How to Watch Us Open on Roku Live Stream
By Johan Curtis 6 minutes
All die-hard tennis fans are aware of the US Open which is the oldest, biggest and grandest tournament of the year that starts from 26th August. Of course, you cannot miss a single second of it, even if you cannot make it to the venue. You are still pretty much eligible to watch the entire event live without any hurdles.
Well, there might be one and we have just the right solution for it! You can watch US Open on Roku live stream from the comforts of your home and if you are located somewhere where you are facing geo-restrictions, then connect to FastestVPN. This guide is just the right one for you explaining everything you need to stream US Open 2019 live on your Roku device with the help of a VPN.
Watch Us Open on Roku Live Stream Online From Anywhere
After hunting and checking for a free solution vigorously, the fact that there is no free-to-air channel is haunting the tennis fans who are also addicts of the digital world. What’s more, to add to this is the fact that there are many countries that will not be televising or broadcasting US Open online via streaming services altogether.
Though, of course, FastestVPN has a solution as always which will allow the fans to enjoy the tournament without spending a handsome amount. This can be achieved by using a VPN to access premium streaming services that are offering geo-restricted streaming services for the US Open 2019.
A few of such services are:
- YouTube Live TV
- Sling TV
- Fox Sports Go
Connecting to FastestVPN, you can register and get access to all these services to watch the US Open on Roku live stream.
Here’s the process simplified and broken down for you as to how to subscribe to the streaming services and then watch US Open on Roku live stream:
- Subscribe to FastestVPN
- Configure FastestVPN with your router
- While configuring, use a US IP address
- Now connect your Roku device with VPN-enabled browser
- Access Sling TV and subscribe to a 7-day free trial using a United States postal code
- Download the Sling TV app for Roku (locate search from the left side of the screen and continue)
- Once you click on add channel, Roku will begin installing the Sling TV app to your device
- Once installation is complete, return to home screen and click on Sling TV to start streaming
- And you are set to watch US Open live online on Roku!
Note: Sling TV is geo-restricted and doesn’t work outside US. You need to be connected to FastestVPN to avail the streaming service which will otherwise show an error if you are trying to access it from anywhere else.
Live stream US Open on Roku
To live stream US Open on Roku you can resort to a few options, Sling TV being one of them as mentioned above.
The options are:
- Sling TV
- PlayStation Vue
- Fox Sports Go
The guide for Sling TV is as simple as given above. However, for PlayStation Vue and Fox Sports Go, you need to link the channels with roku.com/link account. It will then activate on your streaming device. The channels are free to download, though they need a sign in with your TV provider credentials. The good thing is that if you don’t want to pay without being sure about the service, you can avail their free trial and test it out!
To watch the US Open tennis championship on Roku from anywhere outside the US, here is what you need to do:
- Choose a plan for yourself and subscribe to FastestVPN
- Configure FastestVPN with the router
- Select the US server to access ESPN on Roku
- Now, from the Roku browser Poprism, go to ESPN’s official website
- Land on the US Open live stream page and enjoy streaming!
Note: Make sure you are connected to FastestVPN while you are using your Roku device in order to overcome the geo-restrictions.
US Open Tennis schedule – Date, Time, Session, and Round
US Open 2019 is scheduled to start on August 26th and go through till September 8, 2019. The venue decided for the tournament is USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, in New York. It will be roaring with the crowd cheers on the day of the event, however, those who cannot make the venue can catch it online. Here’s the schedule to mark your calendars so you can be up to the minute with all the action conveniently from your location.
|1.||Men’s & Women’s Round 1||11:00 AM Eastern Time||August 26, 2019|
|2.||Men’s & Women’s Round 1||7:00 PM Eastern Time||August 26, 2019|
|3.||Men’s & Women’s Round 1||11:00 AM Eastern Time||August 27, 2019|
|4.||Men’s & Women’s Round 1||7:00 PM Eastern Time||August 27. 2019|
|5.||Men’s & Women’s Round 2||11:00 AM Eastern Time||August 28, 2019|
|6.||Men’s & Women’s Round 2||7:00 PM Eastern Time||August 28, 2019|
|7.||Men’s & Women’s Round 2||11:00 AM Eastern Time||August 29, 2019|
|8.||Men’s & Women’s Round 2||7:00 PM Eastern Time||August 29, 2019|
|9.||Men’s & Women’s Round 3||11:00 AM Eastern Time||August 30, 2019|
|10.||Men’s & Women’s Round 3||7:00 PM Eastern Time||August 30, 2019|
|11.||Men’s & Women’s Round 3||11:00 AM Eastern Time||August 31, 2019|
|12.||Men’s & Women’s Round 3||7:00 PM Eastern Time||August 31, 2019|
|13.||Men’s & Women’s Round of 16||11:00 AM Eastern Time||September 1, 2019|
|14.||Men’s & Women’s Round of 16||7:00 PM Eastern Time||September 1, 2019|
|15.||Men’s & Women’s Round of 16||11:00 AM Eastern Time||September 2, 2019|
|16.||Men’s & Women’s Round of 16||7:00 PM Eastern Time||September 2, 2019|
|17.||Men’s & Women’s Quarterfinals||11:00 AM Eastern Time||September 3, 2019|
|18.||Men’s & Women’s Quarterfinals||7:00 PM Eastern Time||September 3, 2019|
|19.||Men’s & Women’s Quarterfinals||11:00 AM Eastern Time||September 4, 2019|
|20.||Men’s & Women’s Quarterfinals||7:00 PM Eastern Time||September 4, 2019|
|21.||Women’s Semifinals||7:00 PM Eastern Time||September 5, 2019|
|22.||Men’s Doubles Final||12:00 PM Eastern Time||September 6, 2019|
|23.||Men’s Semifinals||4:00 PM Eastern Time||September 6, 2019|
|24.||Mixed Doubles Final||12:00 PM Eastern Time||September 7, 2019|
|25.||Women’s Final||4:00 PM Eastern Time||September 7, 2019|
|26.||Women’s Doubles Final||1:00 PM Eastern Time||September 8, 2019|
Broadcaster List to Watch US Open on Roku Live Stream
The US Open will air internationally from various locations. Here is the list of official broadcasters in different regions.
- Brazil: SporTV and ESPN
- Canada: TSN, RDS
- China: CCTV
- Europe: Eurosport,
- Middle East and North Africa: beIN Sports
- India and Pakistan: Star Sports Select
- Japan: WOWOW
- Philippines: ABS-CBN Sports+Action
- Pan-Asian region (Australia, Palau, Cambodia, Singapore and more): Fox Sports
- United Kingdom & Ireland: Amazon Prime
- United States: ESPN
Conclusion – Watch US Open Finals on Roku
Your savior and solution are to watch the US Open on Roku live stream. Fix yourself with this guide and watch US Open from the beginning to the finals from anywhere in the world, no matter which region you are located in. Watch it on ESPN easily if you are in the US, but if you are not – FastestVPN is what you need to resort to. If you are outside the geo-restricted region then just connect to FastestVPN and get access to all the broadcasters on the map, instantly.