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Tennis Channel

Tennis Channel is a television channel in the United States launched on May 15, 2003. Tennis Channel is currently the 111th most popular channel on TV, watched by a total number of 28,000 people (up +40% from last week) throughout the day, as of the average weekly audience measurement for the period ending .

Tennis Channel weekly, primetime, P2+ ratings chart

Tennis Channel Ratings

Tennis Channel Weekly Ratings
DateDaypartDemoAudienceRating
2022-11-20HH20,0000.02
P2+28,0000.01
P25-544,0000.00
PTHH21,0000.02
P2+27,0000.01
P25-545,0000.00
2022-11-13HH16,0000.01
P2+20,0000.01
P25-543,0000.00
PTHH23,0000.02
P2+27,0000.01
P25-543,0000.00
2022-11-06HH30,0000.02
P2+38,0000.01
P25-546,0000.00
PTHH51,0000.04
P2+64,0000.02
P25-5411,0000.01
2022-10-30HH17,0000.01
P2+22,0000.01
P25-544,0000.00
PTHH16,0000.01
P2+20,0000.01
P25-543,0000.00
2022-10-23HH23,0000.02
P2+29,0000.01
P25-545,0000.00
PTHH34,0000.03
P2+43,0000.01
P25-547,0000.01
2022-10-16HH25,0000.02
P2+32,0000.01
P25-545,0000.00
PTHH39,0000.03
P2+56,0000.02
P25-5411,0000.01
2022-10-09HH17,0000.01
P2+24,0000.01
P25-544,0000.00
PTHH16,0000.01
P2+22,0000.01
P25-543,0000.00
2022-10-02HH14,0000.01
P2+19,0000.01
P25-543,0000.00
PTHH15,0000.01
P2+18,0000.01
P25-543,0000.00
Tennis Channel Monthly Ratings
DateDaypartDemoAudienceRating
2022-10-31HH19,0000.02
P2+25,0000.01
PTHH24,0000.02
P2+32,0000.01
2022-09-30HH16,0000.01
P2+20,0000.01
P25-543,0000.00
PTHH14,0000.01
P2+17,0000.01
P25-543,0000.00
2022-07-31HH27,0000.02
P2+35,0000.01
P25-547,0000.01
PTHH52,0000.04
P2+70,0000.02
P25-5415,0000.01
2022-06-30HH46,0000.04
P2+57,0000.02
P25-5411,0000.01
PTHH40,0000.03
P2+50,0000.02
P25-5412,0000.01

Top Tennis Channel Shows

The four highest-rated scheduled programs on Tennis Channel by total viewership audience as of Thursday, November 3, 2022.

RankProgramAudienceChange
1Roland-Garros345,000+39%
2Masters Series263,000+95%
3Wimbledon204,000+32%
4Tournament73,000-78%

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Alexander The Great

Jun 23, 2022 11:29 EST

The interest for the tennis channel dropped by an order of magnitude since the TV channel was acquired by Comcast. It just became one of the main promoters of the Democratic agenda. Incoherent and biased commentaries replaced the well documented analyses of the past. Now, everybody needs to carefully choose their words. The numbers above show the entire story. Too bad...

kyle cordell

Jun 28, 2021 17:17 EST

USA male tennis "stars" have won a piddling 5 of the 140 Masters played since 2005 and 0 (none) of the last 81 Slams. Major International stars appear, if at all, maybe 3 times per season in the USA. The ATP/WTA stage two of the biggest events, Miami and IW, in USA winter when the NCAA hoops and NBA, NHL are in full regalia! No wonder interest the sport is dying here! If pro tennis were a NYSE company, the entire "management" team would be fired. The sport's head is collectively buried in the clay: They see no evil and no problem at all. The 24/7 USA sports talk shows with a large 18-49 demo almost never utter the world "tennis" (unless Serena has a tirade).

Both ATP,WTA have most of their events trivial 250 point affairs that most of the top 40 ignore and witness mostly empty stadia until maybe the semis or finals. What a mess!
They falsely claim 1 in 10 (10%) of the USA plays tennis yet 1 in 330 tuned into Nadal v. Djokovic in a Slam semi on NBC! For decades the weak, amateur TV announcers mispronounced most all the East and Central European star surnames.

niels orbon

Apr 29, 2021 15:17 EST

It appears as though pro tennis interest in the U.S. other than at Slam semis and finals has fallen off the cliff into a deep black hole of irrelevance. U.S. men have won 5 of the last 225 Masters 1000 titles and tournaments have vanished over the past decades.

NCAA men's teams have been increasingly shuttered and the men's and women's college tennis rosters rely often on recruitment of cadres of overseas ringers absent U.S. players of sufficient skill. RIP ATP/WTA!

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