Watch the US Open on Sky Sports
Last Updated: 29/08/15 12:13pm
Andy Murray targets a third Grand Slam title, while Serena Williams tries to complete the calendar slam. There are a number of ways to watch the top tennis stars at the US Open on Sky Sports from August 31.
The fourth and final major of the year will be shown on Sky Sports, with live coverage starting at 4pm on Monday August 31.
British No 1 Murray will be hoping to repeat his 2012 triumph in the tournament, but must find a way to stop world No 1 Novak Djokovic, while five-time winner Roger Federer will also be trying to regain the trophy.
During a dominant year, Williams has already won the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon titles, with only the US crown needed to complete the Grand Slam set.
Caroline Wozniacki, last year's beaten finalist, Maria Sharapova and world No 2 Simona Halep will all be trying to dethrone the reigning champion.
From the first round matches until match point in the final, we will bring you the big names, shocks and talking points at Flushing Meadows.
As part of our extensive coverage, you can follow up to seven courts on the Sky Sports iPad and selected courts on our red button interactive coverage. Highlights will be On Demand, if you miss any of the action.
How to watch the US Open with Sky Sports
Only Sky brings you the complete sports viewing experience for only £24.50 extra per month. Watch all seven channels whenever and wherever with Sky Go. This price includes the ultimate second screen experience with Sky Sports iPad app included in your contract.
Our sports package Includes Sky Sports News HQ, Sky Sports 5 and Sky Sports F1.
If you're a Sky Sports subscriber, you'll be able to watch the US Open live on mobile, laptop and selected tablets via Sky Go.
Watch live footage or catch-up, available at no extra cost to all Sky Sports 1 & 2 customers. Sports highlights are also available with On Demand.
Available on compatible laptop, tablet and mobile devices (requires 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi. UK & Ireland only)
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You can watch live coverage of the US Open, starting at 4pm on Monday August 31 on Sky Sports 1.