By Britwatch Team

  • Men’s top seeds: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Dominic Thiem
  • Women’s top seeds: Naomi Osaka, Ashleigh Barty, Karolina Pliskova, Simona Halep
  • Defending Champions: Novak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka
  • Main draw British Interest: Kyle Edmund, Cameron Norrie, Kyle Evans, Johanna Konta, Harriet Dart (Qualifying: Katie Swan, Heather Watson)
NEW YORK, USA – Everything you need to know about the US Open 2019, from seeds, predictions polls plus the daily order of play, full results and more.


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When does the US Open 2019 take place

The US Open takes place this year between 26 August to 8 September at Flushing Meadows, New York. The Ladies final will be on the evening of Saturday 7 September with the men closing the proceedings on Sunday 8 September.


What is the schedule of the US Open 2019

26 August Men’s R1

Women’s R1

27 August Men’s R1

Women’s R1

28 August Men’s R2

Women’s R2

29 August Men’s R2

Women’s R2

30 August Men’s R3

Women’s R3

31 August Men’s R3

Women’s R3

1 September Men’s R4

Women’s R4

2 September Men’s R4

Women’s R4

3 September Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

4 September Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

5 September Women’s Semi-finals
6 September Men’s Doubles Final

Men’s Semi-finals

7 September Mixed Doubles Final

Women’s Final

8 September Women’s Doubles Final

Men’s Final



US Open Daily Schedule, Draws & Results

US Open – Daily Order of Play

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Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Mixed Doubles
Qualifying Singles Qualifying Singles
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
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How to Watch the US Open 2019

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In the UK, Amazon Prime has the exclusive streaming rights to the US Open 2019, so you will have to subscribe to watch on your tablet, phone or desktop. You can also watch through the Amazon Prime app if you have a Smart TV.

If you don’t already have Amazon Prime, you can sign up for their 3–day free trial, and just cancel your subscription before it runs out!

The Live streams start from Monday 26 August from 4pm to 4am with highlights from 7am.


Who are the US Open defending champions?

Novak Djokovic has been in dominating form, winning the Australian Open and Wimbledon but has been battling a slight elbow issue, but is still very much the favourite to lift a fourth US Open title. Also in the hunt, Rafael Nadal won in Montreal and wisely took time out during Cincinnati to keep his hopes of a fourth title in New York in the mix. Roger Federer can never be counted out and although the likes of Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev have impressed over the year, it could be yet another year when the collective next generation fail to break the stranglehold of the Big Three.

Meanwhile the women’s draw is as open as it ever has been. Defending champion Naomi Osaka backed up her somewhat chaotic ascent to the realms of Slam winner with picking up the Australian Open title as well, but a disappointing spell in Europe left her feeling a little blue. She has looked happier since being back on the North American hard-courts but can she successfully defend her first major title?

She has the next two Slam winners this year snapping at her heels – Ashleigh Barty and Simona Halep should be considered strong contenders, but this might just be the year that Karolina Pliskova slips under the radar and surprises everyone.


READ MORE | US Open Seedings

READ MORE | Men’s Draw 

READ MORE | Women’s Draw


POLL | Who will be the US Open 2019 Men’s Champion?


POLL | Who will be the US Open 2019 Women’s Champion?


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