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Watch US Open Live Streams Free Online: Stream 2017 US Open Tennis Tournament

By Jeremy Evans / September 10, 2017 / Tags: ,

Here are all the ways to watch US Open live streams free online, from any location, so you don’t miss any 2017 US Open tennis action.

Watch US Open live streams free online 2017 tennis

The 2017 US Open tennis tournament is now upon us, live from New York City (technically Flushing Meadows, NY). As the year’s final grand slam tennis tournament, and the only slam played on US soil, the US Open is always a high-energy event packed with one entertaining match after another.

Today’s Live Sports Streams

The tournament is from August 28 — September 10. If you want to live stream the US Open this year, you have a bunch of different options. Here’s how to watch US Open live streams free, without cable, and from any region or country.



Watch US Open Live Streams Free, Without Cable

US Open live streams free on YouTube TV

ESPN will be airing US Open live streams free for anyone with a pay-TV subscription that includes ESPN. Go here to live stream matches with ESPN.

If you don’t have cable, the best way to watch US Open live steams free of charge is with YouTube TV.

YouTube TV is a new live TV streaming service from YouTube. YouTube TV includes ESPN and ESPN2, which is covering the tournament, so you can use it to live stream the entire US Open tennis tournament this year.

The downside is that YouTube TV is only available in a handful of cities. But there is an easy way to get it in any location, so you can sign up for a 30-day free trial and live stream US Open tennis for free. See how to get a free trial of YouTube TV in any location.

Watch US Open Live Streams Free On Kodi

There’s another way to live stream US Open tennis for free, even if you don’t have cable.

You can also use Kodi to watch US Open tennis live online for free (plus lots of other stuff). What is Kodi? Briefly, it’s a free media player application you can use to stream live sports and other content from the internet.

How To Watch Free Live TV On Kodi

One note — whether Kodi is legal is an issue of debate. Yes, the networks frown upon watching their content for free. Hey, I’m not here to judge. But it is highly recommended you use a VPN with Kodi to hide your identity and stay secure.

To see what you can watch on Kodi, and how to get started, check out our beginner’s guide on how to use Kodi. If you already use it and need help finding quality sources to live stream the US Open on Kodi, see our list of the best Kodi add-ons (try cCloud, UK Turks Playlist, and SportsDevil for live tennis coverage from NYC), or check out our guide to Kodi live TV.



How To Bypass Location Restrictions On Any US Open Live Stream

Depending on what country you’re in, you might run into location restrictions when you try to watch a live stream. This means that the content provider has blocked viewers in your area from watching their content.

To bypass geographical restrictions, you need to “trick” the site into “thinking” you’re in an approved region. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to see exactly how to do it.

Watch the US Open Live Online On ESPN (If You Have Cable)

ESPN is covering the tournament in the US. ESPN is also live streaming its coverage on its website and the official US Open website. Go here to watch ESPN’s US Open coverage live online, as well as match replays. Note that you will need to log in with a TV provider to get access.




If you have a TV subscription that includes ESPN, you can also live stream the US Open on the WatchESPN app. You can watch on a computer or download the app for iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon TV, and more.

That should have you covered to stream all the action from Flushing Meadows, no matter your location or pay-TV situation. Enjoy the tournament!

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