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ESPN will present the US Open in 2016 for an eigth consecutive year and will again serve as the exclusive live domestic media partner. As such, ESPN will provide first-ball-to-last-ball coverage of the tournament on its family of networks – nearly 130 hours on TV on ESPN and ESPN2 as well as more than 800 hours of live streaming of all broadcast courts on ESPN3 through the WatchESPN and ESPN apps – providing a “digital grounds pass” for tennis fans. In addition, ABC will broadcast Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day on Sunday, Aug. 28.

Tennis Channel will continue to deliver daily US Open preview and highlight shows as well as extensive match encore programming.