The United States Tennis Association is pleased to offer the official app for the 2019 US Open Tennis Championships, designed and developed by IBM. Stay connected to all the action during the Open, August 19 to September 8, 2019.
Key Features include:
The interactive home screen offers fans an immersive experience into the US Open with immediate access to live scores and latest news, photos, and videos.
Scores – Analytics & Insights by IBM
LIVE exclusive point-by-point scoring updates, completed match results, statistics, match insights and IBM Keys to the Match during the US Open.
US Open Tickets are mobile-only. Use your phone to purchase, view, scan your ticket at the gate, or transfer your tickets.
The Visit section is your main resource for all information regarding visiting the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center including what you can bring, dining and food options, restaurants reservations, and more.
Match Highlights, Official Schedule of Play, Player Bios, Draws, CHASE Charge & Watch.
- Updated for the 2019 US Open Championships tournament
- Updated Ticketmaster implementation to fix ticket management bugs
- Updated with new Discover AR feature for tournament
Ratings and Reviews
A fortnight of fortitude and frustration
Everyone knows the US Open is the toughest slam on the tour but the heat pushed the players to the limit. It took the legs out of Roger and then Rafa and many of the top talents. And winning should be about talent and not genetic heat resistance or advanced fluid management.
Yet these matches showed off the exquisite beauty, physicality and tactical complexity of the sport as well as any in the great 50 year history of the Open, which I’ve attended each year since 1969.
The frustration of this year’s tournament came only in its closing moments when bad judgment, bad behavior, bad sportsmanship and unrealistic expectations cost the new and fabulous women’s champion the elation she should have been able to enjoy with her family, her team and her fans. So the 50th anniversary of the Open, which should have ended in perfection, was instead tarnished by a desperate player unable to avoid her own sense of entitlement.
But the sport is bigger and more precious than any such distraction and Naomi Osaka, finally fit, motivated and focused, will bring her talent back to Flushing Meadow for many years to come and she will always be remembered for her humility, grace and her undeniable title as the 2018 women’s champion of the US Open.
And...oh yeah.... Nole was pretty good too!
Best of the Slam apps by far
I won’t rehash what lots of people have said already. Is it 100% perfect? Of course not, but it’s very deep once you know how to get around. What sets this app apart from the other Slam apps is stats—and by stats I mean IBM powered megastats that tell you anything you could possibly want to know about a player, match, individual set... like how far a player ran on average per point. That’s coach-level info you won’t find anywhere else. Bravo! And it’s free! I keep it open on my iPad while I watch the matches on ESPN+, and switch off between the two. Love it.
Good but could be better (update)
Update saturday 9/1 - I enabled push notifications. The problem is it has no controls options for match start, mid-match scores, final scores. MLB app knows how to do this well. I want to be reminded when a match starts, but not learn blow by blow scores before i’ve watched a recorded match or am a few minutes behind in real time while watching. So, today, I accidentally glance at my phone to learn Madison Keys won 3rd set 6-2, while I was still watching at 3-2. Dang. Have to shut off push notications. Pretty useless.
On friday (8/31) video of matches wasn’t working on LTE. Favorites are great, but all favorites should be accessible from a pull down menu option in the players tab, not just embedded all the way down at the very bottom of the settings menu. I’m on iphone 8 plus ios 11.4.1
- United States Tennis Association
- 859.7 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 United States Tennis Association
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