Break Point is a new documentary series about tennis that you can watch on Netflix. The first half of Break Point came out in January. When does the second half come out?
Break Point is a fascinating look behind the scenes at the lives of some of the world’s best tennis players as they try to become number one in the world. Nick Kyrgios, Maria Sakkari, Felix Auger-Aliassime, and many more players played in the first half of the season.
If you’ve seen all five episodes, you’ve already seen the special teaser for Break Point part 2, which shows Iga Swiatek getting ready to play Serena Williams. The players’ journeys to the U.S. Open will also be shown in the next set of episodes.
This Netflix documentary series from the same people who made Formula 1: Drive to Survive is already getting good reviews online, so fans want to know when the second half of the season will be out. So far, here’s what we know.
Part 2 of Break Point Comes out in……
Netflix has not yet announced the official release date for Break Point part 2, but they did say that the second half of the documentary series would be out in June 2023. This means that fans will have to wait a few more months to see the rest of the season.
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Break Point Part 2 Episode Count
The first part of Break Point has episodes 1–5, and the second part will have episodes 6–10. There are a total of ten episodes in Break Point. Netflix hasn’t put out the official trailer for Part 2, but you can see a teaser for it at the end of the fifth episode.
Even though fans are probably upset that they have to wait so long to see the rest of Break Point, there are a lot of exciting sports documentaries coming out this year on Netflix.
Part 1 of Break Point is now available to stream, and part 2 will be out in June 2023. Keep an eye on NogMagazine.com for more related updates. .
Jessa Martin is the author of Nogmagazine, A professional in writing by day, and novelist by night, she received her bachelor of arts in film from Howard University and her master of arts in media studies from the New School. A Brooklyn native, she is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, currently residing in the borough she loves, most likely multitasking.