The Sony Sports Network is engaged in preparing for the broadcast of the second Grand Slam event of the year, Roland Garros 2022, which is set to begin on May 22. This is the first year that the sports network will be showing the prestigious Grand Slam and which is scheduled to be broadcast in 4 languages with live coverage of the event. For the first time in India, viewers will be able to see the language of their choice, Raulan Garros in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The event is scheduled to be broadcast on Sony Six, Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3, and Sony Ten 4 channels and live stream of the tournament on its on-demand OTT platform SonyLIV.
The Sony Sports Network is going to provide viewers with an unmatchedly-minded experience of this massive event through the complete coverage of the tournament with 4 languages and a live studio show. The tournament is going to see the return of extra services which is the broadcaster's flagship show for grand slam tournaments. The show is to be hosted by Sarthak Lal and expert panelists like Olympian Somdev Devvarman, Davis Cup player Purav Raja and former tennis player Gaurav Natekar are set to appear.
Manish Bataviya, Atish Thukral and Gaurav Natekar are going to do commentary in the Hindi language on Sony Ten 3 channels. Current Indian players Jeevan Neduncheshiyan and Arun Venugopal are set to join the Tamil commentary panel, while Asian Games medalists Vishnu Vardhan and Sandeep Kumar are scheduled to do commentary in Telugu on the channel.