The U.S. Open is underway as of today!
It runs from about 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. EST, and the women’s final will be on at 4 p.m. EST on September 8th, while the men’s final will be September 9th at the same time.
Serena Williams is no longer on maternity leave, so I’m excited to see how this Mama does back on the court, and Roger Federer is always interesting to watch play.
If you’re not going (I mean, sitting out there in the heat gets real old real fast) here’s how you can livestream it and keep up with your fav tennis stars.
If you have cable, you can watch the U.S. Open on ESPN or ESPN2. But, in this day and age a lot of us are opting out of cable in favor of streaming services, so if you no longer have cable don’t worry, keep reading, we have you covered below!
The ESPN App & On Desktop
With the ESPN App, you’re going to need a cable login to watch, so head on over to that or you can check out their streaming on desktop. Yes, you also need a cable login to watch on your browser.
If you don’t have cable, don’t worry. Pretty much every livestreaming service offers ESPN, and if you don’t have one of them, you can sign up for a free trial so you can still view some of the U.S. Open.
Live TV services like DirectTV Now, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, Hulu, and YouTube TV all have ESPN and ESPN2 so you won’t miss out on the Open!
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