The World Tennis League runs from December 19-24 in Dubai.
Iga Swiatek and Novak Djokovic are the top seeds. It’s a mixed-team event with the final between the two best teams.
Team Falcons includes Djokovic, Dimitrov, Sabalenka, and Badosa.
Iga Swiatek leads Team Kites. Felix Auger-Aliassime, Holger Rune, and Eugenie Bouchard are her colleagues.
Caroline Garcia and Nick Kyrgios lead Team Eagles. Bianca Andreescu, Andreas Seppi, and Rohan Bopanna will join them.
Alexander Zverev, Elena Rybakina, Anett Kontaveit, and Dominic Thiem are Team Hawks.
Each day will end with a music concert for fans. Tiesto, Ne-Yo, and others will headline.
This December has been unusually active for tennis enthusiasts. The six-day tournament is the third exhibition this month, so they’ll have enough to do.
The 2023 season begins December 29 in Australia with the United Cup.
If successful, the World Tennis League will return on a greater scale. Here’s where to follow the event:
WTA live streaming channels
Viewers from the following countries can watch live:
Tennis Channel – USA & UK.
Jio Cinema and Sports 18 – India.
Stan Sport – Australia.
DAZN – Spain.
Super Channel – Italy.
RTL – Belgium & Belarus.
SportKlub – Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.
AMC – Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Canal+ – Poland.
Vivaro TV – Armenia.
Charlton – Israel.
Dubai TV – Middle East and North Africa.
Start – Russia.
Sport Max – Caribbean.
Claro – Brazil.