Break Point smashed its way onto Netflix on January 13, 2023. Offering the chance for fans to delve into the rollercoaster of emotions, the series follows them through career-threatening injuries, triumphant victories, heartbreaking defeats, and personal moments off the court.
Here are all the updates about the second part of Break Point!
Break Point: What is it about?
Break Point follows several players of the tennis world – both the WTA and ATP tours. The series offers fans a BTS of what happens in the tennis field.
According to the official synopsis, the Netflix original “follows a select group of top tennis players on and off the court as they compete in grueling Grand Slams and tournaments all over the world.”
Will there be a part 2 of Break Point?
Yes. Break Point has been split into two parts. The second part will hit the screen this summer. Read on to know the release date.
Break Point Part 2 Release Date
Netflix has yet to announce a specific release date. But we expect the series to air on June 23 or June 30. Keep checking back to uncover the exact release date!
How many episodes in total?
Break Point will have a total of 10 episodes, as per makers. Part 1 released 5 episodes. The remaining 5 episodes will air in part 2.
The release schedule for Break Point is as follows:
- Episode 1 – The Maverick | January 13, 2023
- Episode 2 – Take the Crown | January 13, 2023
- Episode 3 – California Dreaming | January 13, 2023
- Episode 4 – Great Expectations | January 13, 2023
- Episode 5 – King of Clay | January 13, 2023
- Episode 6 – 10 | June 2023
Break Point Part 2 Release Month
As aforesaid, Netflix has not confirmed the official release date for Break Point part 2. But the series will hit the screens this summer in June.
What to expect from the storyline?
Break Point is a series that offers a fascinating BTS glimpse of what happens when the world’s topmost tennis players get on the tennis field. As they compete to become the number one in the world, fans get to see the behind-the-scenes look.
Which players appeared in Break Point Part 1?
The first half of the season featured appearances from players like Nick Kyrgios, Maria Sakkari, Felix Auger-Aliassime, and more.
Where to watch Break Point?
Watch the series Break Point on Netflix.
EP Paul Martin says ‘Break Point’ shows the dark side of tennis.
Ahead of the series premiere of Break Point, executive producer Paul Martin spoke with Esquire and discussed the docuseries.
He suggested that tennis is one of the most grueling sports, stating that he and fellow EP James Gay-Rees previously vowed to show the dark side of the sport if given the opportunity. Thankfully, Netflix offered them the chance.
Paul also discussed the misconceptions surrounding tennis: “People see tennis as this genteel game, that it’s wearing white and it’s strawberries and cream,” he said. “And isn’t it all so graceful? No. It’s filthy, tennis. And it’s hard.”
We sat down and we did probably 25 player interviews at the Australian Open last year,” he added.
“And every single one of them that we did, James and I came out of them and were like, ‘I don’t know why they do it. I genuinely don’t know what the upside is. Because that looks like torture.'”
Paul later mentioned that he grew up playing sports but never stepped on the tennis court — why is that? Well, he quickly admitted, “Tennis would have ruined me. Tennis would have just ruined me mentally.”
“Tennis is an incredibly brutal world,” says executive producer James
Executive producer James Gay-Rees reiterated those statements with GQ, suggesting that those who “think it’s this nice sport that’s very safe, cozy and not very edgy” will be surprised to learn that’s far from the truth.
James told the outlet, “tennis is an incredibly brutal world. It’s so hard to get into the top 100 or the top 10 and stay there. And because of the individual nature of it, it is not a nice, easy option.”
He also noted, “There’s nowhere to hide in tennis. You’re out there by yourself, you’re traveling by yourself, you’re in hotel rooms by yourself.”
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