The U.S. Open 2017 tennis championship will crown your laptop screens starting August 28, 2017, and ending on September 10, 2017, live from New York. The games are held annually, and for 117 years running so far, is returning as one of the oldest tennis championships in the world. Are you ready for every slamming serve, backhand smash, and return ace that’s in store?
Prominent sports news outlet, Bleacher Report, had this to say about this years’ top male players:
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal have been the dominant players in the sport for more than a decade. The expectation has been that when these men step on the court in an important tournament, one of them will find a way to win, with few exceptions. While Stan Wawrinka has found a way to break through on occasion, that fantastic foursome has dominated. One of those four players have won 45 of the last 50 majors.
For the women’s segment, powerhouse athletes are taking the main stage:
On the women’s side, the tournament won’t have its usual luster, as the pregnant Serena Williams will be in New York to root on sister Venus Williams but won’t play. Garbine Muguruza, who defeated Venus in the Wimbledon final, and Simona Halep should both be in a position to make championship runs at the U.S. Open.
Where to Watch & Live Stream the Tournaments
ESPN continues to be the primary host broadcaster in the United States — the U.S. Open will be televised by ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 throughout its two-week run, with live match coverage scheduled from 11 a.m. ET to 11 p.m. through September 4. Fans can watch the matches live as they happen through the official website. And, in addition to the matches domestic coverage, the 2017 US Open is scheduled to be broadcast in more than 200 countries around the world.
How to Record the 2017 U.S. Open Online
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