US Open 2022 results: live tennis scores, full draw, support for Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and more

The 2022 US Open is expected to be one of the biggest in the tournament’s recent history. Why? Because it will mark the end of Serena Williams’ career as a professional tennis player.

Williams is set to retire after the US Open after 26 years of professional play. The 40-year-old has established herself as one of the greatest tennis players in the history of the sport, and her 23 major wins are second only to Margaret Court’s 24.

Williams enjoyed great success at the US Open. She won a record six titles. Her fans are hoping she can have one last magical run and compete for another championship.

On the men’s side, world No. 1 Daniil Medvedev will play his first major tournament since Roland-Garros. He was unable to participate in Wimbledon due to the All England Club’s decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from the tournament following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Medvedev won’t have to fight Novak Djokovic, who won’t be coming to America for the tournament due to the tournament’s COVID-19 guidelines. He may, however, have to face Rafael Nadal, who has won the US Open four times in his storied career.

MORE: Watch US Open 2022 matches live with fuboTV (free trial)

US Open 2022 results: Live scores from today’s matches

Follow live scores from every men’s and women’s singles match at the 2022 US Open tennis tournament with The Sporting News’ scoreboard. Click here for today’s results.

2022 US Open Draw: Men’s Singles Draw

2022 US Open Draw: Women’s Singles Table

How to watch the US Open in the United States

  • Appointment: August 29-Sept. 11
  • TV channels: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, ESPN Sports
  • Live stream: ESPN+, ESPN3, fuboTV (free trial)

The US Open will air on the ESPN family of networks in 2022, as it has since 2013. ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNEWS will provide live coverage of every US Open 2022 tennis match in the United States.

Streamers who want to watch the event will be able to do so with ESPN+, ESPN3 or fuboTV, which comes with a free trial. ESPN will air the Women’s and Men’s Championships on Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11, respectively.

Viewers in Canada can watch US Open coverage live on TSN.

Below is a full schedule of ESPN’s television coverage of the US Open.

Date Time (ET) Round American television channel Canadian television channel
Monday August 29 11am-7pm First round ESPN TSN1/3/4
Tuesday August 30 11am-7pm First round ESPN TSN1/2/3/4
Wednesday August 31 11am-7pm Second turn ESPN TSN1/3/4
Thursday, September 1 11am-7pm Second turn ESPN, ESPN2 TSN1/3/5
Friday, September 2 11am-7pm Third round ESPN, ESPN2 TSN1/3/4
Saturday September 3 11am-7pm Third round ESPN2, ESPN Sports TSN1/4
Sunday September 4 11am-7pm Round of 16 ESPN, ESPN Sports TSN2/3/4
Monday, September 5 11am-7pm Round of 16 ESPN, ESPN Sports TSN2/3/5
Tuesday, September 6 12 p.m.-7 p.m. Quarter-finals ESPN TSN1/4/5
Wednesday, September 7 12 p.m.-7 p.m. Quarter-finals ESPN, ESPN Sports TSN1/4/5
Thursday, September 8 7 p.m. Women’s semi-finals ESPN, ESPN Sports TSN5
Friday, September 9 Noon-3 p.m. Men’s Doubles Championship ESPN2 TSN3/4
3pm-7pm Men’s semi-finals ESPN, ESPN Sports TSN3/4
Saturday September 10 Noon-3:30 p.m. Mixed Doubles Championship ESPN3 TSN1
4 p.m. Women’s Championship ESPN, ESPN Sports TSN1/4
Sunday September 11 1-3:30 p.m. Women’s Doubles Championship ESPN TSN1/4
4 p.m. Men’s Championship ESPN, ESPN Sports TSN1/4

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