ESPN has announced that it will broadcast the US Open for the 14th year in a row, as it also enters its eighth year as the tournament’s exclusive domestic media partner.
The channel will provide comprehensive, first-ball-to-last-ball coverage throughout the competition via domestic and international broadcast, comprehensive live streaming.
A release from the US Open said: “This includes more than 140 hours on TV via ESPN and ESPN2 (and an additional 80 hours of Spanish language on ESPN Deportes), while offering tennis fans a ‘digital grounds pass’ of more than 600 matches and 1,200 hours of coverage from all courts streaming live across ESPN3, ESPN+ and the ESPN App.”
Further coverage will also be available on USOpen.org, the US Open app and social media channels. The group’s Tennis Channel will also deliver a daily ‘Live at the US Open’ show previewing the day’s matches.
Additionally, five new partners have signed on as international carriers for the US Open in 2022. These partners will carry the US Open in over 36 countries and territories around the world.
These firms include; SPOTV / Eclat, Channel 9 / Stan Sport, Channel 9 / Stan Sport, Sony Sport Network and Digicel.