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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Unread 2019-06-29, 10:02 PM Thread Starter
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TSN's live multi-court coverage of WIMBLEDON begins with first round action on Monday, July 1 at 6 a.m. ET on TSN. TSNís complete WIMBLEDON schedule is available at TSN.ca.

In addition to expansive coverage on TSNís five feeds, TSN subscribers will have access to unique bonus court feeds available for live streaming at TSN.ca/Live and on the TSN app.

Beginning Thursday, July 11 at 7 a.m. ET, the iconic tennis tradition of BREAKFAST AT WIMBLEDON returns to TSN, providing fans with an early morning preview of each dayís marquee matches. Additionally, WIMBLEDON PRIMETIME delivers a rundown of the dayís action every evening throughout the tournament, featuring encore broadcasts, highlights, and recaps of key matches. TSN and TSN Direct subscribers can also access the networkís WIMBLEDON Multiplex video player, allowing fans to watch multiple tournament matches at once across all TSNís dedicated WIMBLEDON feeds.

WIMBLEDON is part of TSNís exclusive tennis broadcast schedule that consists of all four Grand Slam tournaments, including the U.S. OPEN, running August 26 to September 8.

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TSN's tennis coverage would be better if their streaming service wasn't a giant pile of ****. For a network that steals everything from ESPN ó from programming to graphics ó you'd think TSN could also use the same platform that makes WatchESPN so great.
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So at one point in the coverage, I noticed that TSN switched from the ESPN feed to the WORLD feed. So they had access to both. Would had been nice had they put one feed on one set of TSN stations and the other feed on the other set so we could get different commentary.
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For the quarter finals and semi finals the US feed was on one TSN channel and the international feed was on a different TSN channel. The final was on 2 TSN channels, both the US feed. I liked the international feed....
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TSN delivers exclusive live coverage of the new seasonís first major championship Ė the 2020 AUSTRALIAN OPEN. TSNís coverage begins with the First Round on Sunday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. ET. The AUSTRALIAN OPEN is the first of the four tennis Grand Slam tournaments airing exclusively on TSN, continuing with the FRENCH OPEN, WIMBLEDON, and US OPEN.

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I would like to watch the Australian Open, is TSN+ the same as TSN?
Looking at Rogers ignite theme packs that's the only TSN I can find. Can you just subscribe for a month?
Just had another look and it appears TSN+ is a 4K channel. I don't have a 4K tv, does that mean I can't view it or would I just see it in 1080p?
Hoping someone can answer these questions for me.
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Sorry, I just noticed that only one of the TSN channels is in 4K.

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You can subscribe to TSN Direct if you want: https://www.tsn.ca/subscribe?utm_sou...=SeasonLaunch# It has nothing to do with your Rogers subscription one way or the other.
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@TheHans ,

Thanks for your reply, I knew that I could subscribe directly with TSN Direct but I am not sure how that works with streaming it to my tv which is not smart.
The only streaming device I have is Fire tv stick.
I think it would be easier for me to just add the theme pack to my Rogers account and see it as a channel.
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I'm no expert on the Firestick, that's for sure. But doesn't Firestick have its own browser or you could install a browser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0t3J0TVxQ3Y and then just go to the TSN Web site and sign in and watch the Aussie Open. Shappy's up first on Day One, so hurry up LOL.
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Streaming through a browser doesn't work for devices, just Windows or Mac computers. If you want to stream to a device like a Fire Stick, you need an app for the service and there isn't a Fire Stick app for TSN.
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Meh, TSN's online coverage is garbage compared to ESPN and always has been. ESPN streams every single court, every single day which means every single match is covered from men's to doubles to wheelchair. The best TSN can do is offer three courts? Get outta here!
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ESPN streams every single court, every single day which means every single match is covered from men's to doubles to wheelchair. The best TSN can do is offer three courts?
All true, but he can't stream ESPN here legally after all and so we can't talk about how he can get ESPN. So at least TSN is available to him.
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