Where to Watch Monte Carlo Masters 2023: Live Streaming and TV Options

The Monte Carlo Masters heralds the start of a new phase of the 2023 tennis calendar. The annual event in Monaco usually attracts the world’s top players who compete for the coveted title on the famous red clay courts. This year’s tournament is set to be particularly intriguing, with some notable absentees.

The bi, including Rafael Nadal, who has won the tournament a record-breaking 11 times. Compatriot and teenage sensation, Carlos Alcaraz has also pulled out of the clay court event.

However, there are still plenty of big names to watch out for, including Novak Djokovic, who make a return to the 1000 points event after missing out on the Indian Wells and Miami Open. Fans will be excited to see Andy Murray return to the event for the first time since 2017. The ageing duo will face tough competition from the other top players in the draw, including Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and Alexander Zverev.

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The King of Clay is missing but Tsitsipas will look to register his third win in succession. The Monte Carlo Masters promises to be a thrilling event that will set the tone for the rest of the clay court season.  With its stunning coastal location and so many talented players in the draw, and plenty of drama and excitement on and off the court, it’s a tournament that no tennis fan should miss.

If you’re excited to follow all the action from the Monte Carlo Masters, then you’re in luck! In the next section, we’ll provide you with all the information you need to stay connected to this exciting clay court tournament.

Where to Watch Monte Carlo Masters (English-Speaking Nations)

The list of channels and their regional coverage for the Monte Carlo Masters is as follows:

United States

Tennis fans in the USA and its territories can follow Monte Carlo Masters action on the Tennis Channel and TC Plus. Tennis Channel’s subscription costs $14.99 per month.


beIn Sports is the official broadcaster for Monte Carlo Masters in Australia.


Canadian nationals can follow the coverage live on TSN. 

United Kingdom

British and Irish fans have the option of Amazon Prime to follow the clay court event on the device of their choosing. It costs just £8.99 per month, you are spoilt for choices for whatever court you want to view throughout the tournament.   

Other countries

China: CCTV

Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, France: Eurosport

Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, East Timor, Philippines, Singapore: beIN SPORTS Southeast Asia

Germany: Sky Deutschland

Greece: OTE, Hellenic (OTE TV)

Hong Kong: PCCW

India, Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka: Viacom18

Italy: Sky Italia

Japan: NHK, Gaora Sports Channel, WOWOW

Middle East: beIN SPORTS

New Zealand: Sky NZ

Poland: Polsat

Spain: Telefonica/ Movistar

Turkey: Ssport

What You Must Do to Access Monte Carlo Masters Live Streaming Through Prime

If you wish to stream Monte Carlo Masters tennis matches in 2023 on Amazon Prime, you need to have a Prime account. It is a simple process and the short guide below will help you to set it up prior to the tournament. 

  1. Head over to and Sign in. Create an account using your email if you don’t have one. 
  2. Search for Prime and add it to your account.
  3. Click/tap on Check out, and select your preferred billing method to finalize the purchase.

This three-step process should only take as many minutes. You are not limited in your device choice and can stream the fixtures on your mobile phone, PC, television or tablet.

Watch Monte Carlo Masters on TV – FAQs

What devices will I be able to watch the Monte Carlo Masters through?

You can spectate Monte Carlo Masters games on the device of your choice, such as tablets, smartphone, and TV.

Are there any free Monte Carlo Masters live-streaming options for UK viewers?

Monte Carlo Masters will not be streamed for free in the UK and caution is advised in using any sites that are offering such services.

Will any UK bookmakers be streaming the Monte Carlo Masters matches?

In addition to Amazon Prime, Monte Carlo Masters action will be streamed by bookmakers like bet365, William Hill, Ladbrokes, and others.

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