Here's How To Watch Leylah Fernandez In The US Open Final If You're Tuning In From Quebec

Quebec tennis superstar Leylah Fernandez is set to compete at the U.S. Open final on Saturday afternoon. According to Tennis Canada, she's only the second Canadian in the current era of professional tennis to make it to the final at the U.S. Open.

If you're in Quebec and you want to cheer for Fernandez, 19, as she faces off against Great Britain's Emma Raducanu, 18, there are a few ways to tune in.

Option one is for those with access to TSN in English or RDS in French.

TSN viewers can watch on TV on TSN 1 or 4 or online via TSN.ca, the TSN App and TSN Direct.

Note that TSN offers day passes for $7.99 (plus tax) or month passes for $19.99 (plus tax) if you only want to watch the channel temporarily.

The U.S. Open's live video feed is "not currently available to view in your location" but — and we're not recommending this — if you have a solid VPN blocker, you could theoretically try to watch directly via the U.S. Open website.

Finally, numerous Montreal and Quebec sports bars will be playing the match. Head to your local watering hole, and they'll more than likely have it up on TV. McLean's on rue Peel, for instance, has said the pub will be watching.

The match begins at 4 p.m. on September 11.

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