2022 US Open: All the ways to stream the tennis tournament without cable

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Ready to witness history? Die-hard tennis fanatics, novices sport viewers and anyone who is simply a fan of the legendary Serena Williams can watch the tennis icon take on round two of the US Open for what she says will be her last tournament.

Williams, who advanced to the second round earlier this week, will play Anett Kontaveit on Wednesday (August 31). Arthur Rinderknech and Daniil Medvedev meet in the men’s round. Men’s and women’s matches start at 7 p.m. ET at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

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The 2022 US Open returned to Flushing Meadows in Queens, NY, on Monday. The two-week tournament runs until and including September. 11.

Stefan Kozlov, Coco Gauff, Nick Kyrgios, Maria Sakkari, Rafael Nadal, Madison Keys, Andy Murray and Brandon Holt are some of the other tennis stars scheduled to hit the court.

US Open matches held at Louis Armstrong Stadium and the Tribune begin at 11 a.m. ET. Matches held at Arthur Ashe Stadium begin at Night round starts at 7 p.m. ET.

Williams advanced to the second round after defeating Danka Kovinic in the first round on Monday. The 23-time Grand Slam winner was honored during a special tribute after Monday’s match featuring Billie Jean King, Gayle King and a video featuring the voice of Oprah Winfrey.

In addition to singles matches, Williams will reunite with her sister Venus Williams for one women’s doubles match against Linda Noskova and Lucia Hradecka.

click here for the full US Open schedule. Keep reading for all the ways to stream the tennis tournament without cable.

How to watch the 2022 US Open without cable

2022 US Open will be available on ESPN+, ESPN and ESPN2. Tennis Channel will broadcast live coverage from 9-11 am ET daily. Monday’s games are scheduled to stream on ESPN+ from 11 a.m. ET to 11 p.m. ET.

What is ESPN+? The platform costs $9.99 per month (or $99.99 annually) to stream live sporting events such as the US Open, Wimbledon and Australian Open, in addition to ESPN originals such as The captainADavis vs. NFL, Vick, Be like water, Breaking out, Dana White’s Contender seriesall 30 for 30 library, PPV events, UFC Fight Night, NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA games, college basketball, golf, soccer and more.

To expand your streaming library, bundle ESPN+ with Hulu and Disney+ for $13.99 per month.

Second round US Open matches start at 12 a.m. ET on ESPN, and primetime rounds are from on ESPN and ESPN2. Third-round games scheduled for Friday (Sept. 2) air at noon on ESPN (11 a.m. on ESPN+), followed by evening rounds airing at 19.00. here for the full TV programme.

If you already have cable, you can access the US Open from your TV, phone or streaming device through your cable provider or log into the ESPN app.

Not interested in joining ESPN+? No problems. You can stream ESPN programs and live sports events through platforms that offer live TV, such as Sling TV, which usually starts at $35 per month. Currently, Sling is half off for the first month, giving you instant access to dozens of live channels, 50 hours of DVR recording, and multiple device streams for less than $20.

DirecTV Stream is another affordable option for ESPN and other cable and local channels, plus there’s a free five-day trial. Monthly plans start at $49.99 per month for the first two months, but only for a limited time.

Other streamers with access to ESPN and ESPN2: Fubo TV, Hulu + Live TV and See you. If you are streaming outside the US, ExpressVPN gives users access to ESPN and ESPN+.

For fans planning to watch the 2022 US Open tournament in person, see ticket information here.

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