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How to watch French Open Final in Australia: TV channel, live stream for Roland Garros men’s singles final | Sporting News Australia

After a thrilling 15 days of tennis, the French Open Final for the men’s singles is here, with an eye-catching match between heavyweights Alexander Zverev and Carlos Alcaraz.

Whilst world No. 1 Novak Djokovic was forced to withdraw from the tournament due to injury, two of the top talents in the ATP circuit managed to outlast the rest and qualify for the Roland Garros Final.

The Sporting News has all the details on how fans in Australia can tune into the Roland Garros men’s singles Final.

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How to watch men’s singles French Open Final in Australia on TV

Australians will be able to watch the French Open Final between Zverez and Alcaraz on the Nine Network, with all of the Final action at Roland Garros being shown on free-to-air channel 9Gem.

The action at the French Open has been shown on the channel Australia-wide.

How to live stream men’s singles French Open Final in Australia

Stan Sport is showing all of the French Open play, with every match including the men’s and women’s Finals available ad-free on the streaming platform.


For those who are not customers of Stan Sport, the match can also be streamed on the Nine Network streaming platform 9Now.

If Roland-Garros is not available to watch live in your location or if you’re travelling abroad, you can use a VPN.

VPNs provide a secure and private online connection, allowing you to bypass geographical restrictions to access your favourite streaming services from any device anywhere in the world.


What time does men’s singles French Open Final start

The men’s singles final begins on Sunday 9th June at 11 p.m. AEST.

It is the last event of the tournament, taking place after the women’s doubles final.

Which Australians are playing at Roland-Garros 2024?

A total of 11 Aussie players earned entry into this year’s singles main draw at Roland-Garros.

Alex De Minaur is the highest-ranked of a nine-player men’s contingent, while just two Aussies featured on the women’s side. De Minaur was also the best performer, reaching the quarter-finals before being defeated by Alexander Zverev in straight sets.

Men’s singles

  • Alex de Minaur (11)
  • Jordan Thompson (37)
  • Alexei Popyrin (51)
  • Christopher O’Connell (64)
  • Rinky Hijikata (78)
  • Max Purcell (92)
  • Aleksandar Vukic (93)
  • Thanasi Kokkinakis (98)
  • Adam Walton (WC)

Women’s singles

  • Daria Saville (85)
  • Ajla Tomljanović (WC)