The US open will be hard to see for tennis fans without some kind of access to a paid TV service. Luckily there are multiple ways to check it out on multiple services. If you have cable, the easiest way to stream the event away from home is via the ESPN app, which is a free app with access to all of ESPN’s programming available through your TV package. The ESPN App also gives users access to ESPN+, which is a $5.00 per month service. This year ESPN+ will feature qualifying rounds and other US open action. If you have a streaming device on your TV you may want to just log into the ESPN App from the start so that you can have all the choices a click away.
Other action will be on the Tennis Channel.
How to stream the US Open with cable
- Live on ESPN with a participating pay TV provider login.
How to stream the US Open without cable
- Live on ESPN and ESPN2 via DIRECTV NOW, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV and YouTube TV.
- To stream additional coverage on ESPN+, subscribe to the service for $4.99/month within the ESPN channel.
See the full schedule for the US Open Here