US Open Tennis Broadcast Guideline

The 2021 US Open Tennis live tournament is going to begin on August 30. New York, The city that never sleeps will be hosting this tournament. Tennis fans from all over the world have been waiting for this for so long.

Here, you will know all the detailed broadcasting schedules of the US Open tennis including TV and live streaming platforms.

How to watch The 2021 US Open Tennis on TV:

ESPN, ESPN 2, and ESPN+ have all the official rights to broadcast the matches of the 2021 US Open tennis live. But you will need a TV subscription which includes ESPN. The streaming service will cost $6 for a month and $60 for a year. The Tennis Channel will also broadcast the 2021 US Open tennis live coverage.

The whole tournament broadcasting schedule is given below:

DateTime (ET) Matches/ProgrammingChannelLive
Sunday, Aug 2912 noon-1 pmSports Center at the US Open – PreviewESPN2Yes
Monday, Aug 3010 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-11 pmFirst Round (All 16 Courts)ESPN AppYes
12 noon-6 pmFirst RoundESPNYes
6 pm-7 pmFirst RoundESPN2Yes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: First RoundESPN2Yes
Tuesday, Aug 3112 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-11 pmFirst Round (All 16 Courts)ESPN AppYes
12 noon-7 pmFirst RoundESPNYes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: First RoundESPNYEs
Wednesday, Sep 112 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-11 pmSecond Round / Doubles (All 16 Courts)ESPN AppYes
12 noon-6 pmSecond RoundESPNYes
6 pm-7 pmSecond RoundESPN2Yes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: Second RoundESPN2YEs
Thursday, Sep 212 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-11 pmSecond Round / Doubles (All 16 Courts)ESPN AppYEs
12 noon-6 pmSecond RoundESPNYes
6 pm-7 pmSecond RoundESPN2Yes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: Second RoundESPN2Yes
Friday, Sep 312 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-11 pmThird Round / DoublesESPN AppYes
12 noon-6 pmThird RoundESPNYes
6 pm-7 pmThird RoundESPN2Yes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: Third RoundESPN2Yes
Saturday, Sep 412 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-11 pmThird Round / DoublesESPN AppYes
11 am-7 pmThird RoundESPN2Yes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: Third RoundESPN2Yes
Sunday, Sep 512 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-7 pmRound of 16 / DoublesESPN AppYes
11 am-7 pmRound of 16ESPNYes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: Round of 16ESPN2Yes
Monday, Sep 612 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-7 pmRound of 16 / DoublesESPN AppYes
11 am-7 pmRound of 16ESPN2Yes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: Round of 16ESPN2Yes
Tuesday, Sep 712 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-4 pmDoublesESPN AppYes
12 noon-6 pmMen’s & Women’s QuarterfinalsESPNYes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: QuarterfinalsESPNyes
Wednesday, Sep 812 midnight-10 amUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
10 am-11 amTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
11 am-4 pmDoublesESPN AppYes
12 noon-6 pmMen’s & Women’s QuarterfinalsESPNYes
7 pm-11 pmPrimetime at the US Open: QuarterfinalsESPNYes
Thursday, Sep 912 midnight-12 noonUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
12 noon-7 pmDoubles / WheelchairESPN AppYes
7 pm-11 pmWomen’s Singles SemifinalsESPNYes
11 pm-12 midnightUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
Friday, Sep 1012 midnight-12 noonUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
12 noon-7 pmWheelchairESPN AppYes
12 noon-2 pmMen’s Doubles FinalESPN2Yes
3 pm-6 pmMen’s Singles Semifinals #1ESPNYes
7 pm-11 pmMen’s Singles Semifinals #2ESPNYes
10 pm-12 midnightUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
Saturday, Sep 1112 midnight-12 noonUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
12 noon-2 pmMixed Doubles FinalESPN AppYes
4 pm-7 pmWomen’s Singles FinalESPNYes
7 pm-8 pmTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo
8 pm-12 midnightUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
Sunday, Sep 1212 midnight-12 noonUS Open Encore CoverageTennis ChannelNo
12 noon-5 pmWheelchairESPN AppYes
1 pm-3 pmMen’s Doubles FinalESPN2Yes
3 pm-4 pmMen’s Final Preview ShowESPNYes
4 pm-7 pmMen’s Singles FinalESPNYes
7 pm-8 pmTennis Channel LiveTennis ChannelNo

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How to watch the tournament from anywhere:

Unites States:

The people of the United States can catch all the live actions of the 2021 US Open on the ESPN Sports Network. Previously, CBS sports had the broadcasting rights to this tournament. But after 2015, ESPN got the broadcasting right and they are showing this tournament to the fans till now. So, if you don’t have this channel on TV, contact your cable operator as soon as possible.

United Kingdom:

You can watch the US Open tennis 2021 live on Amazon Prime from the UK. You have to be their paid subscriber. They will show the live coverage and highlights. You have to pay $12.99 for the subscription.

Canada:

TSN network has the right to broadcast the matches from Canada. You can catch all the matches on TSN. TS2 and TS5 channel. You can also catch all the live actions in their mobile app, TSN GO. The subscription will cost $19.99 per month.

Australia:

In Australia, the fans will be able to watch the tournament from various channels. ESPN, Fetch TV, Kayo Sports, Foxtel will broadcast all the matches of the first round of this tournament. The quarter-finals, Semi-finals, and finals will be available on SBS on demand. The fans will be able to watch the matches for free there.

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How to Live Stream US Open Tennis Without Cable:

Fubo TV:

Tennis fans can watch the live-action of the US Open tennis on Fubo TV. But they have to subscribe to their monthly package with $65 per month to catch the actions.

Channels100+
Plans & pricingStarter ($64.99/mo), Elite ($79.99/mo), Latino Quarterly ($33/mo)
ESPNYes
Supported devicescomputer, iPhone, iPad, Android phone and tablet, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox, and Amazon Fire TV.
Cloud DVRYes, 30 hours of Cloud DVR space at no extra charge, expandable to 500 hours via extra feature
Free trialA 7-day free trial is available

Sling TV:

Sling TV has also the right to broadcast the matches of the 2021 US Open tennis live. their monthly subscription costs only $35 per month.

Channels50+ channels
Plans & pricingSling Orange ($35/mo), Sling Blue ($35/mo), Orange + Blue Services ($50/mo)
ESPNYes
Supported devicesAndroid phone and tablet, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox, and Amazon Fire TV.
Cloud DVRYes, 50 hours of free DVR storage
Free trialThere is no free trial option here

Hulu Plus Live TV:

Hulu Plus Live TV is a great choice for sports fans. It contains tons of channels that broadcast quality sports. If you want to catch all the live actions for them, you need to subscribe for $65 per month.

Channel75+ channels
Plans & pricingHulu + Live TV ($64.99/mo) and Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV ($70.99/mo)
ESPNYes
Supported devices Android, Roku, Apple, Amazon fire tv, Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV, LG TV, Xbox, Chromecast, Nintendo Switch, Vizio, and more.
Cloud DVRNo free DVR storage. You can upgrade Cloud DVR to 200 hours ($9.99/mo.)
Free trialA free trial of 14 days

Youtube TV:

Youtube TV will broadcast all the matches of the US Open Tennis 2021 live. their paid subscription requires $70 per month.

Channel85+ channels
Plans & pricing$64.99 a month.
ESPNYes
Supported devicesApple, Android, Roku, Amazon fire tv, Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV, LG TV,
Cloud DVRUnlimited
Free trial7 days of free trial is available

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