As of 2020, NBC Sports is the official broadcaster of the U.S. Open, as the result of a 8–year deal with the USGA for exclusive rights to its tournaments through 2027.
Besides, who are the commentators for the 2021 US Open?
ESPN also has a crew of expert and renowned tennis commentators, including Cliff Drysdale, Chris Fowler, Patrick McEnroe, and Pam Shriver. Additionally, Luis Alfredo Alvarez and Eduardo Varela will be joined by analysts Jose Luis Clerc and Daniel Orsanic to bring play-by-play coverage in Spanish.
Beside this, who is the woman commentator at the US Open?
Starting in August 2019, Stevenson joined the ESPN tennis commentating team in their coverage of the qualifying and main draws of the 2019 US Open. She also did the commentating at the 2020 and 2021 US Open for ESPN.
Who are the ESPN commentators for US Open Tennis 2020?
ESPN Tennis announcers
- James Blake (2020–present) (analyst)
- Darren Cahill (2007–present) (analyst)
- Mary Carillo (1988-1997, 2003-2010) (analyst)
- Cliff Drysdale (1979–present) (play-by-play)
- Chris Evert (2011–present) (analyst)
- Mary Joe Fernandez (2000–present) (analyst)
- Mardy Fish (2019) (analyst)
Eurosport has the exclusive rights to the US Open in Europe until 2022. You can live stream the US Open through Eurosport Player (now part of Discovery+). Subscription costs from €6.99 a month or €59.99 a year.
You can watch the US Open Men’s Final at 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 12. If you aren’t around a TV to watch on Sunday, you can stream it via WatchESPN or the ESPN app.
4 p.m. ET
BBC Radio 5 live