The Grand Slam returns live and in HD exclusive to SBS on free-to-air TV.
19 Jun 2017 - 11:07 AM  UPDATED 19 Jun 2017 - 11:14 AM

In a partnership with ESPN, SBS’s US Open coverage will commence Wednesday 6 September, during the quarter finals stage. Played on hard courts in Queens, New York, the US Open is the final of the four annual tennis majors, wrapping up the year for the major tournaments. SBS will broadcast some of the biggest matches, live and free on SBS, SBS HD, as well as streamed live online.

SBS Director of Sport, Ken Shipp said: “SBS has a proud heritage in bringing the best of international sport to Australian fans. The US Open is one of the iconic events on the sports calendar, and this deal sees the climax of the year’s final Grand Slam returning live and free to all Australians.”

SBS US Open Schedule (TBC):

Wednesday 6 September

US Open Tennis Quarter-Finals

9.00am – 2.00pm AEST [Live in every State]

Thursday 7 September

US Open Tennis Quarter-Finals

9.00am – 2.00pm AEST [Live in every State]

Friday 8 September

US Open Tennis Women’s Semi-finals

9.00am – 2.00pm AEST [Live in every State]

Saturday 9 September

US Open Tennis Men’s Semi-Finals

6:00am – 2.00pm AEST [Live in every State]

Sunday 10 September

US Open Tennis Women’s Final

6.00am – 9.00am AEST [Live in every State]

Monday 11 September

US Open Tennis Men’s Final

6.00am – 10.00 AEST [Live in every State]

 

SBS’s coverage of the US Open will commence Wednesday 6 September on SBS and SBS HD, as well as streamed live online.

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