On rare occasions, a women’s doubles match will headline the evening session on Day 4 of the US Open, pitting the team of Venus and Serena Williams against the Czech duo of Lucy Hradecca and Linda Noskova.
Before heading into the evening session, world No. 1 Iga Swirtek will open Center Court on Day 4 to face 2017 US Open champion Sloane Stevens in a contest starting at 17:00 (BST).
Even earlier, Jessica Pegula kicks things off on the court of Louis Armstrong facing world No. 32 Aliaxandra Sasnovich.
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Play begins at 11:00 local time (16:00 BST) on the secondary stadium and outside courts.
Another home favorite, Daniel Collins, opens the fourth evening session on the Louis Armstrong Stadium Court. The match with Christina Bucha comes ahead of her US Open bow on Special Ks.
Nick Kyrgios and Tanasi Kokkinakis will be the main event for Louis Armstrong Stadium ticket holders on Night 4 of the US Open against the teams of Hugo Gaston and Lorenzo Musetti.
Sincey Champion Borna Coric will test his good form against American Jenson Brooksby in the opening match on Grandstand Court.
The action in the grandstand has a strong American vibe as second-seeded doubles duo Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula begin their bid for Grand Slam glory, with the latter pulling double duty in the afternoon.
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Outside the home, Frances Tiafoe hopes to bring the crowd in the grandstands home happy as she wraps up her afternoon with Jason Kubler.
The 17th court hosts a meeting that underlies the animosity as Ukraine’s Marta Kostyuk faces Viktoria Azarenka for the first time since she denounced Belarus’ participation in a US Open fundraiser for a relief project. acting.
Meanwhile, on Court 12, Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie will continue to hoist the British flag in their matches against James Duckworth and Joan Sousa respectively, with Evans starting at 16:00 (BST).
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Amazon Prime holds exclusive rights to broadcast the US Open in the UK, and all matches can also be rewatched on demand on Prime Video.
In the US, ESPN is the exclusive broadcast partner for the eighth consecutive year.
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