Friday, 31 March 2017

US Open Tennis 2017 Dates & Play Schedule

US open 2017 is the last tennis tournament of 2017 and this year this US open tennis 2017 match is scheduled for 28 August - 10 September 2017. You can watch US open 2017 live stream online.

All the tennis freaks around the world are excited to watch US Open live right from the start of the grand slam. This will be the last grand slam of the year 2017 and it is considered to be the most prestigious tournament in the tennis history.

US Open 2017 Schedule

We at usopenlivescores.com, the unofficial blog which provides information and news to get all updates on US Open Tennis 2017, are here to provide you the exact dates of the first grand slam tournament of the year. The French Open, Wimbledon Open and US Open are to be followed later in the year.

The US Open Tennis 2017 Schedule will start on 28th of August and the final match will be played on 10th  September which is Sunday. The grand slam will commence with the singles round on 28th August and it will end with a historic Mixed Doubles Final and Mens final on 10th September.

We now hope that you got the perfect information about US Open tennis 2017 schedule and order of play. As said earlier that this schedule of US Open 2017 is already posted on site. So you can check schedule and order of play. If you are waiting for US open 2017 draw then stay tuned with us.

There might be many sources that provide you the information about these dates, but we have directly got the information from the official website and we are sure that they remain unchanged. You can also go through US Open TV schedule 2017 to get more information on the official broadcasters and the list of matches with timings on TV.
 

Watch US Open 2017 Live On Android And iOS Smartphone

US Open is one of the Grand Slams. Starting in the end of August it is one of the major sporting events of the year.Well, As a tennis fan, i am very excited for US Open Tennis 2017. This year we have many new young tennis players and we are providing US Open live scores.

Watch US Open Tennis 2017 Live on Android Smartphone


I am a bit crazy about best utilizing my smartphone for getting all the World wide Tennis tour updates, specially US Open Tennis 2017 live updates. There are several apps that are available on Google Play to watch US Open live streaming and get all the latest news regarding tennis match live.

After using many apps. i found one best application for Android users that allows users to watch US Open 2017 live.That application is "TennisTV".

US Open Tennis 2017 Live Broadcasting Channels

TennisTV - US Open 2017 Live Streaming

All the live content in this app need subscription to play.Once you have an account with valid subscription, you get access to their live content on your computer, iPad, iPhone or Android device.

Download TennisTV app from Google Play

Downlaod For iOS smartphone from iTunes

Feature:
  • Live streaming of 100 ATP and WTA tournaments 
  • 2,000 matches a year 
  • Barclays ATP World Tour Finals 
  • All ATP Masters 1000 and 500 tournaments including BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells, Rogers Cup and the Western & Southern Open Cincinnati
  • Selected ATP 250 tournaments 
  • BNP Paribas WTA Championships, Singapore 
  • All WTA Premier tournaments 
  • Selected WTA International tournaments 
  • Lots of highlights, interviews and features
Another free application is Tennis live scores.Here you can check all the live scores.You cannot watch tennis match live.

Download Tennis live scores from Google Play Store

List of other useful apps for Live tennis on Android smartphones and tablets:

1. ATP/WTA Live - Download (Play store)
2. Tennis Temple - Download (Play store)
3. Tennis Channel Everywhere - Download (Play store)  - Tennis Live streaming Free


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Saturday, 25 March 2017

Novak Forced to Withdraws from Miami Open with Elbow Injury

World no.2 Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from the Miami Open presented by Itau with an elbow injury. Novak Djokovic will not be featuring in Miami Open after picking up injury.you know that Djokovic won the competiton last year, but will be unable to defend his title.

World No 1 Murray confirmed on Saturday that he will miss the event, which begins on Wednesday, for the first time since 2005. And he was swiftly followed out of the draw by defending champion Djokovic.

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Angelique Kerber at Miami Tournament

Germany's Angelique Kerber heads into this week's Miami Open in the unusual position of having regained the world number one ranking despite a disappointing start to the season. 29-year-old says her newly gained status will not add any extra pressure as she seeks to secure her first tournament win of 2017.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Roger Federer beats Stanislas Wawrinka for 5th Indian Wells title

Roger Federer Won 5th Indian Wells Title: Roger Federer claimed a record equalling fifth ATP Indian Wells Masters title on Sunday, continuing his career resurgence with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over Stanislas Wawrinka. Roger Federer is now ready to Win US Open 2017 Tournament.

Roger Federer Won 5th Indian Wells Title

Two months after winning the Australian Open, the 35-year-old beat compatriot Stan Wawrinka 6-4 7-5 to become the oldest champion in the tournament's history, overtaking Jimmy Connors who was 31 when he won in 1984.



Federer, sidelined some six months after knee surgery last year, returned to win his 18th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in January.With Sunday's triumph in the all-Swiss final, Federer joined Novak Djokovic as the only men to win five Indian Wells titles, adding to those he won in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2012.
It's been just a fairytale week once again," said Federer, who missed Indian Wells last year because of injury

I'm not as surprised as I was in Australia, but still this comes as a big, big surprise to me, nevertheless, to win here again and beating the players that I did and the way I did.

I couldn't be more happy. It's an absolute, huge start to the year for me. Last year I didn't win any titles. I don't think I was in any finals except maybe Brisbane last year. The change is dramatic, and it feels great.

Wawrinka responded immediately with a break to open the first set - after Federer had held all 42 of his service games in the tournament to that point.

He had saved the lone break point he faced - in his straight-sets thumping of Rafael Nadal in the fourth round - but sent a backhand long on break point to give Wawrinka the advantage in the set.
Wawrinka then withstood two break points to hold for a 2-0 lead, which proved short-lived as Federer won the next three games to take a 3-2 lead.

Wawrinka said to reporter that

It's a tough loss," he said. "In a way, I'm really happy to make the final. It's a great result on that, but you always want more.

After Australia, I wasn't in a good position," he said. "I was really, really struggling with my knee. I wasn't sure to be back here in that level that quick.

In stifling heat, Federer saw off Wawrinka in an hour and 20 minutes to claim a 90th career title -- 19 short of Connors' record collection.He could make up further ground in the rankings over the coming weeks with world No.1 Andy Murray and No. 2 Novak Djokovic withdrawing from the forthcoming Miami Open with elbow injuries.

One bad news for Djokovic fans.

Djokovic injured

Djokovic will not be defending his Miami title this week because of an elbow injury.

The 29-year-old said on his Facebook page:

My doctor has strongly advised against play because my elbow injury, that I keep carrying on for months, got worse in the past week.

Sadly, I won't be able to defend my title in Miami this week. Believe me, it is as shocking to me, as it is to you. I had [an] incredible run in Miami, I won there my first Masters tournament and started my campaign towards the top of the world rankings.

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Monday, 20 March 2017

US Open 2017 Women's Favorite Players Overview

US Open 2017 Women's Favorite Player Overview: US Open, one of the most favorite tennis tournaments in the world. The count down is begin, and this is the time to think about the US Open 2017. Obviously you are thinking about the players right?
As everyone knows that US Open Tennis Tournaments opens up on August 29th, with the women's final set for September 10th, and Men's Final a day later on September 11th. You will defiantly see the familiar faces from years past. So you are excited to know the name of favorite women's player name right?
So without wasting time, here we are going to discuss all the women's favorite players of US Open 2017. You can also check the US Open 2017 Men's Favorite Players Overview. Let's get started. 

US Open Tennis 2017 Favorite Players

Player Name Current Rank Title Owns Prize Money Won
Angelique Kerber 1 14 $19,726,053
Serena Williams 2 95 $84,463,131
Simona Halep 5 24 $15,567,247
Madison Keys 9 6 $5,313,810
Madison Keys 9 6 $5,313,810
Garbiñe Muguruza 6 16 $10,609,054
Karolina Pliskova 3 29 $7,871,077
Agnieszka Radwanska 8 26 $26,162,360
Maria Sharapova - 42 $36,484,486
Victoria Azarenka 48 29 $28,244,443
Belinda Bencic 135 8 $3,018,387
Ana Konjuh 31 2 $1,454,476
Monica Puig 40 8 $1,978,173

Angelique Kerber

Angelique Kerber

Angelique Kerber is a German professional tennis player who is currently world No. 1 in women's singles tennis by the Women's Tennis Association. The defending Australian Open and US Open champion is the best player in the world and is at her best on hard courts. A left-hander known for her aggressive counter-punching all-court game, Kerber has won 10 singles titles, most notably her two major titles the first at the 2016 Australian Open, and the second eight months later at the 2016 US Open.

Serena Williams

Serena Williams

Serena Jameka Williams is an American professional tennis player. Williams holds the most major titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles combined amongst active players. Her total of 23 Grand Slam singles titles marks the record for the most Major wins by a tennis player in the Open Era, and is second on the all-time list behind Margaret Court.She has won 14 Grand Slam doubles titles with her sister Venus, and the pair are unbeaten in Grand Slam doubles finals.

Simona Halep

Simona Halep

Halep quietly had an excellent 2016, winning three titles and finishing the year ranked No. 4. Halep first broke into the world's top 50 at the end of 2012, and reached the top 20 in August 2013 and finally the top 10 in January 2014. She also started entering senior developmental ITF tournaments in the spring. Success arrived when she won two smaller ITF $10,000 tournaments in Bucharest.

Madison Keys

Madison Keys

Madison Keys is an American professional tennis player. She has won two WTA Premier grass court tournaments, and is the first American woman to debut in the Top 10 since Serena Williams in 1999, seventeen years earlier. In 2012, Keys won another wildcard competition amongst American players, this time for the 2012 Australian Open.Since the age of 9, Keys has been part of the Chris Evert Academy in Boca Raton, Florida. She is one of the youngest tennis players.

Garbine Muguruza

Garbine Muguruza

Garbiñe Muguruza Blanco is a Spanish-Venezuelan professional tennis player who represents Spain in tennis competitions and turned professional in 2012. Equipped with powerful groundstrokes and an aggressive game style, Muguruza first came into prominence by reaching the fourth round of the 2014 Australian Open. Muguruza has been successful in doubles, winning five titles, finishing runner-up at the 2015 WTA Finals and reaching the 2014 French Open semifinals. 

Karolina Pliskova

Karolina Pliskova

Karolina Pliskova is a Czech tennis player. Plíšková has won eight singles and five doubles titles on the WTA tour, as well as ten singles and six doubles titles on the ITF circuit in her career. As a junior, Pliskova won the girls' singles event at the 2010 Australian Open, defeating Laura Robson in the final. She plays an extremely aggressive style of play, highlighted by her powerful, accurate serve as well as forceful groundstrokes. 

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska is a Polish professional tennis player. Radwanska achieved a career-high singles ranking of world No. 2 in July 2012 and is currently ranked world No. 6 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA).     

Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova

Maria Yuryevna Sharapova is a Russian professional tennis player. A United States resident since 1994, Sharapova has competed on the WTA tour since 2001. She has been ranked world No. 1 in singles by the WTA on five separate occasions, for a total of 21 weeks. She is one of ten women, and the only Russian, to hold the career Grand Slam.

Victoria Azarenka

Victoria Azarenka

Victoria Azarenka is a Belarusian professional tennis player. She is a former world No. 1 and is currently world No. 12 as of 24 October 2016. She has won two Australian Open singles titles (2012 and 2013), becoming the only Belarusian player, male or female, to win a Grand Slam singles title. Azarenka debuted on the ITF junior tour in November 2003 in Israel, winning one doubles title with countrywoman Olga Govortsova. 

Belinda Bencic

Belinda Bencic

Belinda Bencic (born 10 March 1997) is a talented Swiss tennis player who is ranked World No. 129 in singles on 13 February 2017. Bencic has won two singles and two doubles titles on the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) tour, as well as two singles and two doubles titles on the circuit organized by the International Tennis Federation. The following year, she won the French Open and Wimbledon girls' singles titles.

Ana Konjuh

Ana Konjuh

Ana Konjuh (born 27 December 1997) is a Croatian professional tennis player. A successful junior player, Konjuh won both the singles and doubles junior events at the Australian Open in January 2013 and, as a result, moved up to number 1 in the ITF junior world rankings. Later in the year, she also won the girls' singles event at the 2013 US Open.

Monica Puig

Monica Puig

Monica Puig is a Puerto Rican professional tennis player and Olympic gold medal winner. She is also a Central American and Caribbean champion and Pan American silver medalist. Puig has won one singles title on the WTA tour and six singles titles on the ITF circuit in her career. On September 26, 2016, she reached her best singles ranking of world number 27.

Saturday, 18 March 2017

US Open 2017 Men's Favorite Players Overview

US Open 2017 Men's Favorite Players Overview: US open, is a very popular event.The US Open 2017 live is one of those events you have to see live to appreciate what it means to these champions who conquer the red clay of US Open Tennis 2017.

Each round of this year's Flushing fortnight will be played out over two days. That format will proceed through the women’s semifinals, scheduled for Thursday evening, Sept. 7, and the men’s semifinals, set for the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 8, allowing for a day of rest between the semifinal and final rounds for both the men and the women.

US Open Tennis 2017 Favorite Players

Player NameCurrent RankTitle OwnsPrize Money Won
Novak Djokovic267$107,998,832
Andy Murray145$59,522,065
Stan Wawrinka315$28,460,822
Juan Martin del Potro3519$16,339,477
Roger Federer1089$101,639,185
Rafael Nadal669$80,281,942
Kei Nishikori511$16,402,485
Milos Raonic48$14,772,045
Nick Kyrgios163$3,767,244
Lucas Pouille151$2,729,219
Jack Sock183$5,044,574
Alex Zverev202$2,160,961

Novak Djokovic

Novak DJokovic US Open Tennis 2017

Novak Djokovic took a racquet in his hands for the first time when he was four years old. It was summer, and one of the best tennis coaches, Jelena Gencic, was holding a training camp. Every day Novak came by and watched the training. Then, one day, Jelena invited him on the court. He accepted and started playing tennis.He was never at 100 percent during the 2016 US Open, but the two-time champion and seven-time finalist remains, when healthy, one of the best hard-court players in the sport’s history.Djokovic has won 12 Grand Slam singles titles, the fourth most in history, and held the No. 1 spot in the ATP rankings for a total of 223 weeks. In majors, Djokovic has won six Australian Open titles, three Wimbledon titles, two US Open titles and one French Open title.

Andy Murray

Andy Murray's US Open Tennis 2017 Player

Andy Murray,is the British No.1, 2012 US Open Champion, 2012 and 2016 reigning Olympic Singles Champion, the 2013 and 2016 Wimbledon Champion and was a member of the victorious Great Britain Davis Cup squad in 2015.  Murray represents Great Britain in his sporting activities and is a three-time Grand Slam tournament winner, two-time Olympic champion, Davis Cup champion and the winner of the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals. The current world No. 1 closed the 2016 season playing at an incredibly high level, winning five consecutive tournaments and 25 straight matches, all on hard courts. He figures to remain near the top throughout 2017.

Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka's US Open Tennis 2017 Players 

Wawrinka is a three-time Grand Slam tournament winner, Olympic champion and Davis Cup champion for his country. He achieved a Top-10 ranking by the ATP for the first time on 12 May 2008, and first reached a career peak of world No. 3 on 27 January 2014, at the same time as he became the Swiss No. 1. Djokovic and Murray are the clear class of the men’s tour right now, but don’t write off the defending champion. He’s a dogged competitor, and his three Grand Slam titles are more than that of any active player but all-timers Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Juan Martin del Potro 

Juan Martin del Potro's US Open Tennis 2017

Juan Martín del Potro Lucas, also known as Delpo, is an Argentine professional tennis player. His biggest achievement was winning the 2009 US Open, defeating Rafael Nadal in the semifinal and 5-time defending champion Roger Federer in the final. Delpo reminded everyone just how good he can be in 2016, with a run to the final at the Olympics and the quarterfinals in New York. If his balky left wrist holds up, he’s as good as anyone on a hard court, with the possible exceptions of Djokovic and Murray.

Roger Federer

Roger Federrer's US Open 2017

Roger Federer is a swiss professional tennis player who is currently ranked world no 10 by the association of Tennis professionals. You can say Roger Federer is one of the greatest tennis player of all time. The Swiss player has proved his dominance on court with 17 Grand Slam titles and 88 career ATP titles. The five-time Open champ sat out the last half of 2016 to recover from a knee injury. If healthy, the 35-year-old has a legitimate chance to become the oldest U.S. men’s singles winner since Bill Tilden in 1929.

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal's US Open Tennis Player 

Nadal has won 14 Grand Slam singles titles, the 2008 Olympic gold medal in singles, 28 titles in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events, and 17 ATP World Tour 500 tournaments (a record tied with Roger Federer). He was also a member of the winning Spain Davis Cup team in 2004, 2008, 2009, and 2011. In 2010, he became the seventh player in history and youngest of four in the Open Era to achieve the Career Grand Slam at age 24. He has not advanced past the US Open’s fourth round since winning the title in 2013, but the Spaniard showed glimpses in 2016 and remains a dangerous competitor.

Kei Nishikori

Kei Nishikori's US Open Tennis 2017 Player 

Kei Nishikori is a Japanese professional tennis player, currently ranked world No. 5 by the Association of Tennis Professionals. He is the only male Japanese tennis player ever to be ranked inside the top 10 in singles.Nishikori is at his best on hard courts; a run to the final in 2014 and to the semis a year ago validates that. The big question is if he can withstand two weeks of hard-court tennis to win his first Slam. 

Milos Raonic   

Milos Raonic US Open 2017

Milos Raonic is a Canadian professional tennis player. He reached a career-high Association of Tennis Professionals world No. 3 singles ranking on November 21, 2016.He took a big step last year by reaching the Wimbledon final and appears poised for a Slam breakthrough at age 26.

Nick Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios US Open 2017

Nicholas Hilmy "Nick" Kyrgios is an Australian professional tennis player. He won the boys' singles event at the 2013 Australian Open and the boys' doubles event at the 2013 Wimbledon Championships.That said, he remains one of the most talented players in the men’s game. And if he puts it all together, Kyrgios could certainly contend for the 2017 US Open title.

Lucas Pouille

Lucas Pouille US Open 2017  
Lucas Pouille is a French professional tennis player. Since December 2016, he is managed by Ion Țiriac.ennis fans got a glimpse of Pouille’s fearless game in his 2016 US Open upset of Nadal. Another year of experience and improvement could propel the 22-year-old past his quarterfinal showing of a year ago.

Jack Sock

  
Jack Sock is a professional tennis player who is currently one of the top ranked Americans in both singles and doubles on the ATP Tour. A former junior US Open champion, Sock's singles success is highlighted by 7 ATP finals, including three titles. Jack Sock is a professional tennis player who is currently one of the top ranked Americans in both singles and doubles on the ATP Tour. A former junior US Open champion, Sock's singles success is highlighted by 7 ATP finals, including three titles.

Alex Zverev


Alexander "Sascha" Zverev Jr. is a German professional tennis player and currently the youngest player in the ATP top 50. The right-hander started playing at the age of five.The 19-year-old German joined American Taylor Fritz as the breakout stars of 2016. The more experienced of the two teens, Zverev ended 2016 ranked No. 24.

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Friday, 17 March 2017

US Open 2017 Tickets, US Open Tennis Tickets 2017

US Open 2017 Tickets: US Open 2017 starts in 28th August, and there are many freaks out there that are already bookmarking many sources to catch the live action. Are you planning to book tickets for US Open Tennis Tournaments 2017? So here is the full guide to how to buy tickets.

Purchase U.S. Open Tennis Tournament Packages that can include tickets to Opening or Final Round matches. Stay in the Central Park area with our premium lodging where you are close to all the attractions. You can also catch a Broadway Musical with one of our Tennis & Theater packages! Just need US Open Tennis Tickets? We have tickets in great locations throughout Arthur Ashe Stadium!

Tickets Plans Of US Open Tennis 2017

Package TypeTotal SessionDates
Full SeriesAll SessionsMonday, 28 August - Sunday, 10 September
First Week9Monday, 28 August - Friday, 1 September
Opening Sessions5Monday, 28 August- Wednesday, 30 August
Evening Sessions14Monday, 28 August- Sunday, 10 September
Lios Armstrong9Monday, 28 August- Tuesday, 5 September
Grandstand8Monday, 28 August- Monday, 4 September
Pre-Holiday4Wednesday, 30 August- Friday, 1 September
Holiday Weekend7Friday, 1 September - Monday, 4 September
Holiday Evening4Friday, 1 September - Monday, 4 September
Championship Week8Tuesday, 5 September - Sunday, 10 September

Full Series Package Detail

All 24 Sessions Monday, August 28, through Sunday, September 10
Secure tickets for every single match as a Full Series Subscriber. This exclusive membership also includes:
  • Significant savings - Savings versus single-session ticket prices.
  • Opportunity to purchase discounted club restaurant passes.
  • Elite service - A dedicated personal account representative will be your expert on anything related to your US Open experience, from tickets to benefits and much more.
  • Online Account Manager - Pay for, track, forward and resell your tickets.
  • Exclusive events - Experience the best in US Open hospitality.
  • Exclusive entrance into Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  • Early opportunity to purchase Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day tickets.
*All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change, and seating is subject to availability. A non-refundable $3.00 per ticket and a $40.00 account service fee (your tickets will be shipped) will apply during checkout. US Open dates and schedule of play are subject to change.

First Week Package Detail

Get access to the most matches with First Week. Enjoy the excitement of all the early rounds - and gain access to every single court on the grounds.
  • Dates: Monday, 8/28-Friday, 9/1
  • 9 sessions
*All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change, and seating is subject to availability. A non-refundable $3.00 per ticket and a $20.00 account service fee will apply during checkout. US Open dates and schedule of play are subject to change.

Opening Session

This includes every first-round session, improving your chances to see your favorite star or up-and-comer.
  • Dates: Monday, 8/28-Wednesday, 8/30
  • 5 sessions
*All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change, and seating is subject to availability. A non-refundable $3.00 per ticket and a $20.00 account service fee will apply during checkout. US Open dates and schedule of play are subject to change.

Pre-Holiday

Start the holiday weekend early with a taste of second- and third-round action at the US Open.
  • Dates: Wednesday, 8/30-Friday,9/1
  • 4 Sessions 
*All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change, and seating is subject to availability. A non-refundable $3.00 per ticket and a $20.00 account service fee will apply during checkout. US Open dates and schedule of play are subject to change.

Evening Sessions

This plan includes all evening sessions plus Finals Weekend. Whether you are entertaining clients are friends, this is the hottest way to spend the late summer nights in New York City.
  • Dates: Monday, 8/28-Sunday, 9/10
  • 14 sessions

Holiday Weekend 

Celebrate Labor Day Weekend at the US Open. Get guaranteed tickets for some of our most popular matches.
  • Dates: Friday, 9/1-Monday, 9/4
  • 7 sessions

Holiday Evening 

Labor Day Weekend evenings at the US Open are electric. Don’t miss out on the fun – plus, enjoy early gate entry each night.
  • Dates: Friday, 9/1-Monday, 9/4
  • 4 sessions
*All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change, and seating is subject to availability. A non-refundable $3.00 per ticket and a $40.00 account service fee (your tickets will be shipped) will apply during checkout. US Open dates and schedule of play are subject to change.

Championship Week

From the most thrilling matches to the most opportunities for celebrity spotting, this plan grants you access to the most in-demand sessions, including all quarterfinal, semifinal and final matches.
  • Dates: Tuesday, 9/5-Sunday, 9/10
  • 8 sessions
*All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change, and seating is subject to availability. US Open dates and schedule of play are subject to change.

Louis Armstrong

Insiders know that anything can happen during matches in Louis Armstrong. Witness the thrill up close with this plan to every single session in Armstrong stadium.
  • Dates: All day sessions, Monday, 8/28- Tuesday, 9/5
  • 9 sessions
*All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change, and seating is subject to availability. A non-refundable $3.00 per ticket and a $40.00 account service fee (your tickets will be shipped) will apply during checkout. US Open dates and schedule of play are subject to change.

Grandstand

  • Dates: All day sessions, Monday, 8/28-Monday, 9/4
  • 8 sessions
  • Reserved courtside seats
*All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change, and seating is subject to availability. A non-refundable $3.00 per ticket and a $20.00 account service fee will apply during checkout. US Open dates and schedule of play are subject to change. Pricing shown is for reference only from 2016.Pricing for 2017 TBD.

Important Information and Benefits
  • All plans, sessions, dates and times are subject to change and seating is subject to availability.
  • There is an eight (8) ticket limit per account, with the exception of Grandstand where there is a (4) ticket limit per account.
  • Arthur Ashe full Series Subscriptions and Mini plans offered in the Promenade level within sections 301-340.
  • Online Account Manager- Pay for, track, print, forward and resell your tickets.
  • Early opportunity to purchase Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day tickets.
  • Opportunity to purchase club restaurant passes that correspond with your plan.

Arthur Ashe Stadium

Arthur Ashe Stadium is a tennis stadium located in the Queens borough of New York City. As part of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, it is the main stadium of the US Open tennis tournament, the fourth and final Grand Slam tennis tournament of the calendar year — and is the largest tennis-specific stadium in the world (by capacity), with a capacity of 23,771.

Louis Armstrong Stadium

Louis Armstrong Stadium is a tennis stadium of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center and one of the venues of the U.S. Open, Armstrong was the main stadium before Arthur Ashe Stadium opened in 1997, and is now the No. 2 stadium. It is named after the noted jazz musician Louis Armstrong, who lived nearby until his death in 1971.

 Grandstand Stadium

The new Grandstand debuts on Monday, Aug. 29, with American Taylor Townsend taking on two-time US Open finalist Caroline Wozniacki. Nestled in the southwest corner of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, the new Grandstand is a state-of-the-art 8,125-seat stadium.

US Open 2017 Live

US Open Tennis 2017

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Winner of US Open and Indian Wells in Same Year

Everyone knows that US Open is one of the largest United States open tennis championship tournament. You can say this tournament is one of the oldest tennis tournament in the world. You are waiting for US Open 2017, but just check the winner of US Open 2016 winner. Here we are going to share some of the important data about US Open 2016 as well as previous tournament. 


You can find the information about players who won the US Open and Indian Wells in the same year. Here we are sharing the winner list who win the US Open and Indian Wells in the Same year.

Novak Djokovic 

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic is Paribas Open now underway, we decided to take a look back at the players who have won both Indian wells and the US Open in the same year. Ten players have accomplished the feat overall, but only two players have done so at least twice, including two-time US Open champion Novak Djokovic, who captured both titles in 2011 and 2015.

Serena Williams

serena williams

Serena Jameka Williams (born September 26, 1981) is an American professional tennis player. The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) has ranked her world No. 1 in singles on seven occasions. She became the world No. 1 for the first time on July 8, 2002, and achieved this ranking for the seventh time on January 30, 2017.

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Andy Murray

Andy Murray

Andy Murray,is the British No.1, 2012 US Open Champion, 2012 and 2016 reigning Olympic Singles Champion, the 2013 and 2016 Wimbledon Champion and was a member of the victorious Great Britain Davis Cup squad in 2015.  Murray represents Great Britain in his sporting activities and is a three-time Grand Slam tournament winner, two-time Olympic champion, Davis Cup champion and the winner of the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals.

US Open Tennis 2017 TV Schedule 2017, Official Broadcaster,Venue

US Open Tennis 2017 TV Schedule: US Open 2017 starts in 28th August, and there are many freaks out there that are already bookmarking many sources to catch the live action. If you are doing so, you can also save US Open live streaming links that plays all the live videos without any buffering. You can check US open 2017 live here and also check US open 2017 live scores.

US Open Tennis 2017 TV Schedule


US Open is the last of four grand slams in a calender year and this year’s tournament will be played on Monday, 28th  August to Sunday, 11 September 2016. Serbian Novak Djokovic will defend his men's title while Italian Flavia Pennetta will defend women singles crown. US Open authorities have announced the tournament schedule while they also revealed extensive TV coverage of this year’s tournament worldwide.

US Open Tennis 2017 TV Schedule


Date Time Available Matches/Program Network
Sunday, 8/28 1PM - 2PM Sports Center at the US Open - Preview ESPN2
2PM - 3PM Arthur Ashe Kids' Day presented by Hess ABC
Monday, 8/29 9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
11AM - 1PM First Round WatchESPN (LIVE)
1PM - 6PM First Round ESPN (LIVE)
6PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: First Round ESPN2 (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Tuesday, 8/30 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11PM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
11AM - 1PM First Round WatchESPN (LIVE)
1PM - 7PM First Round ESPN (LIVE)
7PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: First Round ESPN (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Wednesday, 8/31 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
11AM - 1PM Second Round WatchESPN (LIVE)
1PM - 6PM Second Round ESPN
6PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: Second Round ESPN2
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Thursday, 9/1 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
11AM - 1PM Second Round WatchESPN (LIVE)
1PM - 6PM Second Round ESPN (LIVE)
6PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: Second Round ESPN2
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Friday, 9/2 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
11AM - 1PM Third Round WatchESPN (LIVE)
1PM - 6PM Third Round ESPN (LIVE)
6PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: Third Round ESPN2 (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
Saturday, 9/3 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
11AM - 7PM Third Round ESPN2 (LIVE)
7PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: Third Round ESPN2 (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Sunday, 9/4 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
11AM - 7PM Round of 16 ESPN2 (LIVE)
7PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: Round of 16 ESPN2 (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Monday, 9/5 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
11AM - 7PM Round of 16 ESPN2 (LIVE)
7PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: Round of 16 ESPN2 (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Tuesday, 9/6 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
12PM - 7PM Men's & Women's Quarterfinals ESPN (LIVE)
7PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: Quarterfinals ESPN
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Wednesday, 9/7 12AM - 9AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
9AM - 11AM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
12PM - 6PM Men's & Women's Quarterfinals ESPN (LIVE)
7PM - 11PM Primetime at the US Open: Quarterfinals ESPN2 (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Daily Tennis Channel
Thursday, 9/8 12AM - 12PM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
7PM - 11PM Women's Singles Semifinals ESPN (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
Friday, 9/9 12AM - 12PM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
12PM - 2PM Mixed Doubles Final ESPN2 (LIVE)
3PM - 11PM Men's Singles Semifinals ESPN (LIVE)
11PM - 12AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
Saturday, 9/10 12AM - 12PM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
12PM - 2PM Men's Doubles Final WatchESPN (LIVE)
4PM - 7PM Women's Singles Final ESPN (LIVE)
7PM - 8PM Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Tennis Channel
8PM - 12AM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
Sunday, 9/11 12AM - 12PM US Open Tonight Tennis Channel
12PM - 2PM Women's Doubles Final WatchESPN (LIVE)
3:30PM - 4PM Sports Center at the US Open - Men's Final Preview ESPN
4PM - 7PM Men's Singles Final ESPN (LIVE)
It is quite obvious that not all the people watching the US Open 2017 on TV are from the same country or continent. There are some people from UK, USA, France, Germany, Netherlands, Canada, Philippines etc who are eagerly waiting for the tournament to commence and they often search for US Open TV schedule as the timings are different in all the countries.

So here’s the list of the official broadcasters which are going to telecast the US Open 2017 tournament on TV channels. Check this US open 2017 live broadcasting TV channels and live streaming schedule. Have a glimpse at them:

ESPN

TSN

ESPN International

GLOBO

Euro Sports

SRG SSR , PTC

O2 Sports

SCTV

Super Sports

VTV Cab

WOWOW

True Vision

Ten Sports

CCTV-5

QiYi

Fox Sports

Sky Sports

We hope you like this article. If your country is not in the above list then don't worry. We will stream US open 2017 here.

Monday, 13 March 2017

US Open 2017 Schedule, Live Matches Scores

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The US Open has unveiled its schedule for 2017, and it will once again feature a 14-day tournament punctuated by the women’s singles final on Saturday afternoon and the men’s singles final on Sunday afternoon.



The US Open 2017 begins Monday, Aug. 28, and wraps up Sunday, Sept. 10.

US Open 2017 Live: 28 August – 10 September 2017

US open, is a very popular event .The US Open 2017 live is one of those events you have to see live to appreciate what it means to these champions who conquer the red clay of US Open Tennis 2017 and why so many have failed to hold up.US open tennis 2017 is coming and schedule announced!

US Open 2017 Schedule

Date Session Event Detail Tournament Time
08-29-2017 Session 1 Men's & Women's 1st Round - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 2 Men's & Women's 1st Round - Night 7:00 PM ET
08-30-2017 Session 3 Men's & Women's 1st Round - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 4 Men's & Women's 1st Round - Night 7:00 PM ET
08-31-2107 Session 5 Men's 2nd Round & Women's 2nd Round - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 6 Men's 2nd Round & Women's 2nd Round - Night 7:00 PM ET
09-01-2017 Session 7 Men's 2nd Round & Women's 2nd Round - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 8 Men's 2nd Round & Women's 2nd Round - Night 7:00 PM ET
09-02-2017 Session 9 Men's 3rd Round & Women's 3rd Round - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 10 Men's 3rd Round & Women's 3rd Round - Night 7:00 PM ET
09-03-2017 Session 11 Men's 3rd Round & Women's 3rd Round - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 12 Men's 3rd Round & Women's 3rd Round - Night 7:00 PM ET
09-04-2017 Session 13 Men's Round of 16 & Women's Round of 16 - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 14 Men's Round of 16 & Women's Round of 16 - Night 7:00 PM ET
09-05-2017 Session 15 Men's Round of 16 & Women's Round of 16 - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 16 Men's Round of 16 & Women's Round of 16 - Night 7:00 PM ET
09-06-2017 Session 17 Men's Quarterfinals & Women's Quarterfinals - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 18 Men's Quarterfinals & Women's Quarterfinals - Night 7:00 PM ET
09-07-2017 Session 19 Men's Quarterfinals & Women's Quarterfinal - Day 11:00 AM ET
Session 20 Men's Quarterfinals & Women's Quarterfinal - Night 7:00 PM ET
09-08-2017 Session 21 Women's Semifinals TBD
09-09-2017 Session 22 Men's Semifinals & Mixed Doubles Final - Day 12:00/3:00 PM ET
09-10-2017 Session 23 Men's Doubles Final & Women's Final 12:00/4:00 PM ET
09-11-2017 Session 24 Women's Doubles Final & Men's Final 12:00/4:00 PM ET

Each round of this year's Flushing fortnight will be played out over two days. That format will proceed through the women’s semifinals, scheduled for Thursday evening, Sept. 7, and the men’s semifinals, set for the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 8, allowing for a day of rest between the semifinal and final rounds for both the men and the women.

The women’s doubles final will be played on the second Sunday, Sept. 10, with the mixed doubles final or the men’s doubles final to be contested prior to the men’s semifinals on Friday, Sept. 8, and the women’s final on Saturday, Sept. 9. The precise schedule of which final will be played when has to be determined.

This will mark the third consecutive year that the US Open has been scheduled at its traditional 14 days, following a planned 15-day tournament in 2013 and 2014 and rain that forced an extra day each year from 2008 to 2012.

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Stan Wawrinka

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Sunday, 12 March 2017

Roger Federer


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