How to stream the U.S. Open on ESPN+
ESPN is the exclusive U.S. broadcaster for three of the four tennis majors, including the U.S. Open.
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location in the U.S.
- Head to ESPN+ and sign up. You will need to supply a valid U.S. ZIP code (e.g., 10001, 48104).
- Enjoy the tournament!
Note: If you encounter streaming difficulties after purchasing the fight, try connecting to a closer U.S. server location, or contact Support for immediate assistance.
Any other ways to stream the U.S. Open?
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Where is the U.S. Open played?
The 2019 U.S. Open ill be played at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York.
When are the U.S. Open tournament dates?
The tournament begins on August 26 and ends on September 8.
Full U.S. Open 2019 schedule of play
Check out the schedule of play on the official U.S. Open site.
What are the four tennis majors?
The Grand Slams represent the four majors in Tennis. The Australian Open is played in mid-January, the French Open in late May through early June, Wimbledon (also known as the British Open) from June to July, and the U.S. Open from late August to early September.
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How to stream ATP and WTA tennis live
Outside of the four majors, there’s a lot of great tennis to watch throughout the year.
Looking for a quick and hassle-free way to tune in to the next tournament?
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Check out the list of ATP broadcasters and WTA broadcasters.
- Connect to a server location nearest to the broadcaster.
- Fire up the stream!
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U.S. Open championships winner prediction
Novak Djokovic‘s title defense is over. A left shoulder injury led to the Serbian great’s exit at the hands of Stan Wawrinka. With a pre-tournament favorite out so early, who’s winning the men’s title? Federer? Nadal?
Even at 37, Serena Williams is a force to be reckoned with. Serena’s won five times in the last decade and few would bet against her making another deep run come August. Williams lost to Naomi Osaka in last year’s final but has as good a chance as anyone to another trophy to her cabinet this year. Are you backing Williams for the Women’s title?
Leave your predictions below and remember to tune in with a VPN!