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The upset bug continues to spread inside the Nassau Coliseum, with none of the top five seeds reaching Saturday’s semi-finals.
The world No.18 was knocked out of the tournament by Australia’s Jordan Thompson on Thursday night.
It’s the third edition of this ATP 250 event played on indoor hard courts at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Long Island.
Novak Djokovic vies for his 17th Major, as Dominic Thiem gets a third chance at winning his first Slam final.
Garbine Muguruza goes for her third Major, against a Slam final debutante.
With scorching hot temperatures on Thursday, who will survive and advance to the finals?
Four singles matches will take place on the prestigious Rod Laver Arena with a place in the semi-finals at stake for the winners.
The second week begins with eight stellar fourth matchups.
The third round was full of upsets. Will that continue as the round of 16 begins?
Saturday’s schedule is filled with compelling matches, as seeds begin to clash in these halves on the singles draws.
Friday will be highlighted by two of the sport’s brightest young stars meeting for the second consecutive Major.
Yesterday’s heat will be replaced by much cooler conditions, but the wind will continue to make its presence known around the grounds.
Cooler conditions will be replaced by heat, heavy winds, and rain, complicating matters for players as the second round commences.
With rain causing long delays on Monday, Tuesday will be a busy day as the tournament tries to get back on schedule.
Both defending singles champions will begin their title defences on Monday down under.
Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas will play for the biggest title of their careers.
Who will advance to the championship match at the biggest non-Major event of the year?
Who will join Dominic Thiem, Roger Federer, and Stefanos Tsitsipas in Saturday’s semifinals?