For the fourteenth successive year, and eighth as the US Open’s selective homegrown media accomplice, ESPN will give thorough, first-ball-to-last-ball inclusion all through the competition.
In addition to providing tennis fans with a “digital grounds pass” that includes more than 600 matches and 1,200 hours of coverage from all courts streaming live across ESPN3, ESPN+, and the ESPN App, this also includes more than 140 hours on television via ESPN and ESPN2 as well as an additional 80 hours in Spanish on ESPN Deportes.
A daily “Live at the US Open” show will preview the day’s matches before live play begins.
For the 2022 US Open, five new partners have agreed to serve as international airlines. The US Open will be broadcast by these partners in more than three dozen nations and territories worldwide. These are:
Eclat / SPOTV: Spark Sport: East Timor, Mongolia, Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Macau, and VietnamStan Sport and Channel 9 in New Zealand: The Sony Sports Network in Australia:Digicel: Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, and Pakistan Cook Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, Nauru, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands, Tahiti, Tokelau, Tonga, Vanuatu, Wallis & Futuna, Western Samoa, and Papua New Guinea are among the exciting new partnerships. In 2022, the US Open will mark a significant milestone with WOWOW, Japan’s leading premium pay TV broadcaster. This year marks WOWOW’s 30th anniversary of providing coverage of the US Open, https://www.barrystickets.com making it the broadcast partner with the longest tenure.
Prime Video UK is one of the additional partners that will return in 2022; BeIn Sports, which broadcasts the US Open in North Africa and the Middle East; and Eurosport, which provides access to all of the action for tennis fans in over fifty European nations and territories.
Are you interested in traveling with the US Open? We also have something for that.
From the first ball at 11 a.m. ET until the last ball at the end of the tournament, US Open Radio presented by American Express provides play-by-play coverage of all the best matches. Courtside, the US Open’s official podcast will also release daily episodes after each day’s play, as well as a preview show on Sunday, August 28.
Live at the Open, the official live blog of the US Open has only increased in popularity annually since its launch in 2020. Live at the Open gives you up-to-the-minute updates on the US Open, including match highlights, tournament updates, behind-the-scenes photos, and daily commentary.
Radio coverage is available worldwide on Tunein and Sirius/XM and ESPN Radio in the United States, in addition to USOpen.org.
The Grandest Slam’s home base is USOpen.org and the US Open app, so you can access everything from one location. You can be here even if you cannot.
A newly redesigned website and the app is the place to go for match recaps, analysis, features, photos, behind-the-scenes videos, and tournament highlights. Live streaming from five US Open practice courts also lets fans see their favorite players train.
Three US Open live shows will provide a fresh perspective on what’s going on throughout the main draw for fans looking for more behind-the-scenes perspective, insight, and analysis from the 2022 US Open over the next two weeks.
The Warm-Up, which prepares viewers for a full day, is the longest-running of the three. The Warm-Up is a virtual daily program for US Open fans that appears at 10:30 a.m. on USOpen.org and the official social media channels of the tournament. It contains highlights, insights, and a preview of the day’s most important matches. Nick McCarvel, a tennis commentator, and Olympic gold medalist Monica Puig will host the show.
After a fruitful presentation in 2021, The Changeover and The Blender are back for a second year in 2022. The Mixer, hosted by Ally Love, combines all the elements of a US Open night session—noise, glamor, and fun—with a dash of celebrity to create a uniquely delicious concoction. It airs ahead of the evening session at 6 p.m. each night and brings together voices from across the tennis world to discuss debate, and delight in the happenings of an ever-changing US Open.