This year, watch the US Open like never before! Since Monday, August 29th, ESPN has been offering set-to-set coverage of almost every match played at New York’s famous Arthur Ashe Stadium. Viewers can catch over 130 hours of live tennis coverage on TV and over 1,300 hours via their streaming service, WatchESPN. See daylong matches from up to 12 courts and don’t miss Serena Williams seeking her 23rd Major title. Detailed US Open schedule highlights can be found in their event press release.
In addition to ESPN’s expanded 2016 coverage, there’s plenty more in store for tennis fanatics. You can catch press conferences on a dedicated feed from the main press conference room all day, every day. Also, don’t miss an additional feed, the “US Open Chase Review Multicam.” Starting with the quarterfinals (Sept. 6), the multicam will cover matches with iso-cams on each player in addition to the traditional TV production.
With ESPN showing more of the US Open than ever before, now is the perfect time to upgrade your DIRECTV package. The US Open is showing exclusively on ESPN, ESPN2, and streaming live on WatchESPN and the ESPN App August 29th through September 11th.