How to watch Leylah Fernandez vs. Emma Raducanu: Time, TV schedule, live stream for 2021 US Open final
The final match of the 2021 US Open women’s singles tournament is officially here and it features two of the unlikeliest finalists: Two teenagers. It’s the just-turned-19 Leylah Fernandez against 18-year-old Emma Raducanu. Fernandez entered the US Open ranked 73rd in the WTA singles rankings while Raducanu came in at 150th.
Back when the women’s draw was revealed on Aug. 26 no one had these two penciled in as the last women standing. The chatter was about who wasn’t there as Americans Serena Williams, Venus Williams and Sofia Kenin were all out. Fernandez’s name was down in the bottom of the draw; Raducano, she wasn’t even listed. Why? She had to actually finish qualifying for the main draw.
Now the two teenage sensations, who both are Canadian-born (Fernandez is from Laval, Que., and Raducanu was born in Toronto but calls Great Britain home), are on the precipice of their first career Grand Slam crown. It also marks the first meeting of two teenagers in the final since Serena Williams beat Martina Hingis in New York in 1999.
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Here’s everything you need to know to watch the 2021 US Open men’s final, including TV information, start time, live stream options and more:
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The start time for the women’s final is set for 4 p.m. ET. Prior to the match, there will be a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
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ESPN will air the 2021 US Open men’s final. Coverage begins at 9 a.m. ET.
To watch, what will surely be an entertaining match, fans can also live stream the action on TSN Direct in Canada and ESPN’s app or fuboTV in the United States. FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial.
Leylah Fernandez’s road to the final:
Emma Raducanu’s road to the final:
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