There are so many major tennis tournaments throughout the year that it can be difficult to keep up with what exactly is going on and when. With the U.S. Open, Wimbledon, The French Open, ATP it can be hard to find a full list of every single tournament all in one place. The best resource I have found for a complete schedule is Here.
U.S. Open Online & Streaming Options
For those of you who will be viewing the matches via online streaming, there are many options out there, but there are only a few that are tried and true. Some of the lesser known streaming sites can be extremely frustrating to use, and do not give you the best streaming quality when you finally do figure out how to navigate them. The two best options that meet the standard for both quality and price point are:
- Amazon Prime - This is the best option for those who have Amazon Prime, being that you get to watch the entire schedule (including highlights) for free. If you do not have Prime, you can still watch it for free when signing up for a 30 day trial.
- Watch ESPN - All matches are available to live stream via ESPN. You can either log in using you cable provider information, or create an account similar to Prime. It also offers a free 30-day trial. After the trial period is over, the monthly charge goes to $4.99 a month.
U.S. Open TV Channels
All matches are split up between a few main stations. The channels include:
- ESPN+ (basically a streaming channel, but it's listed as a TV channel as well. So any time the match is on ESPN3, it will also be on ESPN+)
- Tennis Channel
U.S. Open Online Radio Streaming Options
Then of course, you have Satellite radio. This is a great option for those who will be commuting and not have a TV or laptop nearby. These channels to an excellent job at giving you every single detail of what is happening. Satellite radio can be a life saver sometimes.
- XM- Channel 201
- Sirius- Channel 212
- XMSirius Internet- Channel 963