Nadal vs Medvedev

Nadal vs Medvedev LIVE : How to watch the US Open tennis finals 2019 live stream on ESPN without cable online free. Live Streaming The 2019 US Open Tennis Championships.

The final matches of the United States Open Tennis Championships are happening this weekend, and cord-cutting tennis fans around the country will be gathering around their computers, smartphones, and smart TVs to catch all the action. Excitingly, tennis legend Serena Williams will face off against 19-year-old Canadian player Bianca Andreescu on Saturday afternoon for the Women’s Final, which is just one of the highly anticipated games on deck. Here’s the full weekend lineup:

Watch Live Online Free

The games and coverage will air on ESPN, ESPN2, and the ESPN app. If you’re a cord cutter, who wants to watch the action live, you’ll need a pay-TV subscription to access the games this way. If you don’t have a pay-TV login, your best bet is to try a streaming service that offers ESPN as part of a bundle. These services are usually easy to sign up for and easy to cancel. I’ve rounded up a few below. Enjoy!

ESPN+: This is ESPN’s relatively low-cost stand-alone streaming service.
Hulu With Live TV: Hulu’s live service offers ESPN.
AT&T TV Now: ESPN is offered here in the Plus package.
PlayStation Vue: ESPN is offered in all multi-channel plans.
YouTube TV: Google’s live-TV service offers ESPN in the core package.

Rafael Nadal fought hard to beat Argentinian Diego Schwatzman, setting up a semi-final tie against Matteo Berrettini to remain the tournament favourite. Were he to go all the way, it’d be Nadal’s 19th Grand Slam, bringing him within one of Roger Federer’s incredible record.

To do that, though, he will have to beat his Italian semi-final opponent and then either Grigor Dimitrov or Daniil Medvedev, who make up the rest of the last four.

There’s plenty of excitement left in the women’s tournament as well, with Serena Williams facing world number five Elina Svitolina, and Belinda Bencic and Bianca Andreescu battling to face the winner of that tie in the final.

And that’s only the singles! We’re at the same stage with the men’s, women’s and mixed doubles games, while the stars of tomorrow are in action in the US Open Juniors.