Are ready for the final grand slam tournament of the calendar? US Open 2015 starts from August 31 and will go on till September 13. This will be the 135th US Open tournament to take place and will be held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York.
US Open Streaming Guide
The US Open tennis will be broadcasted by specific channels around the world. Previously, CBS had been the official broadcaster until last year. Now ESPN has the broadcasting rights until 2025. In addition to ESPN, there are selective channels that will also show all the events for US Open live.
However, due to geo-restrictions you won’t be able to access them without a VPN. To help you out, below are some of the channels that will broadcast US Open live and the respective VPN services that will help you unblock them from anywhere in the world. Selecting from anyone of them will allow you to watch US Open no matter where you are located.
|Channels||Regions||Unblock with VPN|
|ESPN & Tennis Channel||USA||PureVPN ($4.16/month)|
|Sky Sports||UK||IPVanish ($4.87/month)|
|Euro Sports||European Countries||HideMyAss (4.99/month)|
|BeIN Sports||UAE||ExpressVPN (8.32/month)|
|Ten Sports||India||PureVPN ($4.16/month)|
|Fox Sports||Australia||IPVanish ($4.87/month)|
Winners from Last Year’s US Open
Now that you know the channels and the respective VPN services to bypass geo restrictions, here is a quick recap of what transpired in last year’s US Open.
Marin Čilić won the Men’s Singles championship after defeating Kei Nishikori and lifted his first ever major title. The shock defeats to all the top seeds were something of a talking point last year but nothing to take away from the Croatian, Marin Čilić as he displayed exceptional tennis skills on the DecoTruf.
In the Women’s Singles championship, Serena Williams continued her dominance by lifting her sixth US Open title and winning it for the third time in a row. Other honorable mentions for the winner of 2014 US Open include:
- Bryan brothers (Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan) won Men’s Doubles championship.
- Ekaterina Makarova & Elena Vesnina won Women’s Doubles championship.
- Sania Mirza & Bruno Soares won the Mix Doubles championship.
Predictions & Expectations for US Open 2015
If history is set to repeat itself from last year then all of the top seed players from Men’s Singles category will very cautious. But with the hot form of Novak Djokovic and his dazzling display at the Wimbledon to defeat Roger Federer, our money is on the Serbian to take away the US Open Men’s Singles title from Marin Čilić this year.
In the Women’s Singles, Serena Williams seems to be untouchable this year. She has won all of the three previous grand slams and if she wins the US Open this year, then she will be the first player since 1988 to win all four major titles in a single calendar year.
We certainly expect Serena to win the US Open this year, but don’t rule out Maria Sharapova as she might give her a tough time in the competition.
US Open Build Up & Fixtures
The US Open tennis is shaping up to be an exciting competition. You can expect some close fought matches, amazing rallies, and perhaps some shock exits during this 14 day event.
If you are a tennis fan and don’t want to miss a single moment from the championship then use our US Open streaming guide to watch all the matches online. Just select a VPN from above and unblock the respective channel to enjoy the action packed US Open live.
The first round of US Open tennis starts on August 31st 2015. Below is the complete list of all the fixtures scheduled to take place at the US Open this year. Do keep in mind that this schedule could change as the tournament progresses as few matches are yet to be decided.
|Session||Day||Date||Time (ET)||Match Schedule|
|1||Monday||31-Aug||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s 1st Round|
|2||Monday||31-Aug||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s 1st Round|
|3||Tuesday||1-Sep||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s 1st Round|
|4||Tuesday||1-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s 1st Round|
|5||Wednesday||2-Sep||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s 2nd Round|
|6||Wednesday||2-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s 2nd Round|
|7||Thursday||3-Sep||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s 2nd Round|
|8||Thursday||3-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s 2nd Round|
|9||Friday||4-Sep||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s 3rd Round|
|10||Friday||4-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s 3rd Round|
|11||Saturday||5-Sep||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s 3rd Round|
|12||Saturday||5-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s 3rd Round|
|13||Sunday||6-Sep||11:00||Men’s / Women’s Round of 16|
|14||Sunday||6-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s Round of 16|
|15||Monday||7-Sep||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s Round of 16|
|16||Monday||7-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s Round of 16|
|17||Tuesday||8-Sep||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s Quarterfinals|
|18||Tuesday||8-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s / Women’s Quarterfinals|
|19||Wednesday||9-Sep||11:00 AM||Men’s / Women’s Quarterfinals|
|20||Wednesday||9-Sep||7:00 PM||Men’s Quarterfinal/TBD|
|21||Thursday||10-Sep||7:00 PM||Women’s Semifinals|
|22||Friday||11-Sep||12:00 PM||Men’s Semifinals / Mixed Doubles Final|
|23||Saturday||12-Sep||12:00 PM||Women’s Final / Men’s Doubles Final|
|24||Sunday||13-Sep||12:00 PM||Men’s Final / Women’s Doubles Final|