WATCH: Stream US Open Tennis Online Free

One of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world, the US Open is here. One of the Grand Slam tournaments, the US Open is one of America’s biggest tennis stages, and the best in the game come out to put on a show in New York.

With several key names out this year, like Murray, The Joker, and Williams, both the Men’s and Women’s titles are up for grabs. If  tennis fans would have their way, in the men’s bracket, a meeting between Nadal and Federer would certainly be welcome in the semifinals, and everyone is watching Sharapova closely to see if she still has it in her.

So you’re wondering how you can watch the US Open online, and probably for free. Lucky for you there are a few legal ways to stream the tennis matches online without cable.

Watch the US Open online with a free trial of AT&T TV NOW

Since most of the tournament will be broadcast on ESPN and ESPN affiliates like ESPN2 and ESPN3, you can get access to ESPN’s networks through AT&T TV NOW. They are a spinoff streaming service of their parent company DIRECTV, offering access to hundreds of channels. They have a seven day free trial which you can get a special offer on here.


Stream tennis online with Sling TV

Another service that’s offering streaming of ESPN is Sling TV. Similar to AT&T TV NOW, they offer access to dozens of channels including the ESPN networks, so you’ll be able to get full access to the US Open with a free trial of their services as well.

Try Sling TV Free for 7 Days

Have cable but want to watch the games online?

If you’re already a cable subscriber but want to watch the tournament on your phone or computer, you can use the WatchESPN app to easily get full access to the tournament streams as well.

You have probably already noticed that it’s tough to get full access to various highlight videos, which for whatever reason has been kind of tough to come by. Tennis tournaments are held pretty close by the broadcast owners, so we don’t expect there to be very many recap videos of each match until after the tournament is over, when ATP normally uploads old match highlights to their YouTube channel here.

Below you’ll find the schedule of the major finals, with the tournament ending on September 10th, certainly set to be an exciting tournament! Who are you rooting for? Let us know in the comments.

Sept. 7 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. Women’s Semis ESPN
Sept. 8 Noon – 2 p.m. Men’s Doubles Final ESPN2
Sept. 8 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. Men’s Semis ESPN
Sept. 9 Noon – 2 p.m. Mixed Doubles Final ESPN3
Sept. 9 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. Women’s Final ESPN
Sept. 10 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Women’s Doubles Final ESPN2
Sept. 10 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. Men’s Final ESPN