It's a battle of the teens at Flushing Meadows this evening as two youngsters who have stunned the tennis world go head-to-head - read on to find out how to get a 2021 US Open live stream and watch Emma Raducanu vs Leylah Fernandez online no matter where you are in the world.
The last time the final at the Arthur Ashe Stadium was contested by two players yet to reach their 20s was when Serena Williams defeated Martina Hingis to take the title back in 1999 in a match that signalled a new era for the women's game.
While both players in that match were something of a known quantity - Hingis was already world no.1 - both of today's finalists' trailblazing journeys to today's clash has come as something of a bolt out of the blue.
Britain's Emma Raducanu had to go through the qualifying stage on her incredible route to this showdown, yet has yet to lose a set so far in the tournament.
The 18-year-old now stands on the brink of becoming the first British woman to win a Grand Slam title since Virginia Wade triumphed on home turf at Wimbledon in 1977.
Two months older than Raducanu, Leylah Fernandez's came into the tournament ranked 73rd in the world.
The 19-year-old Canadian has had the tougher passage to the final, laying to waste the title dreams of big names such as four-times major winner and US champion Naomi Osaka, three-times Grand Slam winner Kerber and fifth-seeded Elina Svitolina in the quarter-finals.
Read on to find out how to watch the 2021 US Open online, no matter where you are in the world.
US Open Women's 2021 - Where and when
This 2021 US Open Women's Singles final takes place at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, in Flushing Meadows, New York between on Saturday, September 11.
Play is set to start at 4pm ET / 1pm PT / 9am BST / 6am AEST / 8am NZST.
Watch Raducanu vs Fernandez US Open Women's Singles final online from outside your country
We have full details of all the US, UK, Australian and Canadian broadcasters of this year's US Open Men's semi-finals further down in this guide. If you're intent on watching the action from New York, but find yourself away from home then you'll run into problems when trying to stream your domestic coverage online from abroad as it's likely to be geo-blocked.
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How to watch Raducanu vs Fernandez US Open Women's Singles final online in the US
Coverage from Flushing Meadows for viewers in the US comes courtesy of ESPN who hold exclusive broadcast rights in the host nation.
Raducanu vs Fernandez scheduled to start at 4pm ET / 1pm PT.
If you have ESPN on cable already, you're all set and can watch the tennis from Flushing Meadows via the pay TV network's website - just log-in with details of your cable provider.
Cord cutters also have the option of using an over-the-top service that carries ESPN, such as Sling TV's Orange package.
Costing $35 a month, a Sling Orange subscription will also give you access to channels like Comedy Central, CNN, TNT and Disney as well as ESPN's sports line up.
Another over-the-top option comes in the form of fuboTV which offers an even more complete end-to-end cable replacement services, with the service giving access to ESPN as well as more than 120 other channels on plans starting from $64.99 a month. If you're on the fence, Fubo also offers a FREE FuboTV trial
How to stream Raducanu vs Fernandez US Open Women's Singles final live in the UK
Amazon has exclusive rights to broadcast the US Open tennis in the UK, meaning Amazon Prime members can live stream all the action at no additional cost.
Raducanu vs Fernandez is due to start at 9pm Saturday night.
An Amazon Prime membership will set you back £79 per year or £7.99 per month, which can be cancelled at any time. The subscription will get you access to Amazon's library of TV shows and films as well as unlimited one-day delivery on Amazon orders from the UK.
To stream the Grand Slam tennis action from your phone or tablet, you'll need the Amazon Prime Video app which is available for Android via Google Play and Apple devices via the App Store.
How to stream the US Open live in Canada
TSN has Canadian tennis fans covered, with the network (alongside its French language sister channel RDS) having the rights to show the US Open in the region.
The Raducanu vs Fernandez final is set to start at 4pm ET / 1pm PT.
If you get TSN as part of your cable deal, then you'll be able to log in with the details of your provider and get access to a US Open live stream.
If you don't have cable, then you can subscribe to TSN or RDS on a streaming-only basis from just CA$4.99 a day or (much better value) $19.99 a month.
Live stream Raducanu vs Fernandez US Open Women's Singles final in Australia
If you're planning on watching the US Open Women's Singles final in Australia, then the great news is that Raducanu vs Fernandez (as well as the men's final) will be available to watch via free-to-air channel SBS.
This means you can also live stream the action through SBS On Demand. As well as apps for Android and iOS, you can access it on Android TV, Amazon Fire TV stick, Apple TV and most smart TVs.
Raducanu vs Fernandez is due to start anytime after 6am AEST on Sunday morning Down Under.
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