What time is the US Open final on Amazon Prime Video UK?
Staff Reporter | On 08, Sep 2019
The 2019 US Open climaxes this weekend, as the best ranking tennis players from around the world descend upon New York to complete for the Grand Slam prize at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. With Amazon Prime Video snapping up the exclusive UK TV rights for the tournament, after years of Sky Sports broadcasting the event, the question of how to watch the US Open is easily answered, but with all the action taking place stateside, the question is what time Amazon Prime Video subscribers need to be streaming the action, either live or on-demand.
Amazon Prime Video’s live multi-stream coverage of the US Open will begin daily at 4.00pm BST and finish at approximately 4.00am BST.
Catherine Whitaker will host coverage alongside BBC Radio 4’s sports correspondent Karthi Gnanasegaram, a new addition to the Amazon team. Returning faces include Greg Rusedski and Daniela Hantuchova as in-house experts, alongside former world number one, four-time Grand Slam winner and US Open finalist Jim Courier, tennis veteran Mark Petchey and former British number one Annabel Croft. Further commentary will be provided by Robbie Koenig, Nick Lester, Sam Smith, Arvind Parmar, Barry Cowan and Susan Thearle, alongside Anna Whiteley, who will act as as on-site reporter in New York. Finally, with the tournament celebrating its 50th Anniversary, former world number one, eight-time Grand Slam winner and five-time US Open champion Jimmy Connors will complete the expanded Prime Video line-up, providing in-studio analysis as well as commentary.
Order of Play
All times below are in BST for UK live-streaming. For highlights and when to see replays of selected matches, read on below.
Day 13 – 7th September
Williams v Andreescu 9pm
Day 14 – 9th September
Nadal v Medvedev 9pm
Can’t stream the tennis live? Amazon Prime Video will also have a daily highlights show and a replay of the top Day Session match.
Highlights on-demand (7am)
Full day highlights will be available on-demand from approximately 7.00am, starting from Tuesday 28th August, showing the previous day’s highlights.
Match of the Day replays (9pm)
One ‘match of the day’ from the previous day will also be available on-demand, as well as replays of all quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals for men’s and women’s singles matches. These will be available at approximately 9.00pm BST.
Each of the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and Finals are available as replays on-demand following their broadcast.
A subscription to Amazon Prime Video costs £5.99 a month, with a 30-day free trial. You can also stream Amazon Prime Video as part of a full Amazon Prime membership, which costs £79 a year or, to avoid a lengthy annual contract, £7.99 a month.