We are just about at the half-way mark as the 2014 US Open heads into day 6, with a full line-up of round 3 matches and star players taking the court.

Today’s coverage will be split between the Tennis Channel, CBS Sports and the CBS Sports Network  as follows:

11 A.M. (EST)-12 P.M. (EST)- 3rd Round on CBS Sports Network.

11 A.M. (EST)-6 P.M. (EST) 3rd Round on CBS.

3:30 P.M. (EST)-6 P.M. (EST) on CBS Sports Network.

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

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

The US Open Live site is free for everyone, but available in the U.S. only. CBS Sports has streaming, but you must register with them first and   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.

Day  6 is the halfway point, with major stars from the world of Tennis all trying to avoid elimination and advance.  For a complete list of the order of play for Day 6 go to the US Open Site.

Here are the key matches to watch for:

Women:

Serena Williams-vs-Varvara Lepchenko: match play after 1 P.M. (EST), Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Wiliams has been on a tear during this Open and this match should help her to continue her domination.

Williams has played Lepchenko twice- winning both matches, the last on this year in Rome.

Lepchenko is a solid player, just not in the same class as Williams

Williams in straight sets: 6-2, 6-2.

The other women’s match to watch in the women’s group are Barbora Zahlavova Strycova-vs-Eugene Bouchard (match play at 7 P.M. (EST) and Petra Kvitova-vs-Aleksandra Krunic (match play at 11 A.M. (EST).

Men:

Novak Djokovic-vs-Sam Querrey: (match play after 1 P.M. (EST), Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Querrey is coming off a solid, but surprising  round 2  win after beating Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, but it’s highly unlikely that will happen against Djokovic.

The two have met 8 times in the past, with Djokovic winning 7 of those 8 meetings- expect the same outcome today.

Djokovic  in 4: 6-4, 7-6, 6-3, 6-3.

Fans will also want to watch Andy Murray play Andrey Kuznetsov (match play after 11 A.M. (EST).

Here are the highlights from day 5:

For the women, there were a few upsets as Sara Errani knocked Venus Williams out of the tournament, winning  6-0, 0-6,  7-6 and Mirjana Lucic- Maroni eliminated Simona Halep 7-6, 6-2.

Maria Sharapova, however, continued her smooth style of play, beating Sabine Lisicki easily, 6-2, 6-4.

For the men Rodger Federer beat Sam Groth as expected in straight sets 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.

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

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