So, we are here to expect one of the biggest sporting events in the world. The US Open Tennis will take place from August 26 to September 8. and the date of the kick off is fast approaching. The players will return to NYC to amuse all of the tennis fans. Here are everything you need to know to keep you posted with this big event in the Big Apple.
The Ticketing Phases
For those who want to attend the venue, you can hover your mouse to Ticketmaster. TicketMaster is the official ticketing partner for this year’s event. As we know about TicketMaster, it has been around on the internet for a while. The US Open Ticket Exchange is sanctioned. The public tickets sales have been available since June 3.
Here are the details of the tournament date
- August 19-25: US Open Fan Week including the US Open Qualifying Tournament
- August 24: Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day
- August 26: 2019 US Open Tournament Begins
- September 5: Women’s Semifinal matches
- September 6: Men’s Semifinal matches
- September 7: Women’s Final
- September 8: Men’s Final
Some of you might still question about where it does take place. The officials have already confirmed that all of the matches will take place at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, Queens.
How to Watch US Open Tennis 2019 Live
If you are not planning to attend the venue, you can always follow the festivity up in your favorite devices.
If you are watching in the US, you will just need to tune into the ESPN channel. You will be able to watch the coverage of the US Open through the channel without any hassle. If you prefer to watch while on the go, consider to pick the ESPN3 on the official site of the ESPN and you are good to go. But if you prefer for mobile device live streaming, use the ESPN+ instead.
Meanwhile, if you are in the UK, you could check on Amazon Prime Video. It is a great live streaming option for those who want to watch in the UK. The Amazon Prime Video also come with a free 30-day trial which you can use to assess the service without having to pay a single pound. Not to mention that this free trial grants you the 30-day trial with full access to live sports coverage. It is a pretty good deal since you can also have free one-day delivery on thousands of items on Amazon.
If you are an avid buyer of Amazon marketplace, it can be a great deal for you. Once you’ve finished the trial period, you may want to continue to subscribe. It only costs £7.99 per month.
US Open 2018 winners
Last year, Novak Djokovic came out as the winner of Men’s Singles category. He won the prize after taking on renowned star Juan Martin del Potro. The final was the turning table back then.
Meanwhile, the twist also happened on Women’s Singles category. In the final, Naomi Osaka won over Serena Williams. It was a shocking result back then.