TSN's exclusive Canadian coverage of all four Grand Slam tennis tournaments continues with the 2014 French Open.
It begins with Canada's Milos Raonic taking on Nick Kyrgios of Australia at 10:30am et/7:30am pt on TSN, kicking off more than 175 hours of coverage from the first round through to the finals.
TSN also delivers exclusive bonus online coverage of the French Open throughout the early rounds, with multi-court live streaming available to TSN subscribers via TSN GO.
You can also stay up-to-date on all the action from the famous red clay of Roland Garros with French Open Primetime, a daily recap show airing every evening of the tournament with Tessa Bonhomme, a former member of the Canadian national women's hockey team and Olympic gold medallist, who makes her hosting debut with the network.
TSN's Mark Masters is on-site in Paris to deliver reports from the tournament for SportsCentre and also contributes written features and web-exclusive one-on-one interviews for TSN.ca.
TSN's exclusive coverage spotlights Canadian stars Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard throughout the French Open. Raonic recently climbed to a career-high ninth in the ATP ranking and arrives at the French Open on the heels of a run to the semifinals in last week's Italian Open. On the women's side, Bouchard burst onto the world stage this season with her thrilling run to the semifinals at the 2014 Australian Open and captured her first WTA title Saturday at the Nurnberger Versicherungscup.
Defending champion and World No. 1 player Rafael Nadal returns to Paris to compete for an all-time record ninth French Open singles title. The star-studded men's field also includes World No. 2 player Novak Djokovic, 17-time Grand Slam title winner Roger Federer, and 2013 Wimbledon champion Andy Murray.
The women's side is headlined by defending champion and 17-time Grand Slam title winner Serena Williams. The World No. 1 player competes against a field that features 2014 Australian Open champ Li Na and 2012 French Open champ Maria Sharapova.
As the undisputed Canadian home of the biggest events on the tennis calendar, TSN has the court covered throughout the entire 2014 season, serving up exclusive coverage of Grand Slam tennis, including the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and U.S. Open.