US Open 2021: Draws, Schedule, Timing, Top seeds, prize money, LIVE streaming; all you need to know

US Open 2021: Draws, Schedule, Timing, Top seeds, prize money, LIVE streaming; all you need to know US Open 2021 Draws
US Open 2021: Draws, Schedule, Timing, Top seeds, prize money, LIVE streaming; all you need to know US Open 2021 Draws

US Open 2021: Draws, Schedule, Timing, Top seeds, prize money, LIVE streaming; all you need to know – Full list of men’s and women’s singles draws ft. Novak Djokovic, Ash Barty- The much-awaited draws of US Open 2021 have been released. Ash Barty will face Zvonareva in her opening round match of the year’s fourth Grand Slam while Novak Djokovic will play a player from qualifiers. Among other key fixtures, 2012 champion Andy Murray will face Roland Garros Finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas. Simona Halep will kick off her US Open proceedings against Camila Giorgi.

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Meanwhile, The 2021 US Open men’s, women’s, mixed doubles draws will be revealed the week of Aug. 30.

US Open Women’s singles

Key fixtures

Simona Halep (ROM) (12) v Camila Giorgi (ITA)

Madison Keys (USA) v Sloane Stephens (USA)

Danielle Collins (USA) (26) v Carla Suárez Navarro (USA)

Ash Barty vs Vera Zvonareva

Jennifer Brady vs Qualifier

Belinda Bencic vs Arantxa Rus

Samantha Stosur vs Anett Kontaveit

Iga Swiatek vs Qualifier

Karolina Pliskova vs Catherine McNally

Petra Kvitova vs Polona Hercog

Bianca Andreescu vs Viktorija Golubic

Full list: Click here

US Open 2021 Draws: Ash Barty tops US Open women’s singles draw; Naomi Osaka, Victoria Azarenka, Coco Gauff in bottom half

US Open 2021 Draws: Full list of men’s and women’s singles draws ft. Novak Djokovic, Ash Barty

US Open Men’s singles

Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) (3) v Andy Murray (GBR)

Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) (18) v Nick Kyrgios (AUS)

Daniil Medvedev (RUS) (2) v. Richard Gasquet (FRA)

Novak Djokovic vs Qualifier

Kei Nishikori vs Salvatore Caruso

Matteo Berrettini vs Jeremy Chardy

Alexander Zverev vs Sam Querrey

Pablo Careeno Busta vs Qualifier

Denis Shapovalov vs Federico Delbonis

Full list: Click here

US Open 2021 Draws: Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev lead US Open men’s singles draw

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US Open 2021: Draws, Schedule, Timing, Qualifiers, Top seeds, prize money, LIVE streaming; all you need to know
US Open Defending champion (singles)
Naomi Osaka
Dominic Thiem

The top seeds for the US Open will be decided based on ATP and WTA Rankings.
ATP Rankings- check here
WTA Rankings– check here

US Open 2021 Schedule Main Draw
Round 1- August 30 & 31
Round 2- September 1 & 2
Round 3- September 3 & 4
Round of 16- September 5 & 6
Quarterfinals- September 7 & 8
Women’s semifinals- September 9
Men’s semifinals– September 10
Women’s Final, Men’s Doubles Final- September 11
Men’s Final, Women’s Doubles Final- September 12

US Open 2021 Draws

US Open 2021 Draws: Full list of men’s and women’s singles draws ft. Novak Djokovic, Ash Barty

US Open Prize Money Men’s and Women’s singles (in US Dollars)

Round-by-round individual prize money for the US Open is as follows:
Singles:
Winner: $2,500,000
Runner-Up: $1,250,000
Semifinalist: $675,000
Quarterfinalist: $425,000
Round of 16: $265,000
Round of 32: $180,000
Round of 64: $115,000
Round of 128: $75,000
Doubles (each team):
Winner: $660,000
Runner-Up: $330,000
Semifinalist: $164,000
Quarterfinalist: $93,000
Round of 16: $54,000
Round of 32: $34,000
Round of 64: $20,000

US Open 2021 LIVE streaming
In India, Star India owns the rights to show Grand Slam events. Watch all the LIVE action as it unfolds at the US Open on Star Sports and OTT-platform Hotstar.
As per the US Open official website, 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. WOWOW has partnered with the US Open since 1992 and holds the exclusive US Open television rights in Japan. Other international partners include Prime Video in the United Kingdom and Ireland; Star India in the Indian subcontinent; beIN Sports in the Middle East and North Africa; ESPN International in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, South America and Oceania; Fox Sports in Southeast Asia; TSN and RDS in Canada; and SuperSport in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Tennis Channel will deliver daily US Open preview shows and extensive match encore programming, it added.