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Just the second major to take place in 2020 — normally New York City’s Grand Slam is the final one of the year — some of the biggest names in the sport will be missing this time around. Both the men’s and women’s singles champions from 2019, Rafael Nadal and Bianca Andreescu have withdrawn from the tournament. Roger Federer will also skip the tournament due to knee surgery.The field is filled, however, with some formidable names and former champions including Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka. Also expected to compete are 16-year-old Coco Gauff and serve-and-volley master Taylor Townsend, who lost in last year’s Round of 16 to eventual champion Andreescu in three sets.

The 2020 US Open begins Monday, Aug. 31 and concludes the weekend of Sept. 12-13 with the women’s final on Saturday and the men’s final on Sunday.

Below is the round-by-round breakdown of the schedule for both the men’s and women’s draws.
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US Open matches can be viewed on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN+ with streaming at or on fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial. Sporting News also updates a live U.S. Open scoreboard.
Date Round Time (ET) TV Channel
Monday, Aug. 31 First Round 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+
Tuesday, Sept. 1 First Round 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+
Wednesday, Sept. 2 Second Round 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+
Thursday, Sept. 3 Second Round 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+
Friday, Sept. 4 Third Round 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+
Saturday, Sept. 5 Third Round 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+
Sunday, Sept. 6 Round of 16 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+
Monday, Sept. 7 Round of 16 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+
Tuesday, Sept. 8 Quarterfinals Noon – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN3
Wednesday, Sept. 9 Quarterfinals Noon – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3
Thursday, Sept. 10 Women’s semifinals, Men’s doubles final 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2
Friday, Sept. 11 Men’s semifinals, Women’s doubles final 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2
Saturday, Sept. 12 Women’s final 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. ESPN
Sunday, Sept. 13 Men’s final 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.


he US Open 2020 Tennis Grand Slam will be broadcasted Live in the Indian Sub-Continent by Star Sports Select 1 & Star Sports Select HD 2. The year’s biggest Grand Slam will also be live streamed on Disney+ Hotstar.

The biggest talking point this year’s US Open Tennis edition would be whether Serena William can win her 24th Grand Slam and Novak Djokovic in the absence of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal can win his 18th Grand slam title or not.
US Open 2020 Live : Will Novak Djokovic win his 18th Grand Slam this year @ US Open 2020

The men’s draw at a Grand Slam has seldom had such an overwhelming a favourite in recent times as Novak Djokovic at this year’s U.S. Open, with lot more at stake for the world number one than just his 18th major title.

Serb this year is in red-hot unbeaten form, as he won the ATP Cup with Serbia, an eighth Australian Open title and a fifth Dubai Tennis Championships before the season came to a halt in early March.

If there were doubts over the 33-year-old Serb’s ability to regain that momentum after the shutdown, they were quickly dispelled this week as Djokovic returned to court for the U.S. Open tune-up at the Western & Southern Open in New York.

“Everything is going in the right direction, I’m feeling very good,” declared Djokovic, also not discounting the possibility of going undefeated during the year.

The magnitude of Nadal’s and Federer’s absence can be gauged by the fact that the triumvirate have shared the last 13 Grand Slam titles between them and the onus will solely be on the Serb to add to that number.

Incidentally, the last time someone outside the trio won a Grand Slam was at the U.S. Open when Swiss Stan Wawrinka beat Djokovic in 2016.

But Wawrinka also decided against travelling to New York leaving former champions Andy Murray and Marin Cilic as the only other Grand Slam winners besides Djokovic in the draw.

Djokovic has previously said he could win the most Grand Slam titles and become the longest-reigning world number one by the time he retires.

A victory on Sept. 13 at the Arthur Ashe stadium will give him his 18th Grand Slam crown and leave him one short of Nadal’s tally while Federer leads with 20.

The Swiss also holds the record of 310 weeks at number one but Djokovic is steadily progressing towards eclipsing him and has already topped the world rankings for 282 weeks.

Djokovic has said it will, however, be disrespectful to discount the chances of other players in the draw.

“Anyone can win, even more after six months without the tour,” he said last week. “We don’t really know how we’re going to feel on the court.”

Dominic Thiem has had three attempts at ending the Grand Slam hegemony of the Big Three but lost the previous two French Open finals to Nadal while going down to Djokovic in this year’s Australian Open title clash.

The third-ranked Austrian’s preparations suffered a jolt when he crashed out of the Western & Southern Open in straight sets to Filip Krajinovic in his first match.
Last year’s U.S. Open finalist Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas have had some big wins in their careers but not many will bet on them prevailing against Djokovic’s machine-like precision on hardcourts.
Three-time Grand Slam champion Murray is currently ranked 134th after undergoing two hip surgeries but a win against a top-10 player is not beyond him as Zverev found out this week.
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