As the world adapts to spending more time at home, many are looking for ways to keep themselves entertained. But social distancing isn't so bad when there's a solid collection of tennis films available.

Here are some tennis movies to stream this week.


Battle of the Sexes

The star-studded 2017 film is based on the famous 1973 match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. The storyline touches on many historically weighted topics included unequal prize money, the rise of the WTA and homosexuality in sports. A-list leads Emma Stone and Steve Carell will make you laugh and cry during this two-hour movie.


Where to stream it: Amazon Prime, YouTube, Vudu and Google Play


Strokes of Genius

Based on the book by the same name written by Tennis Channel's Jon Wertheim, this saga centers on the 2008 Wimbledon final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. With insights from the champions themselves, the documentary sinks its teeth into the storied rivalry, that's still going strong today.

Where to stream it: Tennis Channel Everywhere, iTunes



This one is for all the love birds out there. Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany star in the 2004 rom-com about love and sport. Bettany plays a tennis star who's ranking has slipped over the years. As he begins to consider retiring, he crosses paths with Dunst, an up and coming player. As the two fall in love, Bettany finds the motivation to win again.


Where to stream it: Hulu, Amazon Prime, iTunes, YouTube, Google Play and Vudu


Borg vs. McEnroe

"There are no easy games, but people seem to think so," said Sverrir Gudnason, who plays Bjorn Borg in the 2017 saga. After watching it, the audience has a more in-depth understanding that nothing in this sport is easy. Shia LaBeouf plays Borg's biggest rival John McEnroe, and the two go through it all: rage, passion, ecstasy. The cinematography really pulls this story together and emotions will run high.


Where to stream it: Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play and Vudu


7 Days in Hell

Remember the Wimbledon match that went on for three days? Well, there's a movie about it, sort of. The 2010 marathon match between Nicolas Mahut and John Isner went down in history. The 2015 HBO mockumentary stars Andy Samberg and Kit Harington, with Serena Williams even making a cameo.

Where to stream it: HBO Now, Hulu, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play and Vudu