THE US Open 2018 will function a few of the greatest names in world tennis, with the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and lots of extra set to take to the arduous courts of New York.
And if you wish to watch all of the motion reside within the UK, the one place you’ll be able to is on Amazon Prime’s video streaming service.
Fortunately, which means in the event you’re already an Amazon Prime member, you’ll be able to already watch the entire US Open at no extra value.
But when you have not already signed up, you will get free month-long trial and watch all of the motion by clicking right here.
- Join a free Amazon Prime trial right here
If you happen to’ve already had a free trial prior to now and also you wish to subscribe once more to observe the US Open, you are able to do so for as little as £5.99 for a month-to-month video membership that offers you entry to Prime’s channels plus its catalogue of movies and TV exhibits.
However in the event you go for a full membership for £7.99 a month, you additionally get free next-day delivery on eligible merchandise purchased on Amazon’s web site in addition to music streaming and photograph storage.
The match runs between August 27 and September 9 which comfortably suits inside a month-long free trial.
The US Open, certainly one of 4 annual Grand Slams, is among the greatest occasions on the tennis calendar and is about to function many of the sport’s massive names in 2018 as there’s remarkably few accidents on the prime of the boys’s and girls’s video games.
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Britain’s Andy Murray could even make a return after being forced to withdraw from Wimbledon before the tournament even began as his nagging hip issues curtailed his injury comeback.
Although the Scottish star will not be among the favourites for the top prize as all of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will be preferred by the bookies to triumph.
Luckily for Brits, Kyle Edmund is currently ranked at no.16 in the world and is an dark horse to make a run on the hard courts.