Wimbledon was canceled and the French Open was postponed until the end of September, but the US Open started as originally planned and began on the last Monday in August. Despite starting on time, this year’s tournament has been anything but normal.
There are no awesome New York crowds because matches are played without fans; many players have dropped out voluntarily; some who remained complained about the tournament’s chaotic response after Benoit Paire in France tested positive for COVID-19. And the top-class Novak Djokovic was forced to cancel his fourth round after hitting a line judge with a ball.
After yesterday̵7;s final for women, Naomi Osaka saw home her third grand slam title, the tournament is down to its final match. Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev will play to decide the US Open Singles Champion 2020 and no player has won a grand slam. It is the first time in six years that Djokovic, Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer will not compete in the final of the US Open and the first time that 23-year-old Zverev has done so. a few the Grand Slam final. Thiem, 27, has competed in three other Grand Slam finals but has never won and lost in the French Open final 2018 and 19 and the Australian Open final earlier this year.
The US Open men’s tennis championship between Thiem and Zverev is scheduled for today, Sunday, September 13 at 4 pm ET (13 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 US Open men’s finals on TV?
The final will be broadcast on ESPN. You can stream the tournament live on WatchESPN.com or via the ESPN app, but you must prove that you have a TV subscription that includes ESPN. If you do not have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can use a live TV streaming service to watch the matches live; all services listed here are provided by ESPN.
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Who does not play?
On the men’s side, two big names were missing in this year’s tournament. They have 39 Grand Slam singles titles between them, including a total of nine US Open titles. Defending champion Rafael Nadal dropped out, citing COVID-19 concerns, while Roger Federer is on the shelf for the rest of the year after undergoing two operations on his right knee. Nick Kyrgios, Kei Nishikori and Stan Wawrinka also skipped the tournament.
Benoit Paire, who tested positive, was placed 17th in the men’s draw and withdrew before the tournament started.
On the women’s side, defending champion Bianca Andreescu withdrew from the tournament before it began, as did world No. 1 Ashleigh Barty and No. 2 Simona Halep. Like Nadal quoted all threeconcern.