Masters Rome 2020: dates, times, TV, and how to watch the ATP 1,000 tournament live

Check here how and where to watch the Rome Tennis Masters, the first 1,000 Masters on earth after the pandemic, which will take place from September 14 to 21 in Rome.

Masters-Rome-2020:-dates-times-TV-and-how-to-watch-the-ATP-1,000-tournament-live

After passing through the US hard court tour that ended with the US Open, the ATP and WTA circuits will face their first serious test of the season on clay since Monday: the Masters 1,000 in Rome. The Italian tournament is postulated as a great opportunity for those tennis players who seek the assault on Roland Garros, the great event of the calendar on clay, and for this reason great rackets gather in the Roman city.

Hours of the Masters 1,000 of Rome 2020: At what time do the matches start?

The morning session of the Masters 1,000 of Rome will begin at 11:00 with numerous matches that will take place throughout the day on the slopes of the Foro Italico in Rome. The Pista Centrale and Pista Pietrangeli will be the only ones that have games in night sessions, which will start no earlier than 7:00 p.m. local time.

Television: How to watch the Masters 1,000 of Rome 2020?

Movistar + will be in charge of exclusively offering the television signal of the Masters 1,000 of Rome 2020. It will do so through its Movistar Deportes channel, although the matches of Spanish tennis players with Rafa Nadal as the main star will offer them through the channel # Vamos.

Follow the Masters 1,000 of Rome 2020 in As.com

In AS you will also have extensive coverage of everything that happens in the Masters 1,000 of Rome with chronicles and direct of the most outstanding matches of the tournament in the men's and women's draw. You will be able to enjoy the best minute by minute, the most impressive images and videos of the matches and the statements of the protagonists, as well as the chronicle as soon as the matches are finished.



Photos from as.com
Powered by Blogger.