Elina Svitolina vs Leylah Annie Fernandez Live TV Guide: US Open 2021 Quarterfinal

Elina Svitolina vs Leylah Annie Fernandez Live TV Guide: US Open 2021 Quarterfinal

The 2021 US Open will also be showcased around the world by its international broadcast media partners. Eurosport is the exclusive broadcast partner in continental Europe, reaching 52 countries.

Elina Svitolina vs Leylah Annie Fernandez Info

Match: Elina Svitolina vs Leylah Annie Fernandez Women’s Singles Tennis Match, Quarterfinal, US Open Tennis 2021
Date: 7 September, 2021
Match Start Time: 23:30IST
Venue: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, New York

ESPN will be broadcast the live coverage and feed of each match in different regions on USA. So US Open 2021 live telecast, score and live stream on USA country via ESPN various tv channels and their official website.

Australia Tennis Fans can Watch the US Open Tennis Championship 2021 live action on Fox Sports TV channels and website as they have exclusive rights to broadcast us open tournament from 2013 to 2016.

Middle east countries can Watch US Open live coverage on beIN Sports TV channels while TSN Bring the US open live stream in English languages for Canada country while RDS provide the US Open Live broadcast in French Languages in Canada Country.

India and their sub continent countries like sri lanka, bangladesh, pakistan, nepal etc can watch US Open Tennis 2021 live on Ten sports as Ten sports Networks officially broadcast the US Open 2021 live in India region.

France and Germany Tennis viewers enjoy the Tennis tournament of US Open Live on Eurosports tv channels. To know more about the TV channels and Official Broadcaster of the different country kindly check below the list.

Elina Svitolina vs Leylah Annie Fernandez TV Guide

UKAmazon Prime Video
CanadaTSN, RDN
Middle EastbeIN Sports
North AfricaBand Sports
MexicoESPN International
CaribbeanESPN International
IndiaStar Sports
South AmericaESPN International
South East AsiaFox Sports
OceaniaESPN International
IrelandAmazon Prime Video
Sub-Saharan AfricaSupersport