Roland-Garros: Here’s how to watch the Nadal-Djokovic match on Amazon Prime this Tuesday evening at 8:45 p.m.


Roland-Garros: Here’s how to watch the Nadal-Djokovic match on Amazon Prime this Tuesday evening at 8:45 p.m.
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Unprecedented fact, a big match of the fortnight of Roland-Garros will not be broadcast on France Télévisions this Tuesday evening at 8:45 p.m. Here’s how to watch Nadal-Djokovic on Amazon Prime.

This is the highly anticipated clash of this Roland-Garros 2022 between those who have won the last 6 editions on Parisian clay. And for once, this Nadal-Djokovic escaped the cameras of France Télévisions, the historic broadcaster of the event since it is Amazon Prime, co-broadcaster since last year, which will offer this match from 8:45 p.m.

Amazon Prime has been providing night session matches since last year. Until now, you had to have a subscription to the American platform to see the matches (about 45 euros per year or 5.50 euros per month). But before the start of the controversy, mainly provided by the presenters of France Télévisions at airtime, Amazon Prime announced that the match would be available to everyone, without prior payment or registration for any service whatsoever.

A question then arises: how to see the match?

An internet connection not so essential…

You should know that any subscriber to the Amazon Prime free delivery service already has access to the video-on-demand platform and therefore to all Roland-Garros matches broadcast by this channel. This concerns no less than a quarter of French households.

But if you don’t already have access to Amazon Prime, several options are open to you, free of charge, for this meeting. Without even having to create an account promise the services of the American giant.

Thus, the match will be accessible directly on the Amazon Prime website or on the mobile application on PlayStore (Android) or App Store (Apple).

But the platform is also accessible from your television in order to enjoy the best possible reading comfort. The easiest way is via connected televisions or IPTV services.

However, several internet service providers also offer access to the service to Amazon directly on some of their boxes. This is logically the case for SFR, Bouygues, Orange and Free.

Alternatively, Prime Video is also available on PlayStation 4 and 5 and Microsoft Xbox One.

Finally, for the most agile, if reading on mobile or computer disturbs you and the service is not accessible otherwise, you can transfer the broadcast to your phone via the Google Chromecast tool to connect behind your television.

The free access service activated at 8:15 p.m.

For computers and apps, a good internet connection will be essential to watch the match. Note that the free access service will be activated from 8:15 p.m. according to Amazon.

As a reminder, Amazon would have paid 15 million euros (against 10 million to France Télévisions) to broadcast the night matches of Roland-Garros. The platform already broadcasts sport in France with most of Ligue 1 which would have 1.4 million subscribers.

All day, France Télévisions indicated that there had been 5 million viewers for the match point between Nadal and Auger-Aliassime in the previous round. How many will they be this Tuesday evening for the one between Nadal and Djokovic. This is the other big issue of the evening!

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