Round 1 play continues on day 2  of the 2014 US Open at Flushing Meadows, Queens, with some exciting matches taking place today.

Today’s coverage will be split between the Tennis Channel  and ESPN  as follows:

11 A.M (EST)-7 P.M (EST) on the Tennis Channel

1 P.M. (EST)-7 P.M. (EST) on ESPN

7 P.M. (EST)- 11 P.M. (EST) on ESPN

Viewers can also catch all the action streaming live through the Tennis Channel Everywhere  or US Open Live .

The US Open Live site is free for everyone and available in the U.S. only.  The Tennis Channel Everywhere site can only be accessed through your existing cable/internet provider.

The Tennis Channel will also be broadcasting US Open Live from 11 P.M. (EST) to 6 P.M. (EST), showing all of the days highlights, interviews and more.

For those looking to catch the action in person tickets are still available but limited to individual sales only at this time.

As Round 1 continues today fans can look forward to some heavily anticipated  matches on the men’s and women’s side.  Here are the ones to watch:


Serena Williams -vs- Taylor Townsend: match is at 7 P.M (EST).

All eyes will be on this match as Williams, a 17 time Grand Slam Winner goes for number 18 after having a  disappointing season so far.

Although she has won the last  couple of tournaments this summer she has won none of the majors, but she is hoping to change that here.

The 18 year old Townsend, who Williams called the “future of tennis” could stun everyone with an upset, but my bet is Williams will take this in straight sets: 6-3,6-3.

The other matches to watch in the women’s group are Ana Ivanovic -vs- Alison Riske, 11 A.M. (EST) and Petra Kvitova -vs- Kristina Mladenovic ,1 P.M. (EST)


Marinko Matosevic -vs- Rodger Federer : match is at 9 P.M. (EST).

Federer, who is playing in his 60th Grand Slam tournament and is going for his 18 win here, has ben playing great tennis all year and is considered a favorite.

He has played Matosevic once before and beat him easily.  It is hard to imagine this meeting going any differently, so I’m calling Federer in straight sets: 6-1, 6-1, 6-1.

The American -versus American match of Marcos Giron -vs- John Inser is also worth catching

You can view the full day’s line-up on the US Open site.

Day 1’s winners were as follows:

For the women Maria Sharapova beat Maria Kirilenko 6-4, 6-0 and Halep defeated Collins 6-7, 6-1, 6-1,

For the men Novak Djokovic defeated Diego Schwartzman 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 Murray beat Haase 6-3, 7-6 (8-6), 1-6, 7-5 and Wawrinka defeated Vesely 6-2, 7-6 (8-6), 7-6 (7-3).

Consumer Press will bring you all the highlights throughout the US Open, so check back with us.

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