US Open Tennis 2021 Schedule and Broadcast Info
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It’s the end of August and September is on its way to take control. So do you know what does that means? No bro, I am not talking about climate change. It’s time for the world’s most popular tennis tournament, the US Open 2021.

Tournament Preview:

The final Grand Slam of this year has finally ready to raise his flag. The selection qualifying match just ended on 28 August. Now, the real show is about to start it’s the journey with all the most powerful tennis players.

It’s a bit of sad news for tennis lovers that there will be no Federer and Nadal match. Both the players staying at their homes cause of injuries. Also, Dominic Thiem won’t join in the tournament cause of a wrist injury. So, everyone is guessing that Novak Djokovic will dominate the court all by himself. In the women’s section Serena Williams, Sofia Kenin won’t come to the US Open 2021 tournament.

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It doesn’t matter who is coming to US Open and who is not. Cause it’s the world’s biggest tennis tournament event. And there is plenty of other champions that can give you the excitement of a heart attack.

Here, we create an article on the US Open 2021 tournament. Here we will talk about the event schedule, place, where to live stream, previews, and some other facts that you may enjoy.

So let’s get started.

US Open Tennis 2021 Date, Venue, Tickets:


This year’s tournament is going to be the 141st edition of the US Open. It’s ready to take off with all the greatest tennis players of the year. The 2021 US Open will take place from August 30 to September 12. It’s the main draw.

The qualifying match was held on August 24-27.

Below, we gave the full schedule of the game event, go there for more information.


Players are ready with their rackets in hand to step into the court. The tournament is set to play in the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center located in New York.


The good news for tennis lovers is that this time the event will allow the audience. There are some rules on that too but you can enjoy the game live in person. So, don’t be lazy and get your tickets now.

How to Live Stream US Open Tennis 2021?

  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Live Stream: ESPN+

For the USA fans, the tournament will be broadcast by the ESPN network. ESPN has many sub-channels and almost every one of them will show the whole game. They are the official broadcaster of ESPN. They are working with the US Open airing program for twelve years now. You could watch every US Open match with ESPN.

Besides tennis, ESPN broadcasts all other sports too. ESPN is the biggest sports-related channel in the USA. If you chose the TV cable line for watching then no money will require for the watching. Just make sure your cable line has the ESPN network on it. If it doesn’t contact your local cable provider.

ESPN has the live streaming service too via online apps. The app is called ESPN+. For online streaming, this will be your best server. But ESPN+ doesn’t come with free, have to buy the subscription first. A monthly subscription will cost 6.99 dollars and an annual subscription cost 13.99 dollars.

How to Watch From Anywhere?

US Open is the biggest Grand Slam of the year and the most popular one. People from all around the world wait for the whole year. Here are the ways of live streaming the US Open 2021 from all around the globe.

  • UK: Amazon Prime
  • Continental Europe: Euro Sports
  • Canada: TSN, RDS
  • Australia: SBS
  • India: Star India
  • Japan: WOWOW
  • Middle East: beIN Sports
  • North Africa: beIN Sports
  • Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport
  • Mexico: ESPN
  • Southern Asia: Fox Sports

Yet, if you can’t get access to live streaming in your country, then download a free VPN and enjoy. VPN could make your device slow but everything else will be fine.

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US Open Tennis 2021 Schedule:

Date Round Time (ET) TV Channel
Monday, August 30 First Round 11 a.m. ESPN Deportes
Monday, August 30 First Round Noon ESPN
Monday, August 30 First Round 6 p.m. ESPN2
Tuesday, August 31 First Round 11 a.m. ESPN Deportes
Tuesday, August 31 First Round Noon ESPN
Tuesday, August 31 First Round 7 p.m. ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Wednesday, September 1 Second Round 11 a.m. ESPN Deportes
Wednesday, September 1 Second Round Noon ESPN
Wednesday, September 1 Second Round 6 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
Thursday, September 2 Second Round 11 a.m. ESPN Deportes
Thursday, September 2 Second Round Noon ESPN
Thursday, September 2 Second Round 6 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
Friday, September 3 Third Round 11 a.m. ESPN Deportes
Friday, September 3 Third Round Noon ESPN
Friday, September 3 Third Round 6 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
Saturday, September 4 Third Round 11 a.m./7 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
Sunday, September 5 Round of 16 11 a.m. ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Sunday, September 5 Round of 16 7 p.m. ESPN2
Monday, September 6 Round of 16 11 a.m./7 p.m. ESPN2
Tuesday, September 7 Quarterfinals Noon/7 p.m. ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Wednesday, September 8 Quarterfinals Noon ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Wednesday, September 8 Quarterfinals 7 p.m. ESPN2
Thursday, September 9 Women’s semifinals 7 p.m. ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Friday, September 10 Men’s doubles championship Noon ESPN2
Friday, September 10 Men’s semifinals 3 p.m./7 p.m. ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Saturday, September 11 Mixed doubles championship Noon ESPN3
Saturday, September 11 Women’s championship 4 p.m. ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Sunday, September 12 Women’s double championship 1 p.m. ESPN2
Sunday, September 12 Men’s championship 4 p.m. ESPN/ESPN Deportes

US Open Tennis Draw 2021:

Men’s Singles First Round

  1. No. 1 Novak Djokovic vs. TBD
  2. No. 14 Alex de Minaur vs. Taylor Fritz
  3. No. 10 Hubert Hurkacz vs. EgorGerasimov
  4. No. 20 Lorenzo Sonego vs. TBD
  5. No. 6 Matteo Berrettini vs. Jeremy Chardy
  6. No. 4 Alexander Zverev vs. Sam Querrey
  7. No. 17 Gael Monfils vs. Federico Coria
  8. No. 13 Jannik Sinner vs. Max Purcell
  9. No. 9 Pablo CarrenoBusta vs. TBD
  10. No. 7 Denis Shapovalov vs. Federico Delbonis
  11. No. 5 Andrey Rublev vs. TBD
  12. No. 18 Roberto Bautista Agut vs. Nick Kyrgios
  13. No. 12 Felix Auger-Aliassime vs. TBD
  14. No. 16 Cristian Garin vs. Norbert Gombos
  15. No. 3 StefanosTsitsipas vs. Andy Murray
  16. No. 8 Casper Ruud vs. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
  17. No. 19 John Isner vs. Brandon Nakashima
  18. No. 11 Diego Schwartzman vs. RicardasBerankis
  19. No. 15 GrigorDimitrov vs. Sam Riffice
  20. No. 2 Daniil Medvedev vs. Richard Gasquet

Women’s Singles First Round

  1. No. 1 Ashleigh Barty vs. Vera Zvonareva
  2. No. 13 Jennifer Brady vs. TBD
  3. No. 11 Belinda Bencic vs. ArantxaRus
  4. No. 7 IgaSwiatek vs. TBD
  5. No. 4 Karolina Pliskova vs. Catherine McNally
  6. No. 14 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova vs. Alison Riske
  7. No. 10 Petra Kvitova vs. PolonaHercog
  8. No. 17 Maria Sakkari vs. Marta Kostyuk
  9. No. 6 Bianca Andreescu vs. ViktorijaGolubic
  10. No. 5 ElinaSvitolina vs. TBD
  11. No. 19 Elena Rybakina vs. AliaksandraSasnovich
  12. No. 12 Simona Halep vs. Camila Giorgi
  13. No. 16 Angelique Kerber vs. Dayana Yastremska
  14. No. 3 Naomi Osaka vs. Marie Bouzkova
  15. No. 8 BarboraKrejcikova vs. TBD
  16. No. 18 Victoria Azarenka vs. TerezaMartincova
  17. No. 9 GarbineMuguruza vs. Donna Vekic
  18. No. 15 Elise Mertens vs. Rebecca Peterson
  19. No. 20 OnsJabeur vs. Alize Cornet
  20. No. 2 ArynaSabalenka vs. Nina Stojanovic

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The US Open 2021 is just about start and already the craze has spread like fire. Novak has a huge chance this time to take home all the major Grand Slam trophies at home. From his gold medal missing in Olympics, he was a bit frustrated but now it’s time to recover and show the world who is boss. I hope, you got what you were looking for. Yet, there is anything else you wanna know about then let us know in the comment box.


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