▷ The ATP Masters in Paris with Zverev, Djokovic and Medvedev from Monday daily live and …

30.10.2021 – 09:00

Sky Germany

Unterföhring (ots)

  • Rolex Paris Masters with Alexander Zverev, Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Andrey Rublev and Matteo Berrettini
  • Sky will be reporting live from the French capital every day from Monday
  • Markus Götz, Marcel Meinert, Stefan Hempel and Paul Häuser comment
  • In addition to subscribing to the Sky Sport package, fans with a Sky Ticket can also attend all matches live without a long contract

Unterföhring, October 30, 2021 – Last year Alexander Zverev only had to admit defeat in Paris in the final. At that time, the Russian Daniil Medvedev defeated him in three sets. In 2021, the two will be among the top favorites to win the tournament, alongside Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Will the German Olympic champion make it to the final again despite the top line-up?

Sky will broadcast the 1000 tournament from Monday to November 7th. daily live from Paris.

Once again, tennis fans can look forward to a top-class field of participants. In addition to the favorites mentioned, Andrey Rublev, Matteo Berrettini and Casper Ruud are among them.

On the days of the broadcast, the matches are commented by Markus Götz, Marcel Meinert, Stefan Hempel, Paul Häuser and Marcel Meinert, who will also attend the final on November 7th together with expert and tennis trainer Benjamin Ebrahimzadeh.

The best of the ATP Tour live only on Sky

Sky reports live on German, Austrian and Swiss television from the biggest tournaments on the ATP Tour. In addition to the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin, Sky also broadcasts all nine ATP Masters 1000 tournaments and most of the ATP 500 tournaments – a total of around 1000 hours live. In addition, Sky reports on selected tournaments of the ATP 250 and, as usual, will broadcast almost 350 hours live and exclusively in July of the Grand Slam tournament in Wimbledon.

Be there live with Sky Q or the flexible streaming service Sky Ticket

The ATP broadcasts are with Sky Q as part of the sports package (sky.de) can be received, optionally in classic linear TV or with Sky Go, also mobile and on the go.

With Sky Q, customers are more flexible than ever and have the option of switching to a monthly subscription after the first contract term. Sky Q with Sky Go, HD quality and the entertainment package are included as standard.

Tennis fans can also use the flexible Sky Ticket streaming service (skyticket.de) Be there live at all tennis broadcasts from Sky Sport even without a long contract. Simply book online and start streaming straight away. Cancel anytime.

Das ATP Masters 1000 in Paris live bei Sky:

Monday, November 1st, from 11 a.m. on Sky Sport 1

Tuesday, November 2nd, from 11.00 a.m. on Sky Sport 1 & 3

Wednesday, November 3rd, from 11 a.m. on Sky Sport 1 & 3

Thursday, November 4th, from 11 a.m. on Sky Sport 1

Friday, November 5th, the quarter-finals from 2 p.m. on Sky Sport 1

Saturday, November 6th, first semifinals from 2 p.m., the second semifinals from 4.30 p.m., both on Sky Sport 2

Sunday, November 7th, the double finals from 12.15 p.m., the final from 3 p.m., both on Sky Sport 2

Via Sky Germany

Sky Deutschland is one of the leading entertainment providers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The program offer consists of the best live sports, exclusive series, the latest films, diverse children’s programs, exciting documentaries and entertaining shows – many of them Sky Originals. Viewers can watch the program at home and on the go via Sky Q and Sky Ticket. The entertainment platform Sky Q offers everything from a single source: Sky and free TV channels, thousands of films and series on demand, media libraries and many other apps. With Sky Ticket, customers can stream series, films and live sports flexibly in terms of location and time, as well as on a monthly cancelable basis. Sky Deutschland, headquartered in Unterföhring near Munich, is part of the Comcast Group and belongs to Europe’s leading media and entertainment group Sky.

Press contact:

Jan Götze
External Communications / Sports
Tel. +49 (0) 89 9958 6883
[email protected]

Original content from: Sky Deutschland, transmitted by news aktuell


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