How to Watch the U.S. Open Women’s Singles Final Without a TV
Serena Williams is taking on Naomi Osaka today in the U.S. Open Women’s Singles Final. The match officially kicks off at 4pm ET / 1pm PT and will air on ESPN.
If you don’t have ESPN (or cable, or even a TV) you can stream the match to your computer, TV, or mobile device using a variety of different services:
You’ll need a cable subscription (or a login to a friend’s cable subscription) in order to watch the match through ESPN’s app, but it’s available. You can also watch it (with a cable login) on WatchESPN.com.
All of the major streaming services offer access to ESPN, so if you already subscribe to one you’re probably good to go. If you don’t here’s a rundown on what access will cost on each. Keep in mind that all of them offer a free one-week trial, so if you haven’t tried them out yet, you can catch at the match (and maybe some football this weekend) for free using a free trial.
Sling TV is the cheapest option if you’re just buying a streaming service for the sake of watching the U.S. Open. You can get access to both ESPN and ESPN2 through its $25-a-month Orange plan.DirecTV Now, YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV
DirecTV Now, YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV offer ESPN and ESPN2 for $40 a month.
PlayStation Vue’s $45-a-month access plan includes access to both ESPN and ESPN2.
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