2023 US Open: How to Watch, Schedule, Dates & More

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The final Grand Slam of the tennis season has arrived.

One of America's greatest sporting spectacles, the 2023 US Open, is set to get underway with the qualifying draw beginning on August 22 and and the main draw kicking off on August 28.

Here is everything you need to know about the US Open in New York City.

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2023 US Open How to Watch

Disney owns the rights to the US Open in America, meaning various ESPN affiliates will be broadcasting the action.

From qualifying through to the end of the main draw, ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN+ will be home to all of the action. Each match will be broadcast by one of ESPN's networks. ABC will also broadcast on the tournament's middle Sunday (September 3).

If you are outside of the United States, you can check this list for full broadcast information.

US Open Dates

The qualifying draw of the US Open begins on Tuesday, August 22, and carries through Friday, August 25.

The main draw of the US Open begins on Monday, August 28, and will continue through Sunday, September 10.

US Open Location

The US Open will be played at the USTA National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, Queens, where it has been played since 1978.

Both the qualifying draw and main draw will be played on the same courts.

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