Wimbledon was canceled and the French Open was postponed to the end of September, but the US Open started as originally planned and began on the last Monday in August. Despite the punctual start, this year’s tournament was anything but normal.
There’s no such thing as a loud New York audience because games are played without fans. numerous players left voluntarily; Some who continued to complain about the tournament’s chaotic response after Benoit Paire of France tested positive for COVID-19. And Novak Djokovic with the highest seed had to drop his game in the fourth round after hitting a linesman with a ball.
The US Open tennis championship game for men between Thiem and Zverev is planned for today. Sunday, September 13 at 4 p.m. ET (1 p.m. PT) on ESPN.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch live from Flushing, New York without a cable subscription.
How can I watch the US Open Men’s Final on TV?
The final will be broadcast on ESPN. You can live stream the tournament on WatchESPN.com or through the ESPN app, but you will need to provide proof that you have a TV subscription with ESPN. If you don’t have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can use a live TV streaming service to watch the games live. All of the services listed here offer ESPN.
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Who doesn’t play
Two big names were missing from the men’s tournament this year. You have 39 Grand Slam singles titles, including nine US Open titles. Defending champion Rafael Nadal left, citing COVID-19 concerns, while Roger Federer is on the shelf for the rest of the year after two operations on his right knee. Nick Kyrgios, Kei Nishikori and Stan Wawrinka also skipped the tournament.
Benoit Paire, who tested positive, was seeded 17th in the men’s draw and retired before the tournament started.
In the women’s category, defending champion Bianca Andreescu withdrew from the tournament before the start of the tournament, as did world number 1 Ashleigh Barty and number 2 Simona Halep. Like Nadal, all three quotedTo care.