The US Open is set to begin on Monday, August 31st at 11 am eastern time. This first Grand Slam Tennis Tournament since January will air on ESPN and ESPN2. If you don’t have cable and want to watch, all you need is an Internet connection, and one of the TV streaming services below that carries ESPN.
Watch The US Open Live on These Streaming Services
Sling TV – Offers ESPN and ESPN2 as part of their Sling TV Orange package for $35 per month. They offer a free trial to try the service. There is no contract so you can cancel any time without penalty. Sling is supported on Roku devices, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast, and more. Read our Sling TV Review for more information on this service.
Vidgo – Offers ESPN and ESPN2 in their “Core Plan” for $45 per month. They do offer a 3-day free trial, which you can cancel within the first three days at no charge. Vidgo is supported on available on Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV. We have the full details in our guide to Vidgo’s live streaming service.
Hulu Live TV – Includes ESPN and ESPN2 in their channel lineup. The service is available on Android, iOS, Xbox One, 4th Gen Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV and stick. They offer a 1-week free trial. Check out our review of Hulu Live TV for more information.
FuboTV – FuboTV offers ESPN and ESPN2 in their lineup. The FuboTV app is available on major platforms, including AppleTV, AndroidTV, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. You can sign up for a 1-week free trial or check out our review of FuboTV for more details.
YouTube TV – Offers ESPN and ESPN2. You can check your Zip Code on Youtube TVs Website to see the available channels in your area. Youtube TV supports Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and more. The YouTube TV app isn’t available on Roku. However, users can use YouTube TV through the YouTube app on Roku devices. See our review of YouTube TV for all the details on the service.
DIRECTV Stream Now – You can watch ESPN as part of their “Plus” package for $55 per month. Check out our review of DIRECTV Stream NOW for information on all the channels available through the service.
The US Open will begin on Monday, August 31st, and end on Sunday, September 13th. Every day. Coverage of the tournament will start at 11 am, or 12 am eastern time every day and runs until 11 pm or later.
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