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Watch 2023 Rome Masters Live Streaming Online

The Italian Open, also known as Rome Masters and Italian Internazionali BNL Italia, is an annual professional tennis tournament conducted in Rome, Italy every year. It is one of the most prestigious clay tournaments in the world after the French Open. If you looking to watch the 2023 WTA Italian Open and ATP Rome Masters live streaming online, you’re at the right place below.

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With the French Open played soon after the Italian Open, it comes as no surprise that players use this Masters competition for their dry run before the start of the second Grand Slam of the year.

Even for the ladies, the tournament holds a lot of importance, given that it is a Premier 5 event with 900 ranking points at stake. It takes place immediately after the Madrid Open and year after year, many big names attend the competition.

Through the years, we have seen the likes of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Alexander Zverev, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Elina Svitolina, Simona Halep, and other major ATP and WTA stars feature in the event.

When will 2023 Italian Open be Played?

The 2023 edition of the Italian Open will be played from May 8 to 21 becoming another Masters 1000 tournament to be played over the traditional one week period. The qualifiers for both, the men’s and women’s draw will be held over the two days before the start of the competition between May 8 and 9.

The first round matches will be held from May 9 while the women’s and men’s finals will be played on May 20 and 21.

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Player List for the 2023 Rome Masters

The tournament player list will typically be released about a month or so before the tour

Some of the top men’s and women’s players in the world are expected to participate in the Rome Open this year. With Roger Federer and Serena Williams having retired, the onus will be on some of the other tennis greats like Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Iga Swiatek and Ons Jabeur to take on the big-name mantle.

Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz and can all be expected to present for this year’s Rome Masters.

In the women’s side of the draw, Swiatek will be expected to lead the draw and she and Jabeur could be joined by Aryna Sabalenka, Paula Badosa and Maria Sakkari.

Here’s a list of seeded players who featured in the previous edition of the Italian Open.

Men’s Singles

Novak Djokovic
Alexander Zverev
Rafael Nadal
Stefanos Tsitsipas
Casper Ruud
Andrey Rublev
Carlos Alcaraz
Félix Auger-Aliassime
Cameron Norrie
Jannik Sinner
Hubert Hurkacz
Diego Schwartzman
Denis Shapovalov
Reilly Opelka
Pablo Carreño Busta
Roberto Bautista Agut

Women’s Singles

Iga Świątek
Paula Badosa
Aryna Sabalenka
Maria Sakkari
Anett Kontaveit
Karolína Plíšková
Danielle Collins
Garbiñe Muguruza
Ons Jabeur
Emma Raducanu
Jeļena Ostapenko
Belinda Bencic
Jessica Pegula
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Coco Gauff
Victoria Azarenka

Italian Open Format for 2023

A total of 56 men’s and women’s singles players will be in action in the main draw. Eight of the players in each draw get a first round bye while the remaining 48 fight it out in the opening. 24 of these 48 will join the eight with the byes in the second round proceeding in a knockout manner from thereon.

The top eight seeds in both draws get byes.

There will be 28 men’s players in qualifying action of which seven will make it to the main draw while the women’s draw will have 32 players vying in the qualifiers for the eight main draw spots.

How to watch the 2023 Rome Masters Live Streaming

There are multiple ways to watch the Rome Masters live streaming on your device, whichever that may be, and we have mentioned some of the best ones here. Below we share with you a few of the options on how to find the Italian Open 2023 live streaming.

We will begin with an option in which you do not have to pay a monthly premium or a subscription fee to be able to watch the Rome Open live. All you need here is a pre-funded account or you need to have bet at least 24 hours before the event to be able to watch the streaming.

You can catch all the tennis action from the Rome Open 2023 live with Bet365. Being one of the world’s most trusted bookmakers, they are also known for their world-class platform and top-notch systems to live stream every single major sporting event.

By signing up with bet365 and prefunding your account using the process mentioned below customers have an easy access to the Italian Open tennis 2023 live streaming.

Once you have signed up and funded your account, you can visit the live streaming tab and select the ‘ATP Rome’ or ‘WTA Rome’ option to catch all the action live. The best part is that this tournament is just one of the 100,000+ events that Bet365 live streams every year.

Here is the process you can follow to watch 2023 Italian Open live on your device:

  • Go to here
  • Register with (or log in to your account)
  • Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
  • Select the ‘ATP Rome’ or ‘WTA Rome’ live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

Keep in mind that this site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours.

Remember, geo-restrictions might apply.

If you have any other problems accessing the Rome Masters live stream, kindly let us know in the comments section below.

Other Options to watch Rome Masters live streams

Bet365 isn’t the only bookmaker that offers tennis live streams, although admitted they are the best in the business. You can explore this very option with another bookmaker that offers tennis live streaming services – covers a broad spectrum of other sports and tennis events like the Italian Open. You can follow the event live on their page by creating an account and making a small deposit of $10 or more. Alternately, you must have bet in the last 24 hours of the stream using the same account to access the live streaming link.

Here too, geo-restrictions may apply.

Lastly, you also have and – the official live streaming partner of the ATP and WTA Tours respectively. They live stream all the ATP & WTA matches every year, for a standard subscription fee. To watch the Rome Masters live streaming with them, you will need to be sign up with TennisTV for a fee of $14.99/month while WTATV subscription comes at $9.99/month.

How to watch Rome Masters in the UK?

UK viewers of the ATP Rome Masters can do so by subscribing with Amazon Prime who have the rights to all the important ATP tennis tournaments from around the world including the Italian Masters. You can also avail of their 30-day free trial that allows you to sign up for free and watch Rome Masters, other tennis (and other entertainment services) for a month without paying for it.

Amazon Prime hold the ATP tennis live streaming rights till 2023 for UK. Once the trial period gets over, you have the option of continuing with the subscription to Amazon Prime through which you can also watch ATP tennis for GBP 7.99/month.

Watch Rome Masters live by downloading Amazon’s Prime video App and install its application on either the phone or desktop. A Smart TV also allows you that option, or you can convert your television into a Smart TV by using an Amazon Fire Stick or other such options.

How to Watch the Rome Masters Live in the USA?

Tennis fans who are looking to watch the Italian Open 2023 in the USA can do so by subscribing with Tennis TV. The WTA draw of the tournament will also be streamed live with Both these subscriptions come at a monthly cost which can be checked on the respective websites.

Rome Open Live on TV

The TV guide for the tournament will be updated a few days before the tournament begins. This is a list of TV channels that had broadcast the Italian Open last season in different countries. This list is an indicative list for the 2023 edition of the tournament and is subject to change.

CountryTV Channel
AfghanistanMSM (Sony)
BangladeshMSM (Sony)
BhutanMSM (Sony)
ShanghaiShanghai Media
Hong KongPCCW
IndiaMSM (Sony)
JapanGaora Sports Channel
South KoreaEclat
MalaysiaMeasat (Astro Supersport)
MaldivesMSM (Sony)
NepalMSM (Sony)
PakistanMSM (Sony)
PhilippinesElite Sport
SingaporeStarhub (Supersports)
Sri LankaMSM (Sony)
TaiwanSino Catch (Sportcast)
ThailandCineplex (Truevisions)
VietnamCanal+ Overseas
MENABeIn Sport
CanadaTennis Canada/Rogers Sportsnet
CaribbeanESPN International
South AmericaESPN International
United StatesTennis Channel
United StatesESPN (Indian Wells, Miami, Nitto ATP Finals)
United StatesESPN (Canada, Cincinnati)
AfricaCanal+ Overseas/Africa
MENABeIn Sport
AustralasiaESPN International
AndorraSogecable/Telefonica (Movistar)
AndorraTVE (Siccative)
AustriaSky Deutschland
BelgiumTelenet (Play Sports)
Bosnia & HerzegovinaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
CroatiaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
Czech RepublicTolano (Digi Sport)
DenmarkModern Times Group (TV3)
GeorgiaSilk Media
GermanySky Deutschland
GreeceHellenic (OTE TV)
HungaryRCS & RDS (Digisport)
Italy, San Marino & Vatican CitySky Italia
LichtensteinSky Deutschland
LuxembourgSky Deutschland
MontenegroUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
NetherlandsFox Sports
North MacedoniaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
NorwayModern Times Group (Viaplay)
PortugalSport TV
RomaniaRCS & RDS (Digisport)
SerbiaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
SlovakiaTolano (Digi Sport)
SloveniaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
SpainSogecable/Telefonica (Movistar)
SpainTVE (Siccative)
SwitzerlandSky Deutschland
SwedenModern Times Group (Viaplay)
TurkeySaran (agent to many channels)
United Kingdom & ROIAmazon Prime Video
WorldwideTennis TV

What Happened at the 2022 Rome Open?

Top seeded Novak Djokovic shrugged off his semifinal loss at the Madrid Open to go on to win this men’s singles title in Rome by beating Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final.

He did not drop a single set in the entire tournament, with wins over Aslan Karatsev, Stan Wawrinka, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Casper Ruud punctuating his run through to the title-decider. It was the 38th time that Djokovic had won a Masters 1000 title while also clinching the Italian Open for the sixth time in his career.

Rafael Nadal fell in the third round of the competition to Denis Shapovalov.

The women’s singles title was won by Iga Swiatek, who defeated the Madrid Open winner Ons Jabeur in the final. Swiatek ran away to a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Jabeur. In doing so, Swiatek successfully defended her title.

Like Djokovic, Swiatek also did not lose a single set in the competition with wins over Elena-Gabriela Ruse, Victoria Azarenka, Bianca Andreescu and Aryna Sabalenka taking her to the final.

Second seeded Paula Badosa fell in the third round of the tournament.

What happened at the 2021 Rome Open?

Rafael Nadal and Iga Swiatek won the men’s and women’s singles titles at the 2021 Italian Open.

The Spaniard overcame Novak Djokovic in three hard-fought sets to lift the trophy for the 10th time while Swiatek registered one of the most facile wins in a WTA tournament win defeating Karolina Pliskova 6-0, 6-0.

What happened at the 2020 Rome Open?

Novak Djokovic won the 2020 edition of the competition in the men’s section of the draw while Simona Halep was the women’s champion that season. Here’s more on how they went on to win the title and how the other players performed in the competition.

Djokovic benefitted from Rafael Nadal’s early exit at this year’s Italian Open to go on to win the title in 2020. The Serb survived some early tough moments to get past Diego Schwartzman in the final before clinching the match 7-5, 6-3 to grab the win.

Schwartzman had earlier stunned the second seeded Rafael Nadal in straight sets in the quarterfinals, before needing a third set tie-breaker against Denis Shapovalov in the semifinal.

Djokovic’s biggest test came in the quarterfinals against German qualifier Dominik Koepfer, who managed to take a set off him.

Much like the top seed in the men’s draw, the women’s singles competition also saw the top seed Simona Halep win the title. Halep was leading Karolina Pliskova, 6-2, 2-0 in the final when she quit the match because of fitness concerns.

Halep had defeated Jasmine Paolini, Dayana Yastremska and Yulia Putintseva in straight sets to make it to the semifinal where she needed three sets to get past Garbine Muguruza.

Pliskova had defeated 2019 French Open runnerup Marketa Vondrousova in the semifinal to enter the title-decider.

What Happened at the 2019 Italian Open?

Defending champion Nadal managed to win the title yet again as he stormed past Novak Djokovic in the final. While Djokovic did manage to take a set off Nadal, he never managed to fully recover from the first set bagelling in that final and fell to a three-set defeat.

The top seeded Djokovic had earlier needed three sets in his semis against Diego Schwartzman as well, after having edged out Juan Martin del Potro 4-6, 7-6, 6-4 in the quarters. Nadal, on the other hand, wasted no time getting into the finals, with just 13 games dropped till before the semi-finals. When he won the first set in the final, 6-0, the writing seemed to be on the wall before the Serb raised his game and Nadal dropped his first set of the competition.

Kei Nishikori, Fernando Verdasco and Roger Federer were the other quarterfinalists in the tournament with the Swiss maestro withdrawing from his match against Tsitsipas due to injury.

Two-time defending champion Elina Svitolina was shocked in the second round by Victoria Azarenka, while Pliskova won the tournament beating Britain’s Johanna Konta in the final. Pliskova clinched the title 6-3, 6-4 having beaten Maria Sakkari in straight sets in the semifinal as well.

Pliskova had earlier gone past Ajla Tomljanovic in the second round, beat rising star Sofia Kenin in the third and then edged out Azarenka in her quarterfinal. Konta defeated Marketa Vondousova in the quarterfinal before sending out sixth seeded Kiki Bertens in the semis. Naomi Osaka withdrew from her quarterfinal against Bertens, while Maria Sakkari overcame Kristina Mladenovic in the battle of the qualifiers to enter the last-four.

Previous Rome Open & Rome Masters Champions

Men’s Singles

2022: Novak Djokovic
2021: Rafael Nadal
2020: Novak Djokovic
2019: Rafael Nadal
2018: Rafael Nadal
2017: Alexander Zverev
2016: Andy Murray
2015: Novak Djokovic
2014: Novak Djokovic
2013: Rafael Nadal
2012: Rafael Nadal
2011: Novak Djokovic
2010: Rafael Nadal
2009: Rafael Nadal

Women’s Singles

2022: Iga Swiatek
2021: Iga Swiatek
2020: Simona Halep
2019: Karolina Pliskova
2018: Elina Svitolina
2017: Elina Svitolina
2016: Serena Williams
2015: Maria Sharapova
2014: Serena Williams
2013: Serena Williams
2012: Maria Sharapova
2011: Maria Sharapova
2010: Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez
2009: Dinara Safina