Watching on the PC
This year, once again, the US Open is streaming all the matches for free this year on their website. To view them, all you have to do is visit their streaming page, where they have current live matches showing as well as previously played matches if you need to catch one you missed earlier. Watching on an iPad
For viewing on an iPad, IBM built the iPad app for the 2014 US Open that provides full access to events happening at Flushing Meadows. This is definitely the best viewing option for “on the go” viewing and keeping tabs on your favorite player from mobile.
Watching on an iPhone
There’s also an iPhone version, which is also usable on iPads and iPods, is also available although the screen size definitely makes tracking the flying balls a less than optimal situation, we suppose it’s better than not watching.
For Android viewing
Android users, again developed by IBM, can download the US Open app here. While the app is built on the same premise and design as the afore mentioned Apple product apps, the Android app seems to suffer from resolution issues and crashing. Let us know if you have better luck.
IBM has done a great job with these apps. The US Opens willingness to support over the top delivery is great news for cord cutting tennis fans and another fine example of content owners straying from the traditional means of distribution…those nasty cable conglomerates.