Were he to go all the way, it'd be Nadal's 19th Grand Slam, bringing him within one of Roger Federer's incredible record. To do that, though, he will have to beat his Italian semi-final opponent and then either Grigor Dimitrov or Daniil Medvedev, who make up the rest of the last four. There's plenty of excitement left in the women's tournament as well, with Serena Williams facing world number five Elina Svitolina, and Belinda Bencic and Bianca Andreescu battling to face the winner of that tie in the final. And that's only the singles! We're at the same stage with the men's, women's and mixed doubles games, while the stars of tomorrow are in action in the US Open Juniors.
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Choose one of the official US Open broadcasters from the list below. Connect to a server in the appropriate country.
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All of the above services are region-locked. Amazon Prime subscribers can watch every match live on Amazon Prime Video. By signing up and canceling once the event is finished, you can stream the US Open for free.
Both services are showing every event live, but you can only watch for free if your cable package includes either TSN or RDS.
This ensures your one-month subscription will cover the entire US Open. However, while selected content is available to watch for free, the majority is only accessible to DStv subscribers.
Watch every match from the quarter-finals onwards for free on SBS. You should note that these will only be available on TV, not streamed live online.
You may be able to watch the events on catch-up the following day, however.