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Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Set For August 28 – September 10

Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Set For August 28 – September 10
Tennis Channel Live at the US Open Set For August 28 – September 10


Annual Morning Lead-In Program to Cover America’s Most Significant Tennis Event

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 21, 2023 – Tennis Channel Live at the US Open, the daily preceding show of the most important American tennis tournament on the network, will debut on Monday, Aug. 28, at 9 a.m. ET. Viewers will enjoy two hours of news, analysis, highlights, and special reports almost every morning throughout the two-week competition.

The US Open will occur from Monday, Aug. 28, to Sunday, Sept. 10. Tennis Channel Live at the US Open will run from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. ET from Monday, Aug. 28, to Wednesday, Sept. 6. On championship weekend, Saturday, Sept. 9, and Sunday, Sept. 10, the program will air from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Tennis Channel’s US Open on-air team will be led by award-winning host Steve Weissman (@Steve_Weissman). Former players Paul Annacone (@paul_annacone) and Chanda Rubin (@Chanda_Rubin) will also join him. Annacone, who won the 1985 Australian Open doubles championship, has previously coached legendary players Pete Sampras and Roger Federer. Rubin also secured a major title at the Australian Open, winning the doubles crown in 1996.

The team will also include author, editor, and reporter Jon Wertheim (@jon_wertheim), known for his work with Sports Illustrated, CBS 60 Minutes, and Tennis Channel. Wertheim will provide special reports and analysis during the tournament.

Digital Coverage

During the US Open, the digital-subscription service Tennis Channel Plus will feature classic matches and top player battles from this season. The platform’s “Americans in Action” lineup will once again showcase United States competitors in 2023. Tennis Channel viewers can access authenticated streaming of the tournament on the channel’s app, allowing them to follow the event from anywhere.

Match scores, news, tournament information, daily orders of play, live blogs, statistics, and reports from the network’s online editorial team will be available throughout the event on Tennis Channel’s website and app, Tennis Channel’s free fantasy games, “Match Point Predictor” and “Racquet Bracket,” for the 2023 US Open are accessible on the site

Fans can also stay engaged with the channel on its social media platforms, including Facebook, X (formerly Twitter), Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, YouTube Shorts, and Threads.