Therefore, I thought it would be a good idea to compare these two services to determine which one provides the best value for money.
Tennis TV vs Tennis Channel Plus Comparison
For this comparison, I looked at the tournaments that were available on both services, the features they come with, and finally the cost.
In terms of tournaments covered, TC+ is the better option as you get to watch the majority of ATP and WTA tournaments that are held throughout the year as well as the Davis Cup, Billie Jean King Cup, WTA Finals, and Laver Cup.
|ATP Tournaments||All ATP 250,500, and 1000 Tournaments||The Majority of ATP 250,500, and 1000 Tournaments held throughout the year|
|WTA Tournaments||No||The Majority of WTA 250,500, and 1000 Tournaments held throughout the year|
|Grand Slams||No||Live Coverage of US Open, and replays of the Australian Open and Wimbledon*|
|Billie Jean King Cup||No||Yes|
|WTA Finals||No||Was show in 2022 (To be Confirmed for 2023)|
|Next Gen ATP Finals||Yes||Yes|
*Grand Slam coverage is shown on the regular Tennis Channel Feed.
In terms of features, both services’ offerings are very similar with the main difference being the number of live matches shown, with TC+ having more as they cover both the men’s and women’s tours while TTV only covers the men’s tour.
|Live Matches:||Yes, 2,500+ live matches and replays each year||Yes, 4,500+ live matches and replays each year|
|Streaming Options:||Amazon Fire TV|
Most Android/IOS Devices
|Amazon Fire TV/ Fire Stick|
AppleTV, iPhone (iOS), iPad (iOS)
|Number of Devices:||Can be used on multiple devices (computers/mobiles/tablet devices/Smarts TVs).||Can be used on up to five devices (computers/mobiles/tablet devices/Smarts TVs) at the same time.|
A TC+ yearly subscription currently costs $109.99 per year, while a yearly subscription to TTV costs $119.99 per year (or $14.99 monthly).
In my opinion, TC+ is the better option to go with as you get access to more tournaments and it costs less per year.
However, if you are only interested in ATP tour matches, then TTV is a good option as they have comprehensive coverage of all the ATP 250, 500, and Masters 1000 tournaments.