When and where did Roger Federer return to the 2021 Geneva Open?

Roger Federer made a long-awaited comeback from knee surgery in early March 2021. However, his return was cut short after ATP Doha were sent to the quarter-finals. Taking another tour break after that, Federer recently announced that he would play the clay court event Geneva ATP in his home country, Switzerland. The event will take place from 17 to 22 May.


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After announcing his intention to play during the current clay season, Federer highlighted two clay tournaments for his clay season. One was the French Open and the other was the Madrid Open. But Federer changed his schedule as the French Open was postponed and so he decided to play in Geneva for the first time.

Given the stature of Federer, there will be broadcasters broadcasting the tournament worldwide.


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Roger Federer stepped out of his first-round match against Britain’s Dan Evans wearing a mask. Through Tennis Federation / Summer al-Rijjal / Brochure

Swiss broadcasting company, RTS It will broadcast the Geneva Open 2021. The telecast will begin with the start of the main draw, which also includes players such as Denis Shapovalov and Caspar Rude. RTS will have two dedicated streaming channels and its application will also broadcast matches on RTS Sports.

Where to see Roger Federer in action at the Geneva Open in the United States and Europe?

ATP has also distributed worldwide broadcast rights to ATP 250 events. In the United States, the Geneva Open will be broadcast on the Tennis Channel, while Canadians will be able to tune into TSN for fan coverage. Latin American tennis fans will need ESPN to see Roger Federer and others in Geneva.

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In the UK and Ireland, Amazon Prime Video will host the Geneva Open. Spanish viewers can join MovieStar for the event. For other parts of Europe, major broadcasters such as Eurosport and IKO Sportclub will broadcast the Geneva Open.


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For Chinese fans, the Geneva Open will be available on iQiyi. While Japanese fans can watch Federer on WOWOW. Discovery and Tennis TV will broadcast the Geneva Open on the Indian subcontinent. Fans in India can also tune to the ATP Tour YouTube channel for some matches. Coverage of the Geneva Open will be seen on BEN Sports in the Middle East and Australia.


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