How To Watch The US Open Free On Kodi was last modified: October 14th, 2018 by Firestick.io
The tennis world is gearing up for the 137th US Open, running August 27th to September 9th in New York City. If you’re looking to catch the action and you don’t have access to ESPN (the official broadcaster), you may be interested in using Kodi on your Amazon Firestick or Fire TV to tune in. Luckily, there’s plenty of Kodi addons that focus on streaming sports. The following addons should have you watching all the matches in no time!
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US-based IPVanish boasts many excellent qualities that we look for in a VPN: it’s fast, and has about 1,000 server locations spread across the globe. This is an old stand-by for us that we still heartily recommend.
Private Internet Access is a great VPN service for someone looking for something a bit more affordable. It’s just about the cheapest option out there, but still has a respectable amount of functionality.
VyprVPN is a solid VPN choice with few drawbacks. This Swiss service operates about 700 servers, with a great spread of about 70 countries. The “Chameleon Protocol” it offers for premium subscribers is nice, but some customers may be turned off by the limited number of devices they can connect.
TunnelBear is a quirky Canadian VPN service that may be a good choice if you are just looking for something reasonably priced and extremely user-friendly. This company clearly prides itself on it’s colorful, intuitive layout that virtually anyone should be able to figure out right away.
TorGuard is a US-based VPN provider with a lot going for it, despite it’s relatively high price. As the name suggests, this service is built for torrenting, so if that’s your game, TorGuard might be the one for you.
The irreverently-named Hide My Ass is a popular VPN service with what is probably the broadest range of servers of any company out there. Based in England, it operates over 800 servers out of an impressive 220+ countries. However, it’s logging policy has left some users concerned about how safe their privacy really is.
NetStream SportsHub is definitely one of the best addons for watching sports on Kodi in 2018. It was recently updated to include more content and expanded sections. It is fast, and has a minimum of dead links. Highly recommended if you are looking to catch any of the US Open matches.
SportsDevil is one of the longest running Kodi add-ons for watching streaming sports. With this add-on, you should easily be able to find a working stream of all the Open matches in their dedicated Tennis section.
Sport365 is and excellent source for watching sports on Kodi. It boasts stable streams for almost every sport imaginable, including Tennis. There should be plenty of quality streams once the US Open starts.
Aragon Live is a powerful all-around addon. In addition to TV and movies, it has many sections of live sports from around the world to browse, including premier league, motor sports, NFL, NBA, and many more.