Today’s matches, full schedule and how to watch on TV

Andy Murray at the US Open - US Open 2023 order of play: Today’s matches, full schedule and how to watch on TV

Murray is first on court on Thursday – Getty Images/Clive Brunskill

Caroline Wozniacki, who returned to the court this year after a three-and-a-half year absence, beat Petra Kvitova, the two-times Wimbledon champion, on Wednesday at the US Open.

Wozniacki, currently ranked 623 in the world, seemed astounded by her own quality after the 7-5, 7-6 victory in Arthur Ashe Stadium. The US Open is just her third tournament since returning to the sport.

“This couldn’t be better. It’s a dream come true. If you had asked me three years ago,” Wozniacki said, “I would have said I’ll never be back here, playing on this court.”

Elsewhere on Wednesday there was a surprise defeat for Casper Ruud, last year’s finalist, who was beaten 6-4, 5-7, 6-2, 0-6, 6-2 by China’s Zhang Zhizhen. Zhizhen is the first Chinese man to beat a top-five player since the introduction of the ATP rankings in 1973.

Also yesterday, Dominic Stricker upset seventh seed Stefanos Tsitsipas 7-5 6-7(2) 6-7(5) 7-6(6) 6-3 in a four-hour clash to claim his first top 10 career win and reach the third round. Tsitsipas was serving for the match in the fourth set when the gutsy Swiss outplayed him, forcing a third tiebreak and then a decider.

Novak Djokovic is through to the third round but British qualifier Lily Miyakazi lost to Belinda Bencic.

Thursday is a big day for British tennis, with Andy Murray, Dan Evans, Cameron Norrie, Jack Draper, Katie Boulter and Jodie Burrage all in action.

  • Wang Yafan (China) v Katie Boulter (GB) – 4pm, Court 5

  • Jack Draper (GB) v 17-Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) – 4pm, Court 12

  • Andy Murray (GB) v Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgaria) – 5pm, Arthur Ashe

  • Jodie Burrage (GB) v Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus) – second match on Louis Armstrong

  • Hsu Yu-hsiou (Taiwan) v Cameron Norrie (GB) – third match on Court 11

  • Botic van De Zandschulp (Netherlands) v Dan Evans (GB) – fourth match on Court 11

US Open full order of play for day four

Arthur Ashe Stadium

5pm UK time (12pm local)

Not before 7pm UK time

  • 1-Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) v Lloyd Harris (South Africa)

  • Patricia Maria Tig (Romania) v 3-Jessica Pegula (U.S.)

Louis Armstrong Stadium

4pm UK time (11am local)

  • Lorenzo Sonego (Italy) v 6-Jannik Sinner (Italy)

  • Jodie Burrage (GB) v 2-Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus)

  • 26-Elina Svitolina (Ukraine) v Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Russia)

Not before 7pm UK time

  • 13-Daria Kasatkina (Russia) v Sofia Kenin (U.S.)

  • 3-Daniil Medvedev (Russia) v Christopher O’Connell (Australia)


4pm UK time (11am local)

  • Michael Mmoh (US) v John Isner (US)

  • Martina Trevisan (Italy) v 9-Marketa Vondrousova (Czech Republic)

  • Gael Monfils (France) v 8-Andrey Rublev (Russia)

  • 5-Ons Jabeur (Tunisia) v Linda Noskova (Czech Republic)

Court 17

4pm UK time (11am local)

  • 12-Alexander Zverev (GER) v Daniel Altmaier (GER)

  • 30-Tomas Martin Etcheverry (ARG) v Stan Wawrinka (SUI)

  • 31-Marie Bouzkova (CZE) v Petra Martic (CRO)

  • Greet Minnen (BEL) v Sachia Vickery (USA)

Court 5

4pm UK time (11am local)

  • Katie Boulter (GBR) v  Yafan Wang (CHN)

  • Matteo Berrettini (ITA) v Arthur Rinderknech (FRA)

  • 23-Nicolas Jarry (CHI) v Alex Michelsen (USA)

Court 10

4pm UK time (11am local)

  • Lucia Bronzetti (ITA) v Eva Lys (GER)

  • Arthur Fils (FRA) v Matteo Arnaldi (ITA)

  • Sebastian Baez (ARG) v Felipe Meligeni Alves (BRA)

Court 11

4pm UK time (11am local)

  • 22-Ekaterina Alexandrova (RUS) v Lesia Tsurenko (UKR)

  • 16-Cameron Norrie (GBR) v Yu Hsiou Hsu (TPE)

  • 6-Dan Evans (GBR) v Botic Van De Zandschulp (NED)

Court 12

4pm UK time (11am local)

Court 13

4pm UK time (11am local)

  • 23-Qinwen Zheng (CHN) v Kaia Kanepi (EST)

  • 14-Liudmila Samsonova (RUS) v Tamara Korpatsch (GER)

  • 13-Alex de Minaur (AUS) v Yibing Wu (CHN)

Court 7

4pm UK time (11am local)

How to watch the US Open on TV in the UK

Sky Sports has taken over from Amazon Prime Video in broadcasting the US Open live from Flushing Meadows.

Gigi Salmon presents the coverage alongside Martina Navratilova, Tim Henman, Johanna Konta, Feliciano López, Marion Bartoli, Jordanne Whiley, Laura Robson, Jamie Murray, Karthi Gnanasegaram, Emma Paton and Jonathan Overend.

At least 135 hours of action will be shown over the two weeks.

How to watch the US Open on TV in the US

ESPN have the broadcasting rights to show the tournament.

Men’s draw in full

US Open 2023: Men's singles draw

US Open 2023: Men’s singles draw

Women’s draw in full

US Open 2023: Women's singles draw

US Open 2023: Women’s singles draw

When is the US Open final?

The women’s final is Saturday, September 9.

The men’s final is Sunday, September 10.

Both finals start at 9pm UK time (4pm local time).

What is the US Open prize money?

The US Open total prize pool is £51.4 million, up eight per cent on 2022.

The men’s and women’s singles champions will each take home £2.37 million and the runners-up will earn £1.18 million.

Prize money for progression through the earlier rounds is as follows: first round (£64,456); second round (£97,277); third round (£151,061); round of 16 (£224,614); quarter-finals (£359,857); semi-finals (£612,918).

Iga Swiatek - US Open 2023: Dates, draw, order of play and how to watch on TV

Iga Swiatek is the defending women’s champion – Getty Images/Matthew Stockman

Which British players are involved?

Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans, Andy Murray, Jack Draper, Katie Boulter, Jodie Burrage and Lily Miyazaki started the tournament. Miyazaki was the first British player to come through US Open qualifying since Emma Raducanu.

Jan Choinski and Heather Watson were beaten in the first round of qualifying, while Harriet Dart went out in the second round and Liam Broady in the final round.

Why is Emma Raducanu not playing at the US Open?

Emma Raducanu is not competing in New York as she continues her recovery from surgery on both hands and her left ankle in May.

Who are the defending champions?

Last year, Carlos Alcaraz claimed a maiden major title as he defeated Casper Ruud 6-4, 2-6, 7-6, 6-3.

Iga Swiatek won her third major title as she beat Ons Jabeur 6–2, 7–6.

Best of the latest odds

Men’s singles

  • Novak Djokovic: 5/4

  • Carlos Alcaraz: 21/10

  • Daniil Medvedev: 13/1

  • Jannik Sinner: 17/1

Women’s singles

  • Iga Swiatek: 23/10

  • Aryna Sabalenka: 5/1

  • Coco Gauff: 15/2

  • Elena Rybakina: 9/1

Odds correct as of August 30

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