With the excitement of Wimbledon just around the corner, Prime Video has got you covered with a number of tennis-related documentaries, movies, and TV shows available to stream, rent, or buy, including the brand-new feature-length documentary Federer: Twelve Final Days.

Here are our favourite picks.

Federer: Twelve Final Days

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Roger Federer in Federer: Twelve Final Days

This new documentary explores the final moments of Roger Federer’s iconic tennis career before his retirement.

Originally filmed as a home video that wasn’t intended for public viewing, it’s a uniquely intimate look at a more vulnerable side of the star, as he says goodbye to the game that has shaped his life for the past two decades.

Featuring interviews from legendary rivals and friends including Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray, this is an unmissable watch for any tennis lover.

Watch Federer: Twelve Final Days on Prime Video.


A still from the movie Challengers

Luca Guadagnino’s sizzling sports drama captured the attention of movie fans everywhere when it was released in cinemas back in April. Now, you can enjoy Challengers in the comfort of your own home.

The action follows a tense love triangle between injured tennis star Tashi (Zendaya), her tennis champion husband Art (Mike Faist), and her ex-boyfriend Patrick (Josh O’Connor) — who also happens to be Art’s former best friend and doubles partner.

With an electrifying score and heart-racingly tense tennis scenes, Challengers is definitely one to add to your watchlist ahead of Wimbledon.

Challengers is available to rent in HD for £15.99 or purchase in HD £19.99.


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A still from the series Fifteen-Love

In this high-drama series from the producers of Line of Duty and Vigil, we follow Justine (Ella Lily Hyland), a former teen tennis prodigy whose career ended after a devastating tragedy on the world stage.

Five years later, her former coach Glenn (Aidan Turner) has returned after having won the French Open with his new player. This emotional upheaval spurs Justine to make an explosive allegation against Glenn which rocks the tennis world.

It’s a complex, gripping story about lies, deceit and a desperate bid for control that will have you hooked from the first episode.

Watch Fifteen-Love on Prime Video.

The hit Prime Video series doesn’t shy away from some of the most head-popping scenes ever put on screen. Check them out ahead of Season 4’s debut on 13 June.


A still from the movie Wimbledon

What better way to get excited about Wimbledon than by watching the classic British romantic comedy named after the tournament itself?

This film introduces us to Peter Colt (Paul Bettany), a wealthy British tennis players in his thirties competing in his final Wimbledon. At the tournament, he meets American rising tennis star Lizzie Bradbury (Kirsten Dunst), who completely transforms his perception of his career as they fall in love.
If you’re looking for a sweet and charming watch that celebrates all things Wimbledon, this film is for you.

Wimbledon is available to rent in HD for £3.49 or purchase in HD for £5.99.

Battle of the Sexes

A still from the movie Battle of the Sexes

Garnering two Golden Globe nominations, this critically acclaimed drama is loosely based on the internationally televised tennis match in 1973 between 55-year-old Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) and 29-year-old Billie Jean King (Emma Stone).

After Riggs boasts that he can beat any female tennis player, even in his older age, King accepts a financially lucrative offer to play him in a match, dubbed the “Battle of the Sexes”. What follows is a thrilling game that completely transforms the future of women’s tennis.

Inspiring, exciting, and thoroughly entertaining, Battle of the Sexes is a must-see for tennis fans.

Battle of the Sexes is available to rent in UHD for £3.49 or purchase in UHD for a discounted price of £4.99.

King Richard

A still from the movie King Richard

Serena and Venus Williams are two of the most legendary names in tennis, but you may not know that their father planned for their success before they were even born.

In an Oscar-winning performance, Will Smith plays Richard Williams, a man who dedicates his life to helping his daughters become the best in the game and achieve the impossible.

This biographical family drama offers a rare glimpse into the early lives of Serena and Venus, demonstrating how the power of perseverance shaped two iconic tennis careers — and changed the world.

King Richard is available to rent in UHD £3.49 or purchase in UHD for a discounted price of £3.99.

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