Tennis free - FOUR - all this week on William Hill TV
There's never been a better time to stay in tune with the latest live tennis action from around the globe...
...as William Hill TV will be bringing you FOUR...that's FOUR tournaments this week, all available to watch live on your PC for free!
The first half of the week will feature live action from the ATP Buenos Aires and the ATP Marseille. Then, later in the week we'll be showing the later stages of the tournaments from both the ATP Memphis featuring the big serving American Andy Roddick, along with the WTA Bogota where Dulko will be well worth a look.
All live and all for free on your PC... with William Hill TV.
| 2010 ATP Buenos Aires | ATP 250 | Clay Court | Defending Champion: Tommy Robredo |
The Argentines love this event as over the past nine years, eight finals have featured players from Argentina. Spain's Tommy Robredo won it in 2009 following an intense three-set final against Argentina's Juan Monaco and the year previous, David Nalbandian managed to beat fellow Argentine Jose Acasuso to lift the 2008 crown. The live action begins on Monday, where William Hill TV will be streaming matches live from South America. We'll be bringing you all the action right though to Sunday's final.
| 2010 ATP Marseille | ATP 250 | Hard Court | Defending Champion : Jo-Wilfried Tsonga |
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is the defending champion coming into the 2010 event after beating fellow Frenchman France Michaël Llodra in a straight sets 2009 final. British fans may remember the year previous though, where an up-and-coming Andy Murray took on, and beat Mario Ancic. The live ATP Marseille action begins on Monday, where William Hill TV will be streaming matches live from France. Yet again, we'll have all the action right through to Sunday's final, so make sure you stay tuned to the latest William Hill TV schedules.
| 2010 ATP Memphis | ATP 500 | Hard Court | Defending Champion: Andy Roddick |
Following his appearance in Sunday's final of the ATP San Jose, America's Andy Roddick is playing some great tennis and will be one of, if not THE favourite for the 2010 ATP Memphis title. This was Roddick's first title of 2009 and the 27th of his career as he beat Czech Radek Stepanek 7-5, 7-5 in the final.
Maria Jose Martinez won the 2009 event, but we fancy the losing finalist Gisela Dulko... to win the 2010 tournament that is! Dulko has enjoyed a solid start the 2010 season, most notably upsetting Ana Ivanovic at Australian Open. Make sure you catch the WTA Tour's No.1 South American player later in the week on William Hill TV.