US Open Tennis Live Stream

US Open tennis 2020 Live stream will be for the 140th edition of the tournament, which is set to feature many prominent names in the world of tennis. The final Grand Slam of the year, US Open 2020, will be played from the final week of August at the Flushing Meadows. And US Open Live Streaming options will be updated below and you can also watch it Live on TV Online Worldwide.

Event140th edition 2020 US Open Tennis
Start Date & End DateMon, Aug 31, 2020 – Sun, Sep 13, 2020
Live Stream OnlineWatch Now
LocationUSTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, New York, United States

2020 US Open Tennis Schedule & Dates

The 2020 US Open tennis competition will begin from Monday, August 31 and will go on for two weeks till Sunday, September 13 when the men’s singles final will be played.

2020 US Open Live Streaming & TV Options

If you live in a location where you watch a live stream of ESPN, beIN sports, CCTV, TSN, RDS, Super sport, , it’s not necessarily game over for you and your US Open 2019 viewing aspirations. You may be able to use your login id and passwords to an online streaming service to gain accessibility to a streaming app such as ESPN or MNC Sports to watch live US Open games online which will be paid as well as free. All you will need is a working a stable working Internet and Free VPN services.

US Open Tennis Live Stream : Reigning champion Rafael Nadal slammed the “barbaric” tennis schedule as he decided NOT to defend his US Open title due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

2020 US Open Tennis Players List

Many Tennis Stars are to be played this US Open 2019. Here is the list of the tennis players to be shown in US Open Tennis 2019

Men’s Singles Players

Federer, Djokovic, Anderson, Nadal, Tsitsipas, Thiem, Edmund, Berrettini, Zverev, Lajovic, Nishikori, Medvedev, Khachanov, Isner, Pella, Schwartzman, del Potro, Raonic, Fognini, Cilic, Wawrinka, Coric, Monfils, Basilashvili, Auger-Aliassime, Bautista Agut, Djere, Paire, de Minaur, Shapovalov, Pouille and Struff

Women’s Singles Players

Pliskova, Osaka, Bertens, Kvitova, Barty, Stephens, Kerber, Svitolina, Halep, Sevastova, Sabalena, Garcia, Serena, Tsurenko , Anisimova, Wozniacki, Kasatkina, Suarez Navarro, Vondrousova, Bencic, Goerges, Vekic, Andreescu, Qiang, Kenin, Konta, Muguruza, Su-Wei, Keys, Mertens, Martic, Kontaveit,

Nadal’s involvement at Flushing Meadows was already in doubt over his fears surrounding his safety and he has now confirmed he will not take part in New York. The situation is very complicated worldwide, the Covid-19 cases are increasing, it looks like we still don’t have control of it.

We know that the reduced tennis calendar is barbaric this year after four months stopped with no play, I understand and thank for the efforts they are putting in to make it happen. We have just seen the announcement of Madrid not being played this year.

All my respects to the USTA, the US Open organisers and the ATP for trying to put the event together for the players and the fans around the world through TV.

This is a decision I never wanted to take but I have decided to follow my heart this time and for the time being I rather not travel.

But Nadal follows the likes of world No1 Ash Barty and Nick Kyrgios in skipping the first Grand Slam back after the tennis season was suspended due to the global pandemic.

That is despite the fact glory at the US Open would have tied him level with Roger Federer on a record 20 singles majors.

The world No2 is a four-time champion in the Big Apple, winning the title in 2010, 2013, 2017 and 2019 – beating Daniil Medvedev in last year’s final.

However, he missed the chance to defend his crown in 2014 due to injury.

Nadal is the first male champion to choose not to defend the singles title at Flushing Meadows since American Pete Sampras, who retired the year after winning in 2002.

I89t is clear he still feels his safety cannot be guaranteed if he travels because the virus continues to claim hundreds of lives in the country every day.

Hours earlier, the ATP and WTA confirmed the Madrid Open had been scrapped due to a localised spike in Covid-19 cases.

Nadal had planned to play in Masters 1000 event in the Spanish capital, which starts the day after the US Open final.

That would have made ideal preparation for the rearranged French Open, which he is looking to win for a record-extending 13th time.

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