What is it?
The US Open tennis is a last grand slam of the year and it will take place in New York.
When is it?
It Starts on Monday, 27 August 2018 and will continue till Sunday 9 September 2018
Where and How can I watch it Live?
US Open Online provides you high-quality live streaming which you can see in various types of smart devices, for example, iPad, Tablet, Mac, Roku, Chromecast, Tab, Linux, Smart TV, Apple TV, Ps4 and many other Android devices across the world. All you will need to subscribe to get a premium service which cost is less as compared to other service providers.
When is the draw for the event?
On Friday 24 August 2018 the draw will begin at the scheduled time.
Something else important about the current year's major?
Sure. This season the US Open Tennis 2018 rejoices its 50th birthday. In this US Open opening ceremony, the American singer Kelly Clarkson will perform, which will be held at the Arthur Ashe Stadium before the evening session on Monday 27 August 2018.
Few other big stars who have previously performed into the opening night ceremonies, including, Lenny Kravitz, Phil Collins and Shania Twain.
What else is new?
The new Louis Armstrong Stadium is completed and prepared for its introduction. The refurbish marks the end of a 5-year £472m alteration of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows.
It has a retractable roof, which implies both show courts will have the capacity to organize matches amid stormy climate.
The shot clock
A warm-up clock and serve clock will also revolve at the US Open with the point of expanding the pace of play. All players have only 25 seconds to start the service motion, in spite of the fact that a seat umpire can stop the commencement. The time will start once the umpire has reported the score of the last point.
Players will likewise have 1 minute from arriving on the surface before they need to arrange at the net for the coin-hurl. A 5-minute clock will start not long after to begin the warm-up period. Toward the finish of the time slip by, players must be prepared to line up to begin the match.
What is our prediction?
This year Rafael Nadal has been made a stunning record of 40-3. He supported up his eleventh French Open title with an amazing run to the Wimbledon semifinals and has changed to the hard surfaces effortlessly, scooping a thirty-three Masters title in Toronto a weekend ago. We trust the Spaniard will protect his title in New York to gather his eighteenth grand slam title.
The Simona Halep fight back to adjust from dirt to grass after getting the French Open, it loss 3rd round at Wimbledon, however, the world number 1 had returned to her doing combating best to scoop the Rogers Cup title a weekend ago. We are sure she will win a second major Grand Slam at Flushing Meadows.