The long-awaited game is finally here. Rafael Nadal (13-time Roland-Garros winner) and Novak Djokovic (world No. This Tuesday night, the quarter-finals will be played.
These two tennis greats will be meeting for the 59th consecutive time. This will be their last Paris match. The Spaniard has to deal with a sore left foot and hinted yesterday that this would be his last participation at the Parisian Grand Slam.
It is clear that this classic will be missed by all tennis lovers, as well as everyone else.
The match was to take place at 8:45 p.m. on Roland-Garros' Philippe-Chatrier court. It was a night session. After a fierce battle with France Television's broadcaster, Amazon Prime Video, the American broadcaster, won the case against the organizers.
However, the latter obtained free streaming from Amazon, anywhere in France, for the Djokovic/Nadal match. To access the evening sessions, it is normally necessary to subscribe to "Prime Video" (49 euros per annum or 5.99 euros per monthly).
You can access Prime Video on your smartphone, tablet, or computer by going to the website or downloading the mobile app. You don't need to create an account.
What happens if I want my TV to show the content? This is a more complicated process.
Apple device owners (iPhones, iPads, and MacBook) must use the Apple Airplay system for projecting images on the large screen. This is provided that you have an Apple TV connected to a WiFi network. Google Cast works the same way for Android devices. - Last option: You can access Prime Video directly from your TV via your internet box or digital store connected to your gaming console. In this instance, you will need to create an account to view the match. For those with new equipment, there is a "Prime” button on some remote controls. To directly access the service, click "Video".