How To Watch All Olympic Tennis Matches in 2021

Olympic Tennis begins Friday, July 23, 2021, at 10 pm ET. This article will explain how to watch every Olympic Tennis match at the Tokyo Olympics, even if you don’t have cable. We also include the full Olympic Tennis TV schedule, so you know when and where to watch every game. For other Olympic events aside from Tennis, see our guide on how to watch the Olympics in 2021.

How To Watch Olympic Tennis: Olympic Tennis Matches will be aired on USA, Olympic Channel, but you can stream all events with the NBC Sports App. All networks airing Olympic coverage can be streamed live with FuboTV (7-day free trial) or Hulu Live TV (7-day free trial). Using a free trial from each will allow you to watch every Olympic Tennis event for free! These services will also allow you to log into the NBC Sports apps to watch all Tennis Matches.

Olympic Tennis TV Schedule

Olympic Tennis will have matches on multiple courts daily. All matches on all courts will be available to watch in the NBC Sports App. Your account credentials from these services will also allow you to log into the NBCSN App to watch all Olympic Tennis Matches not carried on a TV network:

See Full Schedule: Olympic Tennis Schedule.

Watch Tennis on The NBCSN App

All Tennis Matches air on the NBCSN app. Thankfully you can log into the NBC Sports App using your fuboTV or Hulu Live TV credentials and watch those Matches. The NBCSN app will also air replays of past Matches and even carry Matches scheduled to air on NBCSN, USA, and Olympic Channel. The steps to use the NBC Sports App are below:

  1. Use a Free Trial to a Service that carries Olympic Channel, and USA, and NBCSN. Those are:
  2. Go to the channel store or app store on your device. On Roku, it’s called the “Channel Store.” But you can download the NBC Sports app on AppleTV, Android TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, and more.
  3. Search for the NBC Sports app
  4. Add the NBC Sports app to your device and then open it. 
  5. Go to “Browse” on the menu to the left of the screen. Under “All Networks,” navigate to “NBCSN” and press the OK button on your remote.
  6. Using a computer or mobile web browser, you go to
  7. You will then be asked for a TV provider and a username/password. If you subscribe to fuboTV, select “fuboTV,” then enter your login and password for Hulu.
  8. Once you sign in, your TV screen will refresh after a minute or so. You should now have access to all Tennis Matches through the app. Just got to “Browse”, then “Tennis,” and scroll down to the “Live” and “Replays” section depending on whether you want to watch live or past Matches.

Best Streaming Services for Olympic Tennis

In order to watch every Olympic Tennis game, you can use any live streaming service below as they cay all channels that will air the Olympics and will allow you to log into the NBC Sports App to watch every Tennis match. We’ve summarized those services below, or you can check any of the following guides for information on watching a specific channel without cable.

Below is a summary of each live TV streaming service offering all three of those channels.


FuboTV is an excellent service to watch Olympic Tennis as it carries NBCSN, USA Network, and Olympic Channel in its Starter package along with over 80 other channels for $64.99/month (after a 7-day free trial). The FuboTV app is available on major platforms, including AppleTV, AndroidTV, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. FuboTV’s standard plan includes the following:

  • over 100 live channels found on cable including NBCSN, Olympic Channel, and USA
  • live local NBC, FOX, and CBS in many markets
  • a cloud DVR with 30 hours of storage
  • watch on two screens at the same time

You can sign up for a 1-week free trial or check out our review of FuboTV for more details.


Hulu Logo

You can watch every Olympic Tennis game on Hulu Live TV. The service carries NBCSN, Olympic Channel, and USA along with many other channels. Hulu is most known for its vast on-demand streaming library. However, you can also subscribe to Hulu’s Live TV service for $64.99 a month. That price includes Hulu on-demand, making it one of the best live TV streaming services available. The service includes the following features:

  • The basic package comes with 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. (Upgrades available)
  • Watch on two screens at once. (Upgrades available)
  • Comes with six customizable profiles
  • Includes entire Hulu streaming library

Hulu supports Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iOS, Android and more. Check out our full review of Hulu Live TV for more details.

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AT&T tv

You can watch every Olympic Tennis game on AT&T TV. The service provides NBCSN, Olympic Channel, and USA Network in its “Entertainment” channel plan for $69.99 per month. While the service doesn’t offer a free trial they do provide a full refund if you cancel within 14 days. AT&T provides the following features in all it’s channel plans:

  • watch 20 streams simultaneously per subscription 
  • a cloud-based DVR
  • channels like NBCSN, Olympic Channel, USA, and more
  • supported on AppleTV, Android TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, and more

You can check out everything this service offers by taking advantage of their online offer or read about it in our AT&T TV review.

YouTube TV

youtube tv

YouTubeTV also offers NBCSN, Olympic Channel, USA, and more with limitless storage space for recording your shows. Your library of recorded shows can be streamed anywhere. The base package costs $64.99 a month.

A subscription to YouTube TV provides:

Check our review of YouTube TV for more details. They also offer a 1-week free trial.

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