The US Open is due to start on Monday marking the last tennis Grand Slam of the year. 

British fans will be pleased to hear that Andy Murray is returning to the New York courts as he continues his comeback to the tour. 

Only two members of the big four will be playing the tournament however, with Djokovic joining Murray stateside. 

It means that Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will be absent, having  both missed the Olympics earlier this summer. 

Despite suffering various injuries over the past 4-years, Murray did play in the slam in 2020, which took place without spectators. 

There, he was defeated in the second round by Felix Auger-Aliassime. 

The courts hold good memories for the Scot, where he won his first Grand Slam trophy in 2012. 

He has been gradually improving throughout the season after coming back from multiple hip surgeries, with his form looking better and better. 

After making the third round of Wimbledon earlier this season, he will be hoping to go one step further in America.

Known for never giving up without a fight, his matches are not to be missed.

Here's when Andy Murray is playing in the US Open and how to watch from the UK. 

When is Andy Murray playing at the US Open?

Andy Murray will play number 3 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas from Greece on Monday August 30 in the first round of the US Open. 

The pair will play at 18:15 New York time.

With the UK five hours ahead of New York, the match will take place 23:15 BST.

How can I watch the Andy Murray match in the UK?

The US Open will be available on Amazon Prime meaning UK viewers will be able to watch the tournament on the streaming platform.  

You have to be a member to gain access however if you do not already have a subscription, you can get a free month's membership before the monthly payment is taken directly off your card.

The subscription costs £7.99 per month.