The eagerly awaited second installment of the tennis documentary series Bre Point now has a release date along with the players to appear in part 2
Netflix has set a premiere date for “Bre Point: Part 2,” the continuation of its tennis documentary series.
Bre Point on Netflix part 2 release date, players list, cast and trailer
Paula Badosa, Matteo Berrettini, Taylor Fritz, Maria Skari, and others are just some of the up-and-coming players the show will be following.
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Bre Point returns! Part 2 premieres June 21 pic.twitter.com/IlFWZDELc8
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BREAKING: Netflix will release the last five episodes of Bre Point, their fly-on-the-wall tennis documentary, on Wednesday 21 June, 10 days before Wimbledon. pic.twitter.com/VztUmo6GTr
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The second part of Bre Point is set to release on June 21, 2023, and will be available to stream on Netflix. The creators of the F1 series “Drive to Survive” also worked on this. In Bre Point, we follow the ups and downs of what it tes to me it as a professional tennis player. Especially if you’re a young player aspiring to be like Serena Williams or Roger Federer, who paved the way for countless others.
The first season’s recordings took place in 2022, and the first five episodes are already available. Since their publication in January, however, viewers have been eager for updates on the show’s ongoing season. The following is a list of upcoming episode guests and their respective air dates.
Tennis players who will be in Bre Point Part 2
There will be a primary focus on Paula Badosa, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Taylor Fritz, Matteo Berrettini, Ons Jabeur, Casper Ruud, Nick Kyrgios, Maria Skari, Aryna Sabalenka, and Ajla Tomljanovi.
It will also include the rest of the year’s tournaments, such as Wimbledon, Eastbourne, Queens, the US Open, the WTA Finals, and the ATP Finals. Also participating will be Thanasi Kokkinis, Sloane Stephens, Iga Swiatek, Frances Tiafoe, and Stefanos Tsitsipas. The likes of Maria Sharapova, Andy Roddick, and John McEnroe, all tennis greats, will also be offering their opinions. The show will return for a second season that will cover the 2017–2018 tennis season.
Bre Point Season 1 Part 1 review
So, Bre Point is an intriguing documentary series that successfully replicates the mood and tone of Drive to Survive, if not without some hiccups along the way as the show finds its footing and attempts to incorporate the cadence and rapport of tennis into its formula. This tennis show hits its stride by the third episode and never lets up from there, like an athlete who discovers an extra gear late in a close match.
With Serena Williams, Andy Murray, Nov Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal all nearing the conclusion of their respective careers, this 10-part series focuses on the next generation of bright people coming through the ranks.
These first five episodes neatly segment the show, allowing us to concentrate on two of the four major tennis events that occur each year. In particular, the Australian Open and the French Open at Roland Garros. From the bad boy rebel Nick Krygios to the Italian stallion Matteo Berrettini, each episode introduces us to a new athlete.