So I get made fun of a lot for how much tennis I watch. I'm always dragging in the mornings because invariably I've been up until at least 3am watching some tournament taking place somewhere on the other side of the world. But when it comes to Slams it's even worse because you really don't want to miss anything and there's like 8745234 matches going on at once, with the early rounds occupying 14 hours of the day.
So question: What's is the toughest Slam to watch?
You would think for me it would be the Australian Open, but I actually find that super easy to watch because it doesn't really take place during work hours. I can get a good 6 hours of work uninterrupted by any concerns about tennis. Plus I'm a night owl so I can stay up to watch matches and I love coming home from work and being able to watch 6-8 hours of tennis immediately.
The US Open is annoying because it takes place during my work day. And, since I'm a night owl, it bugs me that the tennis is over by 10pm my time. That's like, FIVE HOURS of live tennis I'm not getting during my prime tv watching time!
For me the toughest Slams to track are probably Wimbledon and RG. I'm not a morning person, so rolling out of bed at 4 or 5am is not good times for me. And play is finished by the time I get home from work, which means I don't get to watch that much live tennis. Factor in the rain delays and it's just really hard to know who's playing where and when at any given moment. That said, Wimbledon does have the best livestream service, so that's a check in their favor.