How to Watch US OPEN 2021 Live Stream, Date, Time, Qualifying & Seeds

How to Watch US OPEN 2021 Live Stream Date Time Qualifying Seeds

How to Watch US OPEN 2021 Live Stream, Date, Time, Qualifying & Seeds

US Open Tennis Live Online 2021


Serbia's world number one will make history, If he wins in New York, but it remains to be seen who will stop him there.

The U.S. Open has already encountered many famous withdrawals, and the draw is likely because the names that are not included are as compelling as the names that actually appear.

It can be said that Roger Federer a major player in tennis, has confirmed that after suffering a setback during Wimbledon, he will miss the last Grand Slam tournament of the year and eventually lose three sets in straight sets by defeating Hubert Hurkacz.

The 40-year-old player confirmed two weeks before the US Open that he will undergo knee surgery again and stay on the sidelines for "months" before he can consider coming back, which effectively excluding himself from the rest of 2021. 

Dominic Thiem soon followed suit, confessed defeat after a wrist injury earlier in the summer, which will keep him away until next year 

Rafael Nadal will be absent for the remainder of 2021 due to a foot injury-and Stan Wawrinka has withdrawn, this means that Novak Djokovic world no1 only will participate in this main draw 2021 this year, as he has won the tournament past seven years.

So far, the situation on the female side is much more complete, but it feels dangerous. Naomi Osaka has returned to the WTA competition, but her first press conference was worrying, indicating that she still suffers from mental health problems, which prevented her from participating in the competition and forced her to miss the Wimbledon Tennis Open. World No. 5 Sophia Kenin has not participated in the competition since the end of June. While Serena Williams pursues Margaret Court’s Grand Slam record and Flushing Meadows’ biggest draw so far, since the French Open Only one game has been played since, and she was injured after retiring from that game.

2021 US Open Tennis Draw

Date: 27 August
Venue: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

US Open 2021 Qualifying


The 104 players will receive direct entry into the US Open based on their July 19th leaderboard, along with eight wild cards that will open up spots for 16 men and 16 women who have earned themselves through qualification.

Every qualifying draw will contain 128 players, who must win three consecutive games to enter the Flushing Meadows main draw. Those who wins both can still participate in the game; if the player quits after a tie, but before their first round of the game, the highest-ranked "lucky loser" will be promoted.


US Open Tennis, Men’s and Women’s seeds

Men's Seeding

1. Novak Djokovic
2. Daniil Medvedev
3. Stefanos Tsitsipas
4. Alexander Zverev
5. Andrey Rublev
6. Matteo Berrettini
7. Denis Shapovalov
8. Casper Ruud
9. Pablo Carreno Busta
10. Hubert Hurkacz
11. Diego Schwartzman
12. Jannik Sinner
13. Felix Auger-Aliassime
14. Alex de Minaur
15. Cristian Garin
16. Grigor Dimitrov
17. Gael Monfils
18. Roberto Bautista Agut
19. Aslan Karatsev
20. John Isner
21. Reilly Opelka
22. Lorenzo Sonego
23. Ugo Humbert
24. Dan Evans
25. Karen Khachanov
26. Cam Norrie
27. David Goffin
28. Fabio Fognini
29. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
30. Milos Raonic
31. Marin Cilic
32. Alexander Bublik

Women’s seedings
1. Ashleigh Barty
2. Naomi Osaka
3. Aryna Sabalenka
4. Sofia Kenin
5. Elina Svitolina
6. Karolina Pliskova
7. Iga Swiatek
8. Bianca Andreescu
9. Garbine Muguruza
10. Barbora Krejcikova
11. Belinda Bencic
12. Petra Kvitova
13. Simona Halep
14. Jennifer Brady
15. Victoria Azarenka
16. Elise Mertens
17. Maria Sakkari
18. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
19. Elena Rybakina
20. Serena Williams
21. Angelique Kerber
22. Ons Jabeur
23. Karolina Muchova
24. Coco Gauff
25. Madison Keys
26. Daria Kasatkina
27. Danielle Collins
28. Anett Kontaveit
29. Jessica Pegula
30. Paula Badosa
31. Jelena Ostapenko
32. Veronika Kudermetova


Share this post