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Different tv stations????

I am from England as you can see, the tennis coverage is pretty solid on tv all GS all Master Series and a few smaller events, is there any channels in the world that is just dedicated to the atp tour all year round, if so is it possible to subscribe to these channels in the uk???
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Tennis Channel, but only in the US... but you're lucky enough in the UK, in France we don't have much...

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I have to admit the coverage here in the UK is one of the best. Where else in the world can you get live and INTERACTIVE coverage of ALL Masters Series events. Also, Wimbledon and the US Open are broadcast live and interactive.
If we had a tennis channel, showing all the smaller tournaments, this would be a tennis fan's heaven.
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I have to admit the coverage here in the UK is one of the best. Where else in the world can you get live and INTERACTIVE coverage of ALL Masters Series events. Also, Wimbledon and the US Open are broadcast live and interactive.
If we had a tennis channel, showing all the smaller tournaments, this would be a tennis fan's heaven.
What do you mean by interactive ?

"I asked a bloke in the front row if he liked the serve-and-volley stuff," said Rafter. "He said he did but asked if he was going to get to see any rallies. 'Not today, mate,' I told him."
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you can watch different matches on different courts
For instance you could watch MURRAY V DENT or SAFIN V HERNYCH.
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if u have just normal tv in england, then all u get is queens and wimbledon, just like me.

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Tennis Channel, but only in the US... but you're lucky enough in the UK, in France we don't have much...
If you have satellite channel, like Sport +, tennis coverage is good. If you don't have it, it's a little bit more complicated, cause french channels only show Roland-Garros, a few matches during Bercy indoor but the finals of the MAsters Series. I'm disappointed by Eurosport.

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