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Japan Open

Japan Open Live Streaming
Event: Japan Open
Sport: Tennis
Venue: Ariake Coliseum
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Live Streaming Availability: All Matches

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Japan Open Live Streaming

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ATP Tokyo

The Japan Open is a professional tennis tournament that is part on the men’s ATP Tour where it is a ATP World Tour 500 Series ranked event.

Matches take place at the Ariake Coliseum in the Japanese capital city of Tokyo with all of the action played on outdoor hard courts.

First established in 1972 and known as the Tokyo Outdoor Grand Prix, the Japan Open has also held a women’s WTA Tour event. Up until 2008 the tournament was a joint event but now there is a separated event, called the Pan Pacific Open that takes place on the women’s tour at the same venue.

As part of a series of tournaments taking place in this part of Asia around the same time, the Japan Open is able to attract many of the world’s top stars with many of the ATP top 10 ranked players appearing.

That coupled with a number of lower ranked players getting a good opportunity at the top level makes for an interesting tournament and one that can often provide shocks.

Amongst the winners in recent have been big 4 stars including Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Andy Murray.

Watch Japan Open Tennis

No matter if you know it as the Japan Open or the ATP Tokyo, the event is one of the oldest and most important tennis events to take place on the Asian continent.

Since starting up in 1973, the event has undergone a number of changes to the set up of the event, to its location and even to the surface that is played on.

For much of the tournaments existence, the Japan Open has been played on outdoor hardcourts, although the current venue does have a retractable roof at the impressive Ariake Coliseum.

The venue offers a main stadium court that is capable of holding around 10,000 fans in attendance as is the main stadium court of the Ariake Tennis Forest Park.

Located in the Koto area of the Japanese capital city of Tokyo, the venue is one of the biggest tennis stadiums on the tour outside of the 4 Grand Slam majors and it is also one of the biggest in Asia.

Between 1978-1981, the event changed to an outdoor clay court surface.

Between 1979 and 2008, the event was also a joint event between the men’s and women’s tour but there is now a separate event held for women in the city.

Upon its inauguration in 1973, the tournament was a Grand Prix circuit level event before becoming a Championship Series level event in 1990. In 1998, the event became an International Series Gold level event before between an ATP 500 series ranked event in 2009.

As one of the biggest tournaments in Asia from the get go, and with a large prize fund on offer plus plenty of ranking points, it is no surprise that the Japan Open has attracted plenty of household names and stars down the years with some previous players to enjoy success including Australia’s Ken Rosewell (who won the inaugural event) and Leyton Hewitt, Nick Kyrgios and John Newcombe, American Pat Du Pre, Czech Ivan Lendl, Swede Stefan Edberg, American’s John McEnroe, Jim Courier, Andre Agassi, and Pete Sampras, Dutch Richard Krajicek, Swiss stars Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka, Spain’s David Ferrer and Rafael Nadal, France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Japan’s Kei Nishikori, Argentine Juan Martin del Potro, Canadian Milos Raonic, Serbian Novak Djokovic, Russia’s Daniil Medvedev and Britain’s own Andy Murray and Tim Henman.

Despite the quality of player son show and the importance of the tournament it can be frustratingly difficult for fans of tennis to watch the ATP Tokyo live on British television.

Even if you have an ongoing and every increasingly expensive subscription to pay tv sports channels, the chances are that only a limited number of Japan Open tennis matches will be shown live.

The great news for all tennis fans is that there is now a much better way to watch tennis and a way that allows you to watch all of the action that you want to watch as all of the live streaming services from the online bookmakers featured on this page allow you to watch all of the great action from the tournament live online.

Whilst there is a requirement that you be aged 18 and over and have a funded account, you do get to watch all of the singles and doubles action from this event as well as tennis from tournament across the globe all year around live.

Choose where to watch the ATP Japan Open:

All of the action from the ATP Tokyo can be watched live online via the live streaming services of the bookmakers featured below.

No matter if you want to watch the singles event or the doubles event, you can pick and choose the action that you want to watch.

Their is a requirement that you are aged 18 and over and that you have a funded account but you can watch all of the action from the Japan Open tennis tournament as well as tennis from across the globe all year around.

Choose any of these great services to watch all of the great tennis action from Tokyo live online and choose to watch tennis from the majority of tournaments held across the globe on both the men’s ATP and the women’s WTA tours.

Tennis Live Streaming Services

NAME TOP COMPETITIONS DETAILS
Bet365 *Grand Slams
*ATP Tour
*WTA Tour
*ITF Tour
*Davis Cup
Registration and deposited account needed You Must Be Aged 18 Years Old and Over WATCH NOW (18+)
Coral *Grand Slams
*ATP Tour
*WTA Tour
*ITF Tour
*Davis Cup
Registration and deposited account needed You Must Be Aged 18 Years Old and Over WATCH NOW (18+)