AFTER months of delays and confusion, the US Open has arrived.
Flushing Meadows will play host to the first tennis major since the lifting of coronavirus lockdowns around the world – but not all the usual stars will be in attendance.
Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Ashleigh Barty are amongst the absentees in New York, but Novak Djokovic WILL be battling for the title.
When is the US Open?
- The competition will be held between Monday, August 31 and Sunday, September 13.
- It will be the 140th edition of the tournament.
- The first matches get going at 4pm BST on August 31.
What TV channel is the US Open on and can I live stream it?
- Here in the UK, every game of the tournament will be live on Amazon Prime.
- Unfortunately that does mean there is no TV coverage of the 2020 competition.
- The advantage of live streaming is such that you have every game at your fingertips, available on your mobile, tablet, PC or games console through the Prime Video app.
How can I watch for FREE?
Amazon Prime costs £7.99/month or £79/year and comes with a host of benefits, including shopping, video and books.
But you can watch ALL of the US Open for FREE by grabbing a 30-day trial to the service.
Simply head to the Amazon website and sign up – if you don’t want to subscribe after your trial, you can cancel at any time.