The 2019 US Open takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York from 26th August – 8th September 2019.
Amazon Prime Video will bring viewers in the UK and Ireland live and exclusive coverage of the fortnight-long Championship.
Viewers will have access to full, uninterrupted, live coverage from every televised court, all match replays and highlights, at no additional cost to their Prime membership.
Coverage will be led by Catherine Whitaker, alongside former players and tennis experts Daniela Hantuchova and Greg Rusedski in the studio.
For this year’s tournament, the team will be joined for the first time by former World No.1 and seven-time Grand Slam singles winner John McEnroe, former World No.1 and 18-time Grand Slam singles champion Martina Navratilova, and former World No.4 and British No.1 Tim Henman.
Former World No.1 and four-time Grand Slam winner Jim Courier returns, as does former British No.1 Annabel Croft, analyst and commentator Mark Petchey, and sports presenter Karthi Gnanasegaram.
Mary Carillo and Pete Odgers will join as part of the courtside commentary team and Marcus Buckland will present a highlights show.
Daily coverage begins at 4.00pm BST in the first week with a pre-match show from 3.30pm BST. All match replays will be available within 15 minutes of a match ending and highlights will be available on demand the following day.
Amazon Prime is available for £7.99 a month or £79 a year.
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