US Open Tennis 2017: Sunday TV schedule, results, stream for men's final
Here's everything you need to know to watch Rafael Nadal vs. Kevin Anderson
The US Open concludes Sunday in New York with the men's final pitting 15-time Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal against No. 32 Kevin Anderson of South Africa. Sloane Stephensin straight sets, 6-3, 6-0. Here's everything you need to know about the season's final Grand Slam.
Men's final match on Sunday
No. 1 Rafael Nadal vs. No. 28 Kevin Anderson (4 p.m. ET)
Anderson toppled Pablo Carreno Busta in four sets on Friday to reach Sunday's final while and Nadal dominated Juan Martin del Potro after dropping the first set. Anderson is the same age as Nadal at 31, as both players continue to prove that age is but a number. The key difference is that Nadal knows this stage -- he's playing for his 16th Grand Slam while Anderson is seeking his first.
Women's final recap
Sloane Stephens defeated Madison Keys on Saturday to win her first Grand Slam title, completing a dominant American run during the US Open. Stephens took the match 6-3, 6-0, looking completely dominant in the second set. Keys, Stephens and CoCo Vandeweghe showed that the future of U.S. tennis is bright. There were four American women in the semifinals for the first time in a Grand Slam since 1985, and the first time in the US Open since 1981.
When (and what channel) is it on?
The men's final is on ESPN.
The matches can be streamed on the Watch ESPN app, which can be found here.
Information from the Associated Press was used in this report
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