Don't wait until Wimbledon to watch the game again—live-streaming services are available for both tours this week. Ukrainian Elina Svitolina is seeking her fifth title of the year in Birmingham. (AP)

This year’s French Open was replete with stories of excellence, surprise and drama, leaving us with many questions to ponder about both tours. Here’s another one: why wait until Wimbledon—two weeks away—to glean those answers?

Many of the questions that surround the sport, and will come to define the 2017 season, are being answered right now, with clay giving way to grass. The faster surface will quickly reveal new contenders (and pretenders) throughout the game’s strata, and will raise additional questions about the tour landscapes. Tennis, the sport that never sleeps, is a cycle of entertainment that’s meant to be followed weekly.

Which brings us to this week. Whether you’re watching tennis on television, on a computer or on a mobile device, you’ll be able to keep up with the global game through a variety of access points.

Continuing coverage of the grass season, beIN Sports will air WTA tournaments in Birmingham and Mallorca, featuring Top 10 players Dominika Cibulkova, Garbine Muguruza and Elina Svitolina, British No. 1 Johanna Konta and Americans Alison Riske and CoCo Vandeweghe:

Tuesday, June 20

06:00 AM Birmingham (W), Early rounds (beIN Sports, Live)
06:00 AM Birmingham (W), Early rounds (beIN Sports 10, Live)

Wednesday, June 21

06:00 AM Birmingham (W), Early rounds (beIN Sports 10, Live)
06:30 AM Birmingham (W), Early rounds (beIN Sports, Live)

Thursday, June 22

06:00 AM Birmingham (W), Early rounds (beIN Sports 10, Live)
06:30 AM Birmingham (W), Early rounds (beIN Sports, Live)
06:30 AM Mallorca (W), Early rounds (beIN Sports 9, Live)

Friday, June 23

06:00 AM Birmingham (W), Quarterfinals (beIN Sports 10, Live)
06:30 AM Birmingham (W), Quarterfinals (beIN Sports, Live)
06:30 AM Mallorca (W), Quarterfinals (beIN Sports 9, Live)

Saturday, June 24

06:30 AM Birmingham (W), Semifinals (beIN Sports, Live)
06:30 AM Birmingham (W), Semifinals (beIN Sports 10, Live)
09:00 AM Mallorca (W), Semifinals (beIN Sports 9, Live)

Sunday, June 25

11:00 AM Mallorca (W), Final (beIN Sports 9, Live)

In all, beIN Sports will broadcast more than 40 WTA tournaments this season on network TV and on its streaming service, beIN Sports Connect. Like most streaming services on the web, you'll be able to view the content after authenticating your cable subscription.

For this week’s ATP tour coverage in Halle and Queen's Club, tune into Tennis Channel on TV and online, the latter via Tennis Channel Everywhere. The app and website also features Tennis Channel Plus, an expanded subscription streaming service.

Tuesday, June 20

06:00 AM Halle (M), Early rounds (Tennis Channel, Live)
06:00 AM Queen's Club (M), Early rounds (Tennis Channel, Live)

Wednesday, June 21

06:00 AM Halle (M), Early rounds (Tennis Channel, Live)
06:00 AM Queen's Club (M), Early rounds (Tennis Channel, Live)

Thursday, June 22

06:00 AM Halle (M), Early rounds (Tennis Channel, Live)
06:00 AM Queen's Club (M), Early rounds (Tennis Channel, Live)

Friday, June 23

06:00 AM Halle (M), Quarterfinals (Tennis Channel, Live)
06:00 AM Queen's Club (M), Quarterfinals (Tennis Channel, Live)

Saturday, June 24

07:00 AM Halle (M), Semifinals (Tennis Channel, Live)
07:00 AM Queen's Club (M), Semifinals (Tennis Channel, Live)

Sunday, June 25

07:00 AM Halle (M), Final (Tennis Channel, Live)
07:00 AM Queen's Club (M), Final (Tennis Channel, Live)

It is within this collection of tennis portals that you’ll be able to watch Roger Federer restart his Wimbledon prep in Halle after an early loss in Stuttgart. 

Be sure to bookmark Baseline’s TV Schedule for the latest event listings and start times, which are updated each weekend. And be sure to bookmark beinsports.com and tennischannel.com to access live streaming of tournaments around the world.

It wasn’t long ago that was nearly impossible to follow tennis in between the big events. But with advances in technology, an insatiable demand for live coverage and this guide to following the game, tennis has never been easier to find, no matter where—or how—you’re watching.