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WTT 2019: How To Watch World TeamTennis

Posted on May 1, 2019
CBS, CBS Sports Netwrok, ESPN+ and WTT

World TeamTennis is back for the 44th season and once again will showcase the best in professional tennis.  Eight teams, including defending champs the Springfield Lasers, are chasing the King Trophy, the League’s championship trophy named after tennis icon and founder Billie Jean King.

We are bringing you 58 matches of intense tennis action from some of the biggest stars in the game. This year’s WTT franchise field includes seven-time grand slam winner Venus Williams (Washington Kastles), 2017 U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens (NY Empire), Bob and Mike Bryan (Vegas Rollers), the most decorated doubles team in tennis history, U.S. Open finalist Madison Keys(Orlando Storm), former World No. 1 Victoria Azarenka (OC Breakers), 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist Monica Puig (Vegas Rollers), 2014 Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard (OC Breakers), 14-time ATP winner John Isner (NY Empire), 10-time ATP winner Sam Querrey (Vegas Rollers), highly-ranked American Frances Tiafoe (Washington Kastles), rising star Danielle Collins (Philadelphia Freedoms) and many other current ATP and WTA competitors.

You can follow all of your favorite players and teams right here at WTT.com. Follow #WTTAllAccess on all your favorite social media platforms all season long for exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and candid interviews with your favorite tennis stars.

Check the WTT 2019 Schedule for broadcast times and locations and don’t miss a second of action… sync your calendar for free now!

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United States

CBS Broadcast Network (1 match)
CBS Sports Network (16 matches)
ESPN+ (18 matches)
WTT.tv and ESPN+ (24 matches)

Canada

CBS Sports Network (16 matches)
WTT on Dailymotion (43 matches)

China

Youku (59 matches)

Latin America excluding Brazil

Claro Sports / @MarcaClaro (17 matches)
WTT on Dailymotion (42 matches)

All Other Countries

WTT on Dailymotion (59 matches)

Where to watch Word TeamTennis this season: CBS and CBS Sports Network | ESPN+ | WTT.com | Dailymotion | Claro Sports | Youku