Paris Masters live stream 2023: how to watch tennis final online from anywhere, Djokovic vs Dimitrov

Novak Djokovic of Serbia plays a forehand prior to his first match at the Paris Masters 2023
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Watch Paris Masters live stream 2023

Amazon Prime Video is showing the 2023 Paris Masters in the UK. New subscribers can watch the whole tournament using the 30-day free trial. beIN Sports is the broadcaster in Australia, which also offers a free trial. In the US, the Paris Masters is on the Tennis Channel. It's TSN in Canada and Sky Sport in New Zealand. Scroll down for full details on how to watch Paris Masters tennis wherever you are.

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Dates: Monday, October 30 - Sunday, November 5
Watch free: Amazon Prime Video FREE trial (UK)
Use ExpressVPN to watch any stream

Paris Masters 2023 preview

Seven weeks since he walked out of the Arthur Ashe Stadium holding the US Open trophy for the fourth time, world number one and arguably the greatest men's player of all time (a debate for another time!) Novak Djokovic is back in action at the 2023 Paris Masters.

Unsurprisingly for a player so dominant over the last decade or so, the Serb also has the best all-time record at this indoor tournament that takes place at the Accor Arena in Bercy. With a stunning six titles to his name since 2009, the next best record here is Marat Safin with three wins.

The Serbian legend is set to play the unseeded Grigor Dimitrov in Sunday's final.

Keep reading for all the information you need to watch Paris Masters 2023 live streams where you are, with FREE access available in the UK thanks to Amazon Prime Video. You'll also find the tournament schedule at the bottom of the page.

Paris Masters final schedule (Sun, Nov 5)

  • Novak Djokovic vs Grigor Dimitrov - 2pm GMT / 9am ET

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How to watch Paris Masters 2023: live stream tennis for free in the UK

Try Amazon Prime FREE for 30-days

Try Amazon Prime FREE for 30-days
Streaming giant Amazon has the rights to broadcast this ATP tennis tournament in the UK, so Prime Video members can live stream Paris Masters action as part of their plan. Play for the final starts at 2pm GMT.

You can live stream the tennis on Amazon Prime Video on the website and on its app for Android, iOS, Fire TV, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Roku, Samsung, Sony and LG Smart TVs.

Not a subscriber? Prime Video costs £8.99 per month or £95 per year, and – as well as the tennis – you get access to Amazon's full streaming library of TV shows and films, as well as unlimited one-day delivery on Amazon orders in the UK and numerous other perks.

Plus, new users can sign up for a FREE 30-day Amazon Prime trial with full access to live sports coverage and free one-day delivery during that time.

Away from the UK but still want to watch the tennis on your Prime Video account? Download and install a VPN to watch as if you were back in the UK.

How to watch Paris Masters tennis from outside your country

We've got all the TV channel and online streaming information you need further down this article for tennis fans in countries like the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand with full Paris Masters 2023 live stream details.

But if you're travelling overseas and you  try to watch your domestic stream, you'll soon find a problem – geo-blocking. That's where the broadcaster prevents you from watching your usual feed from abroad, which is a common problem for sports fans all over the world. 

Thankfully, by downloading and installing a VPN, you can effectively trick your computer into thinking that it's back at home.

Use a VPN to watch a Paris Masters live stream from anywhere:

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ExpressVPN is the world's top VPN right now
We've taken the time to try out all the biggest VPN providers and we found ExpressVPN to be the pick of the bunch. It works with lots of devices (including laptops, iOS, Android, PlayStation, Xbox and other streaming devices) and offers super fast connections across its many servers. 

Throw in its robust set of security features, fast connections and excellent 24/7 customer support and ExpressVPN is the best all-round VPN for streaming. Plus, it has a 30-day money back guarantee plus 3 months FREE when you subscribe for a year.

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How to use a VPN to watch tennis

Getting started with a a VPN is as easy as one-two-three...

1. Download and install a VPN - the best service you can get right now is ExpressVPN.

2. Connect to the appropriate server location - open your VPN, go to 'choose location' and select an appropriate sever. So it would be 'UK' for Amazon Prime Video.

3. Head to the broadcaster's stream - visit your home broadcaster's site or app and watch as if you were at home - Amazon Prime Video for UK tennis fans abroad.

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How to watch Paris Masters 2023: live stream in the US

Tennis Channel

The aptly named Tennis Channel is where to watch Paris Masters 2023 coverage (and plenty of other ATP tournaments) in the US. Play starts at 9am ET / 6am PT today.

Many cable providers carry the Tennis Channel, so if yours does then you're good to go.

How to watch Paris Masters without cable:

Not got cable? There are plenty of other ways to stream Paris Masters 2023 tennis. For starters, there's Tennis Channel Plus, where the only current subscription option is the $109.99 per year annual plan.

If you prefer a TV package that offers more than just tennis, Sling TV is one of the most affordable OTT services available. For $11 a month, you can add the Tennis Channel to any standard Sling TV plan (prices from $40 per month) thanks to its Sports Extra add-on.

Fubo is another great option, though you need its $84.99 Elite plan to get the Tennis Channel included alongside 200+ others. New customers can give Fubo a try with its FREE 7-day trial.

And to access your domestic sports coverage when overseas, don't forget that you can use a VPN - we rate ExpressVPN as the best overall.

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How to live stream Paris Masters 2023 and watch tennis online in Canada


TSN has the rights to show Paris Masters tennis in Canada, with play starting at 9am ET / 6am PT.

Most of the major singles action will take place across linear TSN channels. So if you get TSN as part of your cable package, you can watch on TV or log in with your cable details to watch Paris Masters live streams online.

Alternatively for cable cutters, TSN+ is also showing the action. It costs just $8 a month or $80 for a year and carries all TSN live sports that you can access on the likes of web browsers, smartphones, tablets, select Smart TVs, Fire Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku and Xbox.

If you already subscribe but find yourself outside Canada while this is on, then you could always download a VPN and watch as if you were back at home.

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How to watch Paris Masters: live stream tennis in Australia

beIN Sports

Tennis fans in Australia can watch Paris Masters 2023 on beIN Sports, with play starting at 1am AEDT.

beIN Sports costs $14.99 a month or you can effectively get 12 months for the price of 10 with the $149.99 annual plan. And if you're new to the specialist sports streamer, you can take advantage of its FREE one-week trial.

For beIN subscribers who find themselves outside Australia while the event is on, you can use a VPN to avoid annoying geo-blocking.

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How to watch Paris Masters 2023: live stream tennis in New Zealand

Sky Sport

Sky Sport is the place to watch Paris Masters tennis in New Zealand. Subscribers can tune in online using the country's Sky Go service.

If you don't have Sky Sport on cable, the cricket is also being shown live via the Sky Sport Now streaming-only platform. A Sky Sport Now subscription costs from $24.99 per week.

Sky Sport is the home to loads of major sporting events in New Zealand, including Cricket World Cup live streams.

Paris Masters 2023 schedule

Monday, October 30
Round of 64

Tuesday, October 31
Round of 64 and Round of 32

Tuesday, October 31
Round of 32

Thursday, November 2
Round of 16

Friday, November 3

Saturday, November 4

Sunday, November 5

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