The United States Tennis Association is pleased to offer the official app for
the 2021 US Open Tennis Championships, designed and developed by IBM. Stay up
to date during the lead-up to the US Open with news, photos, videos, tournament
schedule, and alerts. Key Features include: Tic...
About the app ideas ...comments and suggestions
Daytime commentators for espn are subpar and difficult to hear while streaming. I’m enjoying the app; especially your on the clock segment. Wish you had a notes section on the app or someway to list personal favorites to watch then get notifications when those players were about to begin their matches. Also... I would like the app to be able to create a personalized schedule of play according to personal favorites, which would include dates, start times, and court locations ( for easier streaming purposes). I see your app improving each year. I’m enjoying it very much.
better than last year
The first thing I would fix is when you get the red numbers alerting you to something needing to be addressed, have a way to actually know what those alerts are and then have a way to get rid of them. I keep getting them, I have no way of knowing what they are for or how to get rid of them. Overall, the app is better than last year’s edition but still is lacking when compared to the Wimbledon app. I would compare the US Open to the Wimbledon app and then make your changes. This tournament does the absolute best at making money. Put a little more of that money into a good app which could be made the best. You have the best tournament in the world in the best location. It is time to make the app as good as the tournament. Quit making excuses.
Good but could be better (update)
Update saturday 9/1 - I enabled push notifications. The problem is it has no controls options for match start, mid-match scores, final scores. MLB app knows how to do this well. I want to be reminded when a match starts, but not learn blow by blow scores before i’ve watched a recorded match or am a few minutes behind in real time while watching. So, today, I accidentally glance at my phone to learn Madison Keys won 3rd set 6-2, while I was still watching at 3-2. Dang. Have to shut off push notications. Pretty useless. On friday (8/31) video of matches wasn’t working on LTE. Favorites are great, but all favorites should be accessible from a pull down menu option in the players tab, not just embedded all the way down at the very bottom of the settings menu. I’m on iphone 8 plus ios 11.4.1
Best of the Slam apps by far
I won’t rehash what lots of people have said already. Is it 100% perfect? Of course not, but it’s very deep once you know how to get around. What sets this app apart from the other Slam apps is stats—and by stats I mean IBM powered megastats that tell you anything you could possibly want to know about a player, match, individual set... like how far a player ran on average per point. That’s coach-level info you won’t find anywhere else. Bravo! And it’s free! I keep it open on my iPad while I watch the matches on ESPN+, and switch off between the two. Love it.
One of the better slam apps.
This app seems to have achieved the goal of proficient integration of a variety of ads with US Open content. So far the app features & ads have functioned smoothly. I guess I am not sure if the number & length of ad videos that I have to watch at the beginning of most of the relatively short highlights/interviews/features is worth my time, especially when seeing the same ads repeated. But the app itself is much better than in previous years. UPDATE: I added a star because an option to skip now appears in many of the ads. Thank you! Maybe next year have more ads featuring more of the tennis players? :)
Best sporting event I’ve seen.
Well, it’s a bit creepy that I was poking around the app to see how to add a comment on how good this app is when I was prompted to rate it. I’ll assume that was a coincidence and that IBM has not (yet) developed the ability to read my mind via my phone. As for the app, I was truly looking to leave a comment because everything I was looking for to recap today was easily found. Scores and schedules are formatted well and easy to navigate and I enjoyed sampling the press conferences.
Awful experience. Switched back to website!
App takes 8 seconds to boot up on an iPhone X. That is absurd! What makes it worse is coming back to check scores after using other apps for a few minutes this app has to start up all over again for another 8 seconds. That’s horrible multitasking! So bad I switched back to using their website. Also horrible is seeing only three scores on screen at a time. Make a more compact scoring list so we don’t have to scroll forever in early rounds when there’s are dozens of matches. Your website at least shows 4 and espn manages to show twice as many. Let us customize buttons at bottom. The draw is more used than the players section!!
Much improved for 2018
After disappointing performance in years past, the 2018 version simply works well. Live scoring is very quick and accurate, and notifications are dependable. Menu is easy to navigate, and has many useful features both for the fan at home as well as on site. Hopefully next year’s version stays the same!
Needs a few tweaks
Normally, this is probably the best of the major tournament apps, but the quality this year has eroded a little. Complaints so far for the 2019 app: --Very slow to load, even when already open in the background. --The Men's Singles filter for Scores > Completed Matches simply doesn't work. --The match stats on the Overview pages are completely inexplicable. For singles, they show Career Matches Won and YTD Matches Won, but not Matches Won or Matches Played in either category. For doubles, it's the opposite: Career Matches Lost and YTD Matches Lost, but not Matches Won or Matches Played in either category.
Watched RF lose last night. First visit to Open this year due to a back injury. Love Armstrong so much. But still not a fan of Ashe Stadium. Heat was too stifling and the stadium will always be too large and impersonal. The average fan has been disregarded for corporate boxes. Why not close the roof on both stadiums when it is this hot and so late in the draw. Keep it closed for the entire round so it’s fair for all players. Elevator access was terrific and helpful for my injury. Oh well Armstrong is a great success. Thanks
Information on every match before and after
This app is much better than I thought originally! App has lots of information on every match, both before and after. Also, a lot of exclusive pictures from all the games are available on the app which is much more accessible than any other platform for the tournament
Good but could be better
Missing a couple of key features n my opinion. There is no way to select all the players from one country as favorites. In other words there is no filter on the players screen to filler by country. Also there is no way to just to just view your favorites. Instead you need to scroll through all the matches. What is the point of having favorites if you can filter by them? Such an easy feature (it was present on the Wimbledon app) to implement and yet no go. Sure it’s free but this is constructive criticism.
“Useful” doesn’t say enough
Most useful app I’ve used for any sporting event, to date. In particular for those physically at the US Open; made navigating around the grounds that much easier. The coordination with third party partners, like Amex & Chase, was very helpful. Not to mention that the app itself is very user friendly and visually pleasing. Couldn’t imagine my tournament experience without this app.
Just Love It!
I was just looking for a place to write up this wonderful U.S. Open app. It is amazing. The real time scores, the links to videos, the news conferences and the graphics. In a world where very little is going right lately, this app sure is perfect. Kudos to those who designed it and those who maintain it and keep it running. It really is a grand slam all the way!
My wife and I have been coming to the Open for thirty years and the improvements are nothing short of magical. Armstrong, Grandstand, court 17 and all the rest of the facilities are beautiful. We have also visited your National Training Campus in Orlando where we hope you (USTA) are able to return American men’s tennis to greatness. The ladies are already there. Our only complaint are your prices, both the ticket prices and food and beverages. Not every spectator is a hedge fund manager with “1” percent salary to splurge on box seats and champagne. Tennis has become an “every mans” sport for the masses and the costs to the average fan needs to reflect this. Thanks for all you do to promote this great sport. Lynn & Wiley Wood Norfolk Va
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