2018 US Open Tennis

ESPN will be presenting the 2018 US Open for the 10th consecutive year and for the fourth time as the exclusive live coverage media partner. During this year’s event, ESPN will deliver first-ball-to-last-ball coverage across its family of networks. In all, ESPN and ESPN2 will combine to air nearly 130 hours on TV, with more than 1,300 hours of live streaming from all TV courts on WatchESPN – providing a “digital grounds pass” for tennis fans.

In addition, Tennis Channel will deliver daily US Open preview and highlight shows as well as extensive match encore programming.

Where is the US Open tennis tournament?
The US Open is held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center,Flushing Meadow – Corona Park, Flushing, NY 11368.

US Open Tennis Schedule

The 2018 US Open TV schedule on the ESPN family of networks.

ESPN’s US Open TV schedule includes an additional five hours of coverage this year. The network’s opening week telecasts will now begin at Noon ET, rather than 1 PM. There are no other major changes to the schedule, which for the fourth straight year includes both singles finals on ESPN

STREAMING THE US OPEN TV SCHEDULE

If you do not have cable, all of the major streaming providers — Playstation Vue, Hulu, YouTube TV, DirecTV Now and Sling — carry ESPN. You can check this guide for pricing. You can stream ESPN’s television coverage through the WatchESPN app, though a streaming, cable or satellite subscription is required for authentication.

MORE GRAND SLAM TENNIS SCHEDULES

The other Grand Slam tennis schedules can be found here: Australian OpenFrench OpenWimbledon.

ALL TIMES EASTERN.

US OPEN TV SCHEDULE

8/27 Session 1 – Men’s & Women’s 1st Round – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 2 – Men’s & Women’s 1st Round – Night 7:00 PM ET
8/28 Session 3 – Men’s & Women’s 1st Round – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 4 – Men’s & Women’s 1st Round – Night 7:00 PM ET
8/29 Session 5 – Men’s 2nd Round & Women’s 2nd Round – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 6 – Men’s 2nd Round & Women’s 2nd Round – Night 7:00 PM ET
8/30 Session 7 – Men’s 2nd Round & Women’s 2nd Round – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 8 – Men’s 2nd Round & Women’s 2nd Round – Night 7:00 PM ET
8/31 Session 9 – Men’s 3rd Round & Women’s 3rd Round – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 10 – Men’s 3rd Round & Women’s 3rd Round – Night 7:00 PM ET
9/1 Session 11 – Men’s 3rd Round & Women’s 3rd Round – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 12 – Men’s 3rd Round & Women’s 3rd Round – Night 7:00 PM ET
9/2 Session 13 – Men’s Round of 16 & Women’s Round of 16 – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 14 – Men’s Round of 16 & Women’s Round of 16 – Night 7:00 PM ET
9/3 Session 15 – Men’s Round of 16 & Women’s Round of 16 – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 16 – Men’s Round of 16 & Women’s Round of 16 – Night 7:00 PM ET
9/4 Session 17 – Men’s Quarterfinals & Women’s Quarterfinals – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 18 – Men’s Quarterfinals & Women’s Quarterfinals – Night 7:00 PM ET
9/5 Session 19 – Men’s Quarterfinals & Women’s Quarterfinal – Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 20 – Men’s Quarterfinals & Women’s Quarterfinal – Night 7:00 PM ET
9/6 Session 21 – Women’s Semifinals TBD
9/7 Session 22 – Men’s Semifinals & Mixed Doubles Final – Day 12:00/3:00 PM ET
9/8 Session 23 – Men’s Doubles Final & Women’s Final 12:00/4:00 PM ET
9/9 Session 24 – Women’s Doubles Final & Men’s Final 12:00/4:00 PM ET

 

I’m just glad that the us open, Australian open & wimbleton are on a different network and I won’t have to listen to that horrible Mary Carilo!! She is the worst Thanks a lot for NOT allowing us regular people to see Wimbledon unless we have extended cable (ESPN & ESPN2) . Second year in a row I am unable to see the most prestigious tournament there is Now that I think about it, I’m pretty sure you need to have ESPN & ESPN2 through a provider service to see a lot of WatchESPN content. But espn has a new streaming service called ESPN+ which can be purchased by the month for $ 4.99. I’ve paid for a month to watch a specific event then canceled, and restarted for another event.

If you have internet access you can see all matches using the free WatchESPN app or use ESPN+ which is a new streaming service costing 4.99 month. (skip one Starbuck’s run or fast food stop and there you are!) Even though I can watch on tv on ESPN & ESPN 2, I use the apps especially when I want to see various matches being played at the same time.