monica Puig, Chand Rubin, Leif Shiras, CoCo Vandeweghe and Steve Weismann.


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Prakash Amritraj has been fantastic when covering post-match interviews with players for a long time. Roddick has worked well as an analyst prior to matches; they will work as announcers along with the rest to give insight into the Italian Open. Tennis Channel will be on fire, with most matches only found on their service.

However, they took it a step ahead with the coverage of the sport. The tournament can be viewed on the US service, and WTA Rome Masters can be seen by Indian and Spanish viewers. Tennis Channel is not available in many countries, which is where other services step in.

What are some other broadcasting services for the Italian Open?


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Sky Sports will air the Rome Masters for various countries throughout Europe. Sky Deutschland will air it for citizens of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Those in Italy, San Marino and Vatican City can watch the tournament on Sky Italia. Sky UK will broadcast it to UK citizens, while Sony Liv will stream the men’s version in India.

The continent of South America will host the Rome Masters on ESPN International. French fans can watch the men’s version of Eurosport and the women’s version of Eurosport on beIN Sports. They will view both men’s and women’s versions in Australia and Tunisia, and broadcasters are ready to display the action of the tournament. So, now, all we have to do is wait for it.

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