US Open order of play: Serena Williams in action on women’s semi-finals day
The US Open is heading towards it’s end, and that means that, hopefully at least, quantity of action is being replaced by quality. Here is your order of play for day 11.
Arthur Ashe Stadium
19:00 local time (Midnight BST)
Serena Williams v Anastasija Sevastova
Madison Keys v Naomi Osaka
There is plenty of action to follow for those who enjoy doubles tennis too, with Louis Armstrong Stadium hosting matches from 5pm UK time.
Men’s doubles semi-finals
L. Kubot, M. Melo vs. R. Albot, M. Jaziri
M. Bryan, J. Sock vs. J. Cabal, R. Farah
Women’s doubles semi-finals
(Not before 3pm)
B. Krejcikova, K. Siniakova vs.A. Barty, C. Vandeweghe
S. Stosur, S. Zhang vs. T. Babos, K. Mladenovic
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