We’ll let you know where you view it on TV or via live stream, no matter where you are.

Where to watch the U.S. Open on television:

Where to live stream the U.S. Open: 

  • In the U.S.: Full coverage is available live on FOXsports.com or through the official U.S. Open website. If you’ll be on the go and prefer to stream from a mobile device, just download the Fox Sports GO app on iOS or Android.
  • In Canada: Canadians can stream the U.S. Open using the TSN GO app available to subscribers of the television network.
  • In the U.K. and Ireland: Sky Sports follows suit with North American sports leagues via the Sky Go app, allowing you to watch the U.S. Open from your phone or tablet from anywhere with wi-fi or 4G.

Since the U.S. Open is airing in just about a country in the world on one television network or another, for most it’s probably not necessary to utilize the services of a VPN (virtual private network) in order to stream the tournament.

Yet, they are some situations where it may be your best option (believe me, as a cyber nomad, I’ve been there).

  • You live in one of the few unlucky countries without decent live coverage of the event.
  • You live outside of the U.S. and don’t have a TV and/or don’t want to commit to an expensive lock-in contract with a cable or satellite provider.

If one of these situations applies to you, you might consider subscribing to a VPN service and anchoring your connection through a U.S. server in order to catch live streams on the Fox Sports or U.S. Open websites.

Getting a VPN comes with a host of other benefits:

  • Surf the web anonymously without being tracked by your ISP or other prying eyes.
  • Data encryption that protects you when logging on to public wifi networks.
  • Bypass work and school filters and unblock censored websites.
  • Obtain an IP address from any country in which your provider has a server, for any imaginable purpose.
  1. Buy a membership to a VPN. If you are hesitant to make a full investment, choose one that offers a free trial or money-back guarantee.
  2. Download the provider’s VPN client on your laptop, or the mobile device that you prefer to stream from.
  3. Connect to a server within the United States.
  4. Clear your browser’s cache so there’s no trace of your true geographical location.
  5. Go to usopen.com in order to catch live streams each day of the storied tournament.

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