How to Watch US Open Live Streaming
The final Grand Slam of the year, US Open, will be played from August 28 to September 10, 2017 at the Flushing Meadows. US Open Live Streaming options will be updated below and you can also watch it live on TV depending on where you are based.
This will be the 137th edition of the tournament, which is set to feature many prominent names in the world of tennis.
Interestingly, considering the timing of the event, many experienced players aren’t in the best of shape owing to a long and hectic season. In order to avoid severe physical injuries, many players withdraw from the season itself.
This makes US Open one of the most unpredictable Grand Slams among the four.
In fact, among the men’s singles, no player has been able to defend his US open crown since Roger Federer, who achieved this feat in 2008.
Since then, the event has had a new champion every year, wherein, the likes of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have won the tournament twice. While this hasn’t been the case in ladies’ half, Serena Williams’ absence from Grand Slam this year may very well put a youngster on the top.
The defending champion in men’s half is Stan Wawrinka, while in the women’s, it’s the former World No. 1 Angelique Kerber. Both the players have had a highly disappointing spell to say the least.
The Swiss has already withdrawn from the season owing to an injury, while Kerber hasn’t really played to the best of her ability this year. She has slipped down to the third place in the ranking and if things go on like this for her, it won’t be long before she is out of the top 10.
How to Watch 2017 US Open Live Streaming?
The US Open games for 2017 can be streamed live at bet365.com and you can watch it by registering and depositing a small amount ($10). You can also use this to bet on tennis, US Open or any other sports with bet365.
How to watch 2017 US Open on TV?
The US Open matches in the United States will be broadcast by ESPN and Tennis Channel. In Mexico, Central and South America, ESPN has taken the responsibility to broadcast the games. In Canada, fans can tune in with TSN and RDS.
Across the Europe, Eurosport is the official broadcast partner for the US Open, which covers up to 54 countries in the continent.
In Japan, WOWOW has the broadcast rights, while in China, fans can tune to CCTV and iQiyi for US Open action.
In the Indian sub-continent, Star India is going to broadcast the matches, while Fox Sports will be covering Asia.
In Middle East and North Africa, beIN Sports is the partner, while in Sub-Saharan Africa, SuperSport will be broadcasting the matches.