How to Watch US Open Tennis Day 4 Live Stream Online

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Roger Federer will be on Arthur Ashe Thursday night (Getty)

Second Round matches continue apace on Thursday, with Andy Murray back in action on the court inside Arthur Ashe Stadium. Having convincingly seen off Nick Kygrios on Tuesday, Murray will play Frenchman Adrian Mannarino. The left-hander, who’s never made it past the 3rd round at Flushing Meadow in four previous attempts, beat Russian Konstantin Kravchuk in straight sets.

Elsewhere, 2014 Wimbledon Champion Petra Kvitova takes on American Nicole Gibbs in the last game on Louis Armstrong, Roger Federer takes on Belgian Steve Darcis after 7pm Eastern on Arthur Ashe, while Caroline Wozniacki has the prime time slot against another Czech, Petra Cetkovska.

For a full rundown of the order of play for Thursday, click here.

In the US, ESPN3 has live coverage from 11am Eastern through until 11pm, with additional coverage on ESPN (1pm – 6pm) and ESPN2 (6pm – 11pm) throughout the day. The Tennis Channel has highlights throughout the night from 11pm.

In the UK, Sky Sports 1 has full live coverage of the day’s play from 4pm BST, through until 4am. British Eurosport also has live coverage from 3:45pm BST.

Across Europe, Eurosport has live coverage from 4:45pm CET.

If you can’t get in front of a TV, here’s how to watch online and on mobile:

Watch US Open Tennis Online

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Caroline Wozniacki in 1st Round Action (Getty)

In the US, if you have the log-in info for a cable subscription with access to Watch ESPN, you can watch the day’s play at You’ll need a cable log-in and password, or the log-in and password of someone you know, to access the stream.

In the UK, viewers with access to a satellite subscription can watch the tennis online through Sky Go. You’ll need the log-in and password for a satellite subscription — either yours or someone else’s — to access the stream.

Across Europe, viewers with a Eurosport Player subscription will be able to watch here.

Watch US Open Tennis on Mobile

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Andy Murray celebrates his win over Nick Kyrgios (Getty)

Mobile and tablet users with access to Watch ESPN can watch the tennis on the Watch ESPN app. As is the case with desktop, you’ll need the log-in for a cable subscription with access to ESPN. You can download the app for free in the App Store or Google Play store.

Mobile users in the UK can watch the day’s play on the Sky GO app, which is free to download from the App Store or Google Play store. You’ll need a satellite subscription and log-in details to access the stream.

Across Europe, you can watch every day’s play via the Eurosport Player App, which you can download in the App Store or the Google Play store. Again, you’ll need a subscription to watch.

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Roger Federer sent out a message to his title rivals with a smooth-as-they-come victory over Leonardo Mayer in the first round of the US Open 2015, and the Swiss Master will target more of the same when he plays Steve Darcis in the second round at the Arhur Ashe Stadium on Thursday.

Federer will open up the night session on Thursday, and the number two seed, who came into this final Grand Slam of the year in good form, having beaten the world number one and title favourite Novak Djokovic in the final of the Cincinnati Masters, will be confident of giving the crowd another masterclass in tennis.

“I’m very relaxed after this match,” said Federer who beat Mayer 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 on Wednesday. “I was relaxed after being up two sets to love and a break. That’s when I started to feel good.

“The last one-and-a-half days I was feeling good, but somehow cautious about this first-round match and all of a sudden about the entire tournament. I think now that I’m into the tournament I know what to expect.

“My fitness is good. I’m confident from last week. I have had the perfect preparation in a way that I had enough time off, I had enough practice, I had enough matches, so everything is looking good.

“But then again, you have to win every match that comes.”

Darcis is still remembered for his first round victory over Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon two years ago. His career has not quite taken off since that stunning victory, but Federer will know, all it takes is a poor point here and a bad shot there to tip the scale in the favour of his opponent, who beat Marcos Baghdatis in the first round, after the Cypriot retired in the fourth set.

While Federer will be well aware of that Nadal victory for Darcis, the 34-year-old will also know if he brings anything resembling his A-Game, this will be another stroll in the Arthur Ashe Stadium.

“These rounds are here to just keep on progressing and moving forward and doing the right things and giving yourself confidence and getting to understand the conditions,” Federer added. “Of course I’m very pleased with the first-round performance, but not really more than that. I will take it match by match.

“I’m not thinking too far ahead, as I know some people are. I’m just happy that the last, I don’t know, one-and-a-half years I have been again very, very consistent. I’m able to play good matches consistently. I’m playing the right way, and also in a way that’s fun for me.

“I have no clue how he’s going to play me. At least on a faster court I know that probably I’m going to make him hit tough shots and I’m going to keep attacking and see if he can come up with passing shots or shots on the back foot and all these things which are not easy to do consistently.”