Tennis Channel Now Has Its Own Shop Where You Can Buy Clothing, Gear And More

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With Tennis season well underway, more homes will be looking to watch Tennis Channel more often. For those homes that simply can’t get enough Tennis Channel, the Sinclair-owned network now has its own online shop where you can buy clothing, gear, accessories and more.


Tennis Channel got a little easier for many streaming homes to access this year after a deal saw the network return to YouTube TV. While it did only return as part of the paid Sports Plus add-on, it is still an easy way to add the channel to an existing YouTube TV base package. Considering YouTube TV has between 5 and 6 million subscribers now, that’s an option for many homes.

For those not signed up to YouTube TV, it is also possible to get access to Tennis Channel through a number of other live TV providers. The cheapest option overall is $51 per month through Sling TV, when adding the Sports Extra add-on to either the Sling Blue or Sling Orange base package.


If you are a Tennis Channel ultimate fan, then you might want to know that the network has teamed up with Tennis-Point to launch an official online merchandise site, Shoppers can choose from a wide selection of tennis products, including clothing, gear and accessories, as well as a smaller selection of pickleball products.

Tennis Shop

Following the launch of the new e-commerce shop, Tennis Channel viewers will also now begin to see regular promotions for the online shop when watching the network. This does include studio segments devoted to Tennis Shop during tournament coverage.

In due course, Tennis Channel also says it plans to launch a new line of merchandise that’s dedicated to the network’s unique brand. This new private-label product line is expected to launch in 2024, and will be exclusively available to buy on Tennis Shop.

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