WTA Finals 2021 Live stream: Where to watch, TV channel details in each country

Find out where to watch the live matches of the WTA Finals 2021

Participants of the WTA Finals 2021
Participants of the WTA Finals 2021

The WTA Finals 2021 will commence from the 10th of November. This year will mark the 50th edition of the year-end tournament that features the top 8 WTA players.

With the 2020 edition being cancelled, 2019’s winner Ashleigh Barty is the defending champion. However, Barty, who had spent 8 months away from home, decided to call it quits on the season and withdrew from the tournament. The vacancy that was created by her withdrawal was filled by Anett Kontaveit.

WTA Finals 2021: Tournament Details

Ashleigh Barty
Ashleigh Barty with her 2019 WTA Finals Trophy
  • Tournament: WTA Finals 2021
  • Prize Money: $5,000,000
  • Dates: November 10 – November 17 2021
  • Venue: Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Surface: Indoor Hard Court

WTA Finals 2021: Player Groups

Group A features top-seeded Aryna Sabalenka, 4th seeded Maria Sakkari, 5th seeded Iga Swiatek and the 7th seeded Paula Badosa.

Aryna Sabalenka, Barbora Krejcikova, Karolina Pliskova - top 3 seeds of the WTA Finals 2021
Aryna Sabalenka, Barbora Krejcikova, Karolina Pliskova – Top 3 seeds of the WTA Finals 2021

Group B consists of 2nd seeded Barbora Krejcikova, 3rd seeded Karolina Pliskova, 6th seeded Garbine Muguruza and 8th seeded Anett Kontaveit.

GROUP AGROUP B
Aryna SabalenkaBarbora Krejcikova
Maria SakkariKarolina Pliskova
Iga SwiatekGarbine Muguruza
Paula BadosaAnett Kontaveit

WTA Finals 2021: Where to watch

WTA Finals
WTA Finals

The broadcasting of the WTA Finals 2021 will be done worldwide and different channels and their respective applications will stream the matches.

COUNTRYBROADCASTER
AustraliabeIN
AustriaDAZN
BelaruaBelarus TV
BelgiumTelenet
BulgariaBulsat
CanadaTVA Sports, DAZN, TSN
CaribbeanSportsmax
Central and South AmericaESPN
ChinaiQIYI
Chinese TaipeiSportscast
Czech RepublicO2 TV
DenmarkTV2
EstoniaDelfi/Telia
FinlandC More, MTV 3
FrancebeIN
GeorgiaSilknet, Adjara
GermanyDAZN
GreeceCosmote TV
Hong KongNow TV
HungaryDIGI Sports
IsraelCharlton
ItalySuper Tennis
JapanDAZN
LatviaBest4Sport
LiechtensteinDAZN
LithuaniaSport 1
Malaysia & BruneiAstro
Middle East and North AfricabeIN
MoldovaSetanta
MonacobeIN
NetherlandsESPN
New ZealandSpark
PhilippinesTAP DMV
PolandCanal +
PortugalEleven Sports
Puerto RicoTennis Channel
RomaniaDIGI Sport
RussiaEurosport
SingaporeStarHub
SlovakiaRTVS
SpainDAZN
Sub-Saharan AfricaSuperSport
SwedenC More
SwitzerlandDAZN
ThailandTruevision
TurkeybeIN
UkraineSetanta
UK and IrelandAmazon Prime Video
USATennis Channel

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