United Cup 2024: When and Where to Watch in US TV, Live Streaming Details

Published 12/27/2023, 4:18 AM EST

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The United Cup 2024 is just around the corner! Tennis fans are excited about the second edition of the tournament, which will be played in Australia. However, there is also some good news for fans residing in the US or other countries. There are a lot of ways in which you can stay connected to the tournament and get updates on every match, even if you are not in Australia.

There are a lot of big names in the tennis world who will be making a kick-start to the 2024 athletic season with this tournament. On the other hand, being a mixed-team event, there will be a lot of different doubles and singles matches, evoking a plethora of fans to jump from their chairs. But before that, let’s take a look at how tennis fans around the world can be connected to the 2024 United Cup.

Where to watch the 2024 United Cup?


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The 2024 United Cup will feature both the number one ranked players of ATP and WTA, as Novak Djokovic will make his debut for his country. On the other hand, Iga Swiatek will look to avenge Poland’s semi-final loss that stopped them from achieving the title last year. Along with them, a lot of other notable names will also be a part of the event, including Stefanos Tsitsipas, Jessica Pegula, Taylor Fritz, and Alexander Zverev, among others.

While this tournament will take place in Australia, fans around the world can stay connected with the different broadcasting channels that will stream or give time-to-time updates regarding the match. Moreover, the tournament will be streamed live on Tennis TV, showcasing all matches from time to time.


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But that’s not all; there are even other ways in which tennis fans outside of Australia can be connected to the event, including the US audience.

How can the American audience keep up with the event? 

There are different live-streaming platforms from which American fans can catch the live-action of the players. Subsequently, fans from the USA can watch the tournament on the Tennis Channel, respectively. Not only that, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, and American Samoa can also follow the sport through the same channel.

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While there are a lot of other channels that will stream the 2024 United Cup live, the best way for the audience in the US to follow every bit of the match is to turn on the Tennis Channel. This year’s team of the USA has well-known personalities who have already created a fan base in and outside of America. Apart from that, there are a lot of channels that will stream the event in different countries.


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Different live-streaming options around the world! 

While the live-streaming platform, Tennis Channel will stream the event in the US, Tennis Channel International, will focus on other countries such as Germany, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland, India, and the United Kingdom. In addition, the official YouTube channel of the event can help fans from the Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Israel cheer for their team.

Hold on! For all the Serbian fans, SportKlub is the best option to catch Novak Djokovic in action while he plays for his country. Not only that, even Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, and Macedonia’s fans can stream the same channel from their homes to enjoy the year-end event.


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However, with so many options available for the audience in the US and around the world, the tournament is going to be a great start to the year. Are you ready?

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Pratishtha Prakash


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Watching the biggest sports events have been a part of my life right from my early childhood. Although I have grown up watching a variety of sports, including tennis, cricket, and esports, I have a special connection to tennis. Thus, when it came to building a career in sports journalism, I focused on the racket sport.
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