TV Replays

2024 Match Replays

The ESPN App was the home of US Men's Clay Court action in 2024. You can watch replays of the action through the month of April. Click on the links below to relive the week.

Monday, April 1 - Day Session First Round 
Adjukovic vs Nakashima; Kypson vs Bergs

Monday, April 1, 6 pm - Night Session First Round 
Hijikata vs Eubanks; Ritschard vs Wolf

Tuesday, April 2, 12 pm - Day Session First Round 
Galan vs Paire; Michelsen vs Purcell; Kokkinakis vs Kovacevic

Tuesday, April 2, 6 pm - Night Session First Round 
Giron vs Shapovalov; Thompson vs Wu

Wednesday, April 3, 2 pm - Day Session Second Round 
Darderi vs Cerundolo; Nakashima vs Hijikata

Wednesday, April 3, 6 pm - Night Session Second Round 
Shelton vs Bergs; Giron vs Wolf

Thursday, April 4, 2 pm - Day Session Second Round 
Mmoh vs Purcell; Etcheverry vs Galan

Thursday, April 4, 6 pm - Night Session Second Round 
Tiafoe vs Duckworth; Thompson vs Kovacevic

Friday, April 5, 12 pm - Day Session Quarterfinals 
Etcheverry vs Mmoh; Shelton vs Nakashima; Giron vs Darderi

Friday, April 5, 6 pm - Night Session Quarterfinals 
Tiafoe vs Thompson

Saturday, April 6, 1 pm - Semifinals 
Shelton vs Etcheverry; Tiafoe vs Darderi

Saturday, April 6, 4 pm - Doubles Final 
Purcell + Thompson vs Blumberg + Peers

Sunday, April 7, 2 pm - Singles Final
Shelton vs Tiafoe

To tune into the action, follow these steps:
1) Access the ESPN App (download here) on any Smart TV, tablet or phone or go to 
2) Authenticate your existing cable, satellite or streaming package that includes ESPN
3) Search for tennis within the app
4) Settle in to watch the action

Broadcast Team
Sam Gore and Jason Knapp called the action with analysis from Jimmy Arias and Leif Shiras, and courtside commentary and player interviews from Blair Henley plus special guest appearances.

Gore has hosted ESPN’s Grand Slam tennis coverage on DirecTV and is a play-by-play announcer for numerous sports on ESPN. His other work includes play-by-play on a variety of collegiate competitions, including the NCAA tennis championship.

Knapp has worked six Olympics, including play-by-play of tennis during the Summer Games and curling at the Winter Games. He has called more than a dozen sports in his career. In addition to his Olympic work, his tennis background includes play-by-play for the US Open world feed.

Arias was a two-time champion of the River Oaks International Tennis Tournament as well as a past champion of the US Clay Courts, winning that event when it was held in Indianapolis. Arias achieved a career high ranking of No. 5 while winning five ATP titles and reached 11 other finals. In 1987, he won the River Oaks Langston Sportsmanship Trophy.

Shiras was a three-time participant in the U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship as a player. His best career result came on grass, reaching the Wimbledon Round of 16 in 1989 and reaching the final at Queen's Club in London, where he lost to John McEnroe. His extensive broadcasting resume includes work with Sky Sports in the U.K. 

Henley, a former Rice tennis standout, will contribute courtside commentary and conduct post-match interviews as part of her role as stadium emcee. Henley has previously been an on-court host at numerous events, including the US Open. While in college, she was named Conference USA Player of the Year while leading the Owls to the league title.



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