Atlanta Open 2021: Live Stream, TV Schedule, Preview
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Atlanta Open 2021 is off to a sublime start and we can’t wait to share with tennis fanatics the best live streaming options to catch live action right off.

The mega tournament kicked off on July 24 after a two-day qualification stage that ascertained the participants for Atlanta Open.

The competition was not played last year due to the coronavirus outbreak.

How to live stream Atlanta Open 2021?

ESPN and Tennis Channel will live stream Atlanta Open 2021. Fans can also go to Bet365, click on the tennis tab, and then on the Live Streaming option to watch the tournament live.

Atlanta Open 2021 TV Schedule

The timings mentioned in the schedule are EDT.

Date Time Round Network
Mon Jul 26 11:00am / 1:30pm / 7pm First Round Tennis Channel
Tues Jul 27 11:00am / 1:30pm / 7pm First Round Tennis Channel
Wed Jul 28 11:00am / 1:30pm / 7pm Second Round Tennis Channel
Thurs Jul 29 12:00pm / 1:30pm / 7pm Second Round Tennis Channel
Fri Jul 30 12:00pm / 1:30pm / 7pm Quarterfinals Tennis Channel
Sat Jul 31 12:00pm / 3pm / 7pm Semifinals Tennis Channel
Sun Aug 1 5:00pm Finals Tennis Channel

Participants for Men’s Singles

John Isner, Jack Sock, Grigor Dimitrov, the Bryan Brothers, Radu Albot, Frances Tiafoe, Marius Copil, Alex de Minaur, Matthew Ebden, Daniel Evans, Taylor Fritz, Ugo Humbert, Pierre-Hugues Herbert, Denis Kudla, Hubert Hurkacz, Cameron Norrie, Reilly Opelka, Jordan Thompson.

Why is Kyrgios favorite to shine in Atlanta?

In 2019, Alex de Minaur lifted the coveted Atlanta Open title. The third seed had beaten Taylor Fritz in straight sets in the final.

This year, Australia’s Nick Kyrgios seems to be a heavy favorite. The 26-year-old has six ATP titles under his belt and is featured in nine ATP finals.

Kyrgios will meet Cameron Norrie in the round of 16 clashes on July 29.

Recently, Kyrgios has opened up about himself and how he feels draws audiences to the sport. “But you have to have some people, I believe, that are relatable, that people can bring other fans to watch, like people that are just normal. I feel like I’m one of those people. I’m Nick Kyrgios. I know who I am,” he said.

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“Not everyone can be a Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal. These are, like, once-in-a-decade athletes that inspire millions of people. Like, they’re just gods. I see them like that, too.

The Australian tennis star has been a dominant force in recent years, especially known for the hard time he has given to World No. 1, Novak Djokovic.

One of his secrets to success has been being in a relaxed mode no matter what people say about him.

“I know that’s going to make a lot of people angry. He should be doing this. But I shouldn’t, though. It’s not your life, it’s mine. I’m okay with just enjoying myself, putting on a show.”

“I don’t put as much pressure on myself anymore. When I was younger, it was hard to deal with all the criticism that the media gave me, that everyone gave me. ‘He should be doing this [and] ‘He should be achieving this’ [and] ‘He’s not doing this enough.’

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