Monday, August 25, 2014

US Open Tennis 2014: TV Coverage Info

Heading into the 2014 U.S. Open, the hierarchy on tour remains unclear.

Through the year's first three majors, there have been six different winners. Two of those—Rafael Nadal and Li Na—won't be in New York.

The men's No. 1 player, Novak Djokovic, won Wimbledon but hasn't looked the same since, going just 2-2 with defeats to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Tommy Robredo. The women's No. 1 player, Serena Williams, has five singles titles but has yet to make a quarterfinal at a major. That's the first time she has gone 0-for-3 in reaching the final eight since 2006.

No one has grabbed a stranglehold atop the sport, and parity has turned into the overarching theme in 2014.

That should make for a thrilling final major of the year at Flushing Meadows. Let's take a look at what's on the slate for the tournament's opening day on Monday.

TV info:

Full Tournament: U.S. Open Live




Sunday, August 17, 2014

Nanjing Youth Olympic Games live: Watch iOS and Android

The second edition of the Summer Youth Olympic Games will take place from 16 to 28 August in Nanjing, China. You don’t have to be in Nanjing to catch all the action, however, as live and on-demand footage of the 3,800 young athletes participating in the Games can be viewed in a variety of ways.
The official Olympic broadcast partners in over 160 countries and territories around the world will provide the most comprehensive Youth Olympic Games coverage ever. For example, in the host country China, CCTV will provide over 600 hours of live, delayed and highlights coverage of the sports action. To see who is broadcasting the Games in your country, visit:

Live and on-demand coverage of the action can also be watched through the IOC’s global digital platforms:, and For anyone in China, tune in to, which will be broadcasting the competition extensively.

Not near a TV or computer? Not a problem – the Olympic TV app has you covered. Download the Olympic TV app for your iOS and Android handhelds so you won’t miss a minute of the competition.

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