How to Watch US Open Tennis Matches in the United States

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Tim Clayton-Corbis/Getty. Pictured: The official US Open ball.

If you're a tennis fan in the United States, there's no better event for convenient viewing than the US Open.

Matches are played for 10 or more hours each day, typically spanning from 11 a.m. ET 'til the wee-hours of the night.

The lone North American Grand Slam event is set to get underway on Monday and will last until Sunday, Sept. 11.

There is a men's singles draw, women's singles draw, men's doubles draw, women's doubles draw and a mixed-doubles draw, in addition to a variety of junior and wheelchair events.

ESPN is making the viewing experience even better than it typically is this year, showcasing every single match across its variety of networks and platforms.

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How to Watch US Open Matches

ESPN will air matches from Arthur Ashe Stadium primarily on ESPN, while ESPN2 will be the main home to matches from Louis Armstrong Stadium.

Of course, the network will make decisions on what to highlight on its primary network when it deems the match on Ashe isn’t the most important at a given time.

Nonetheless, every single match will be available across ESPN+ or the ESPN app. The network has exclusive rights to the tournament.

Full previews of the men's and women's draws can be found here and here, respectively, while betting odds for the tournament can be found at Caesars Sportsbook.

A full schedule for the tournament can be found at the US Open website.

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