Netflix Confirms Part Two of Break Point Will Launch in June

June is a great month for fans of tennis. They get to enjoy the business end of the French Open at Roland Garros, before settling in for the start of the grass court season, which culminates in the finals of Wimbledon in July.

In June 2023, there’s an extra tonic for tennis lovers. Netflix have confirmed that the second part of the first season of Break Point will air next month.

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The French Open is shaping up to be another fantastic edition of the tournament, with wily veterans Novak Djokovic (5/2) and Rafa Nadal (7/2) once again prominent in the Roland Garris odds alongside the likes of Alexander Zverev (22/1), the immensely-talented German yet to win his first Grand Slam crown.

For those betting on tennis that favor the women’s game, the skilful Ons Jabeur (11/1) has the all-round game to thrive on clay, 2021 French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova (14/1) will also be of interest while former world number two Paula Badosa (16/1) could be one to watch.

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To celebrate the French Open and to get you in the mood for Wimbledon, Netflix have confirmed that part two of their tennis documentary Break Point – specifically episodes 6-10 – will also be given a worldwide release in June.

The series is similar in style to other sports-based docs, such as Drive to Survive and Full Swing, and follows the ups and downs of life on the professional tennis circuit.

Part one of the first season follows the likes of Djokovic, Nick Krygios and Taylor Fritz as they enjoy the highs and lows of life as a tennis pro, while the fifth episode was rather apt ahead of the return to Roland Garros: the ‘King of Clay’ features Nadal as he embarks on his preparations for a tilt at a fourteenth French Open title (spoiler alert: it goes rather well for him).

Who’s in Part Two of Point Break?

So far, Netflix have kept their cards close to their chests when it comes to part two of Point Break.

But given the players they were given access to in part one, it seems likely that the action will focus on those that enjoyed deep runs at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open in 2022 – Djokovic, Kyrgios, Jabeur, Frances Tiafoe and Ajla Tomljanovic chief among them. The trailer also features an appearance from former French Open semi-finalist Maria Sakkari.

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Point Break is the latest in a line of sports-based documentary series’ that have proven immensely popular. Drive to Survive and Full Swing have already been green lit for more seasons, while fans of Apple TV surfing doc Make or Break will be hoping that returns for a third instalment soon.

Welcome to Wrexham, the behind-the-scenes reality show following the journey of Hollywood stars turned soccer club owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenny, has enjoyed immense popularity in North America and the UK.

Point Break is following in that tradition, and all the signs suggest that Netflix has another smash hit on its hands.

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