How to Watch the US Open Tennis 2019 Live Stream


The US Open Tennis Championship is the second Grand Slam tennis tournament of the year again in 2019, and you can catch every moment of the action without ever turning on your television. With seven rounds played out over two weeks on the hardcourts of the USTA National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, NY, the US Open is one of the most exciting tennis events of the season.

ESPN has the the broadcast rights for the US Open again in 2019, so cable and satellite subscribers can stream through the official WatchESPN site. Everyone else can get in on the action through a streaming service like Hulu With Live TV or YouTube TV. All you need is a device like a laptop, tablet, or phone, a high speed internet connection and the right television streaming app.

How to Stream the US Open from ESPN

If you have a cable or satellite subscription, but you would rather stream the US Open on a computer or laptop instead of watching on your television, you can use the WatchESPN live streaming website. This site provides free access to sports events that are broadcast on ESPN and ESPN2.

You can use WatchESPN on your Windows, MacOS or Linux computer or laptop, as long as you have a web browser like Chrome or Firefox that supports streaming, and a high speed internet connection. The final thing you need is a valid cable or satellite subscription, because this site is only for paying subscribers.

What Streaming Services Include the US Open?

Cable and satellite subscribers can watch US Open Tennis 2019 Live Stream here with a qualifying subscription, but that isn’t an option for cord cutters. The best way for cord cutters to stream the US Open is to use a television streaming service. If you prefer, you can also catch some of the action with separate ESPN+ subscription.

The reason that television streaming services are a good way for cord cutters to watch the US Open is that they provide access to the same live television channels that you would normally watch on cable or satellite. The difference is that you stream live television through a high speed internet connection instead of watching through cable or satellite.

Since the US Open is broadcast on ESPN, it’s important to select a service that includes access to ESPN. Most of them have it, but there are some notable exceptions.

These are the most popular streaming services that give you access to the US Open:

  • Sling TV: ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN3 are all included with the affordable Sling Orange plan. This is a good choice if all you care about is the US Open.
  • YouTube TV: This service includes both ESPN and ESPN2 with the base plan.
  • Hulu with Live TV: This service gives access to ESPN and ESPN2, and there are no confusing plans or add-ons to deal with.
  • PlayStation Vue: ESPN and ESPN2 are both included with the least expensive package, but this is still a more expensive option than Sling TV, YouTube TV or Hulu with Live TV.
  • DirecTV Now: ESPN and ESPN2 are both included in every plan, but this is an even more expensive option than Vue.

Streaming the US Open on Mobile, Streaming Device and Consoles

WatchESPN is designed for laptop and desktop computers, but you can use the service on your phone, tablet, and even streaming devices, like the Roku or Apple TV, as well as gaming consoles. For that to happen, you need to download the ESPN app on your device.

Who won the US Open in 2018?

Novak Djokovic claimed the Men’s Singles prize last year after sweeping aside popular star Juan Martin del Potro in the final.

Naomi Osaka shocked the world of tennis when she beat Serena Williams in the Women’s Singles final.

However, her first major triumph was overshadowed as Williams was penalised for calling the umpire a ‘thief’ during an argument, and the Serena fans booed Osaka during the trophy presentation.

This year should see Williams back in action, while Osaka will hope to bounce back after an early Wimbledon exit.

Andy Murray could well emerge in the doubles following his return to the courts, having successfully recovered from a serious hip injury.


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