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Andy Murray is sitting out the competition this year, though reigning champions Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka will be defending their titles.
The Grand Slam competition could be an unpredictable one, especially as the competition hasn't seen a winner retain their title since Serena Williams in 2014.
Here, Digital Spy is on hand to give you all the information you need on watching the 2019 US Open.
When is the US Open?
The US Open kicks-off on Monday (August 26) for the first round of matches, before wrapping-up on Sunday, September 8.
How to watch the US Open on TV and online
Viewers in the UK can stream the US Open on Amazon Prime, who hold the rights to the competition. There, you can watch all the action on your TV, phone, computer or tablet.
If you're not already a member you can sign-up to a 30-day free trial, after which it's £7.99 a month, where you can get full access to Amazon Prime's library of TV and movies.
What's the US Open schedule?
August 26-27: Men's & Women's Round 1
August 28-29: Men's & Women's Round 2
August 30-31: Men's & Women's Round 3
September 1-2: Men's & Women's Round of 16
September 3-4: Men's & Women's Quarter-finals
September 5: Women's Semi-finals
September 6: Men's Semi-finals
September 7: Women's Final
September 8: Men's Final
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