U.S. Open Tennis on CBS

Watch U.S. Open Tennis on CBS

  • 2012
  • 4 Seasons

The United States Open Tennis tournament has been carried on the CBS television network since 1968. Two years ago, the coverage was expanded to the CBS Sports Network, so that additional matches could be offered to the public. Every tennis court used by the United States Open is lighted, so that CBS can carry the coverage during the prime time hours, namely on the weekends. Commencing in the late 1990s, the United States Open followed the early National Football League game. By doing so, ratings were gained, since many would follow the tennis tournament after watching the football game. CBS has utilized a number of technological advances to improve upon the viewing experience including 3D television, and the MacCam, which is slow motion camera that provides a picture whereby the tennis ball has land in comparison to the out of bounds line. In the 47 years covering the event, CBS has used a number of play by play broadcasters including Bud Collins, Jim Nantz, and Pat Summerall who worked the broadcast from the inception through 1993. Throughout the broadcast, CBS will cut away from the live match, and go to the studio for commentary from former tennis greats such as John McEnroe and Jim Courier.

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Seasons
Women's Semifinals, Day 11
12. Women's Semifinals, Day 11
September 10, 2015
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Men's Quarterfinals, Part 2 Day 10
11. Men's Quarterfinals, Part 2 Day 10
September 9, 2015
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Men's and Women's Quarterfinals Day 10
10. Men's and Women's Quarterfinals Day 10
September 9, 2015
Summary not available
Men's and Women's Quarterfinals Day 9
9. Men's and Women's Quarterfinals Day 9
September 8, 2015
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Round of 16 Day 8
8. Round of 16 Day 8
September 7, 2015
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Round of 16 Day 7
7. Round of 16 Day 7
September 6, 2015
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Third Round Day 6
6. Third Round Day 6
September 5, 2015
Summary not available
Third Round Day 5, Part 1
5. Third Round Day 5, Part 1
September 4, 2015
Summary not available
2015 Day 4
4. 2015 Day 4
September 3, 2015
Summary not available
2015 Day 3
3. 2015 Day 3
September 2, 2015
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2015 Day 2
2. 2015 Day 2
September 1, 2015
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2015 Day 1
1. 2015 Day 1
August 31, 2015
Summary not available
2015 Arthur Ashe Kids Day
0. 2015 Arthur Ashe Kids Day
August 30, 2015
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Description

The United States Open Tennis tournament has been carried on the CBS television network since 1968. Two years ago, the coverage was expanded to the CBS Sports Network, so that additional matches could be offered to the public. Every tennis court used by the United States Open is lighted, so that CBS can carry the coverage during the prime time hours, namely on the weekends. Commencing in the late 1990s, the United States Open followed the early National Football League game. By doing so, ratings were gained, since many would follow the tennis tournament after watching the football game.

CBS has utilized a number of technological advances to improve upon the viewing experience including 3D television, and the MacCam, which is slow motion camera that provides a picture whereby the tennis ball has land in comparison to the out of bounds line. In the 47 years covering the event, CBS has used a number of play by play broadcasters including Bud Collins, Jim Nantz, and Pat Summerall who worked the broadcast from the inception through 1993. Throughout the broadcast, CBS will cut away from the live match, and go to the studio for commentary from former tennis greats such as John McEnroe and Jim Courier.

  • Premiere Date
    September 1, 2012