How to Stream the US Open 2022 (and Other Important Details About the Big Event)

We may not have an Olympic Games or a FIFA World Cup to watch as we close out summer 2022, but there's still one major sporting event that we're looking forward to: the US Open.

This annual tennis tournament—which is part of the Grand Slam championship—always begins on the last Monday in August. And while we're anxiously awaiting the matches, we're also amped for the potential of any celebrity sightings in the stands.

But if you're like us and you don't have tickets to the major event—don't fret. We've rounded up all the ways you can watch the 2022 US Open, as well as any other important details you need to know.

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1. When Will The 2022 Us Open Take Place?

The 2022 US Open is set to begin on Monday, August 29, with the final matches taking place on Sunday, September 11. The men's and women's first rounds will begin at 11 a.m. EST on August 29. Meanwhile, the women's final will take place at 4 p.m. EST on September 10, while the men's final will occur at 4 p.m. EST on September 11.

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2. How Can I Watch The 2022 Us Open?

Luckily, there are many options for watching the 2022 US Open.

On the official US Open website, there will be live streaming of the tournament, as well as live radio coverage. Meanwhile, the matches will be broadcast on ESPN, with ESPN2 and ESPN3 airing additional coverage.

However, the tournament will also be available to stream on ESPN+ (where they will also be doing outer court coverage).

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3. Can I Stream The 2022 Us Open?

Yes, you can stream the 2022 US Open right from your home (without having cable).

The games will be broadcast on ESPN's streaming platform, ESPN+ ($5-25). Matches will also be available on streaming services that carry ESPN, such as Hulu ($10) and Sling TV ($5-30).

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4. Who Will Play In The 2022 Us Open?

You can expect some major names at this year's tournament. Not only is last year's female champion, Emma Raducanu, returning to the court, but so are longtime victors, Venus and Serena Williams.

Not to mention, on the men's side, heavyweights like Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev and Rafael Nadal will also be fighting for the top prize.

We will definitely be tuning in.


Associate Editor, News and Entertainment

Joel is the Associate Editor for News & Entertainment and has been reporting on all things pop culture for over 5 years. Before working at PureWow, he served as a Features...