How to Watch the US Open Women’s Singles Final Without TV

Serena Williams will face Naomi Osaka today in the women’s US Open Singles Finals. The match will officially kick off at 4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT and air on ESPN.

If you don’t have an ESPN (or cable, or even a TV), you can stream the match to your computer, TV or mobile device using various services:

ESPN app

To watch the match through the ESPN app, you need a cable TV subscription (or sign in with a friend’s subscription), but it’s available. You can also watch it (via cable) on .

All major streaming services offer access to ESPN, so if you’re already subscribed to one, you’re probably good to go. If you don’t, here’s a rundown of how much it will cost to access each one. Keep in mind that they all offer a free one week trial, so if you haven’t tried them out yet, you can get to the match (and possibly football this weekend) for free using the free trial.

Sling TV

Sling TV is the cheapest option if you buy a streaming service just to watch the US Open. You can access both ESPN and ESPN2 through the Orange plan for $ 25 per month.

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

The PlayStation Vue Access Plan for $ 45 a month includes access to both ESPN and ESPN2.


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