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US Open 2023: Broadcasting Changes and Defending Champions Revealed

With the US Open 2023, the last Grand Slam tournament of the year will be played in August and September. We have all the information about the broadcast live on TV and stream as well as the winners of previous years.

Four major Grand Slam tennis tournaments are held every year: the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon – and the US Open. The latter will take place this year between August 28th and September 10th, 2023. As in previous years, the venue is the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York. So everything is as usual at the big tennis tournament in the USA? Not quite, at least not for German TV viewers. Because for the first time in 25 years the broadcast is not on the station Eurosport.

Do you want to know how you can still follow the Grand Slam tournament, who will be the defending champion and what the winners of previous years are called? Here you can find all the information about the broadcast of the US Open 2023 live on TV and stream as well as the winners of previous editions of the tournament.

Broadcast of the US Open 2023 on TV and stream: Can the tournament be seen on free TV?

Until now, the broadcast of the US Open was firmly in the hands of the TV station Eurosport. This meant that for all German viewers watching at home, large parts of the tournament could be seen free of charge, as it was Eurosport is a free TV channel. This year, however, that is changing: for the first time, the broadcast rights are held by the streaming provider Sportdeutschland.TV. The broadcaster has announced that it will broadcast all games live. You can receive the streaming offer on Smart TVs and mobile devices. Sportdeutschland.TV According to its own information, part of the tournament program will be made available for free and part will only be available to paying customers.

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You can watch for free:

the qualifying games (from August 22nd) the live conference (from August 28th) the double games up to the quarter-finals (from August 30th) the mixed games (from August 30th) the junior games (from September 3rd) the wheelchair games (from September 5th) the highlights and interviews all games on demand (around 48 hours after the end of the game)

This content, on the other hand, is only available to paying customers:

all games live (from the qualifying games to the final) daily live broadcasts all competitions (all men’s and women’s matches) all games on demand (directly after the end of the game) all free content

And this is how payment works Sportdeutschland.TV: Unlike many other streaming services Sportdeutschland.TV no subscription models. Instead, you can purchase a so-called “All Access” ticket, which gives you access to all US Open content. This ticket costs 25 euros. If you don’t want to watch the entire tournament, you have two other options: a day ticket for individual match days, which costs 10 euros, and a ticket for individual matches, which costs 5 euros. In summary this means:

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“All Access” ticket: 25 euros for the entire tournament Day ticket: 10 euros for a single match day Match ticket: 5 euros for a single match

Until at least 2027 Sportdeutschland.TV secured the rights to broadcast the US Open. The streaming service was also able to hire well-known faces as commentators and experts: Boris Becker and Matthias Stach classify what is happening on the tennis court.

US Open 2023: The most important information at a glance

This is the most important information about the US Open 2023 at a glance:

Was: US Open 2023
When: August 28 to September 10, 2023
Wo: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York
TV broadcast: –
Live-Stream: Sportdeutschland.TV

Defending champions at the US Open: who won last year?

Defending men’s champion is Carlos Alcaraz. The Spaniard won the final of the US Open against Norwegian Casper Ruud last year. Alcaraz is also considered one of the favorites for the US Open 2023 and is currently leading the men’s world rankings. That’s not the only place where Novak Djokovic is hot on his heels. If the Serb canceled his participation in the US Open last year, most likely due to a lack of a Covid vaccination, he should be aiming for the title again this year. Djokovic has already won the US Open three times and reached the final nine times. Alcaraz and Djokovic have already met in the final of another Grand Slam tournament this year: in Wimbledon, the Spaniard Alcaraz emerged as the winner of the duel.

Iga Swiatek is the defending champion among women. Last year, the player from Poland defeated Ons Jabeur from Tunisia in the final. And this year Swiatek competed again to retain her title. As the first in the world rankings, her chances weren’t too bad – but she had to admit defeat to Jelena Ostapenko in the round of 16. By the way, Emma Raducanu, who won the US Open 2021, is not on the list of participants this year. The 20-year-old had to take a break due to injuries and operations.

Winners from previous years at the US Open

The following tennis professionals have been able to leave the court as winners at the US Open in the last ten years:

Year
Damen
Herren

2022 Iga Swiatek Carlos Alcaraz 2021 Emma Raducanu Daniil Medvedev 2020 Naomi Osaka Dominic Thiem 2019 Bianca Andreescu Rafael Nadal 2018 Naomi Osaka Novak Djokovic 2017 Sloane Stephens Rafael Nadal 2016 Angelique Kerber Stan Wawrinka 2015 Flavia Pennetta Novak Djokovic 2014 Serena Williams Marin Cilic 2013 Serena Williams Rafael Nadal

2023-09-09 06:10:44
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