How to Watch French Open On Kodi (Updated : 2021)
By Nancy William 2 minutes
It is time for the legendary French Open, also known as Roland Garros, a tennis tournament held in France in the month of May and June each year (however, 2021 is different due to Covid 19). The spirit has begun to seep in the fans and their lives and everyone is looking for ways to watch French Open 2021 on Kodi. Well, look no more. The solution is right in front of you.
Watch French Open 2021 on Kodi
First and foremost, you need FastestVPN to watch French Open on Kodi.
Watch French Open on Kodi with NBC Kodi addons for French open.
- Launch Kodi
- Click Add-ons
- Click Package Installer (box icon on top right)
- Select Install from Repository
- Click on Video add-ons
- Select WNBC Programs
- Hit Install and enjoy French Open on Kodi for free
Roland Garros 2021 on Kodi will only be accessible to you if you are connected to FastestVPN’s US server.
Online Broadcasters for French Open on Kodi
Channels that are officially broadcasting French Open 2021 with exclusive rights are as follows:
- France: FranceTV Sports, EuroSport 1&2
- United Kingdom: ITV 1 and ITV2
- United States: Tennis Channel, NBC, ESPN
- Canada: RDS(French), TSN(English)
- Australia: Fox Sports
- European Countries: EuroSport 1 and 2
- African Countries: Super Sports and beIN sport
- Caribbean: ESPN Caribbean
- South American: ESPN Latin
- New Zealand: Sky NZ
- Asian Countries: FoxSports
- India and Subcontinent: Neo Sports, MNC Sports
- Middle East: beIN Sports
- Fiji & Pacific Islands: Fox Sports
If not for French Open, you can always resort to these paid channels to watch the tennis tournament.
Watch Tennis (French Open 2021) Online on Kodi
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