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Ricardas Berankis - Chung Hyeon
US Open men - 28 August 2018

US Open – Follow the Tennis match between Ricardas Berankis and Hyeon Chung live with Eurosport. The match starts at 16:00 on 28 August 2018. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.
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18:57

Berankis 6-4 6-(6)6-7 0-6 0-2 Chung -

Berankis retires, so through goes Chung. He plays Kukushkin next.

18:48

Berankis 6-4 6-(6)6-7 0-6 0-1 Chung -

Berankis has gone, now 1-2 and a break down. That's the thing with best of five - it's very hard for an inferior player to win because eventually class will tell. How important was that breaker?!

18:24

Berankis 6-4 6-(6)6-7 0-3 Chung -

Class is beginning to tell. Chung has eased to a break in the third set, and looks to have broken the back of this one.

18:02

Berankis 6-4 6-(6)6-7 Chung -

The number 23 seed is back in the match, after a gruelling breaker. Both men are going to need a long lie-down once this is done.

17:39

Berankis 6-4 5-5 Chung -

Chung has found a way, and broken back. Will that signal the change in momentum that he's seeking?

17:26 

Berankis 6-4 5-2 Chung -

The number 23 seed is still in the brown stuff, still a set and a break down. He'll need all his power and creativity to get out of this one.

17:07 

Berankis 6-4 2-0 Chung -

This great from the Lithuanian, who is not messing about.

16:58

Berankis 6-4 Chung -

Well in Ricardas Berankis!

16:39

Berankis 3-3 Chung -

Berankis has broken back on 10; Chung will have to concentrate here.

16:27

Berankis 1-2 Chung -

On Court 10, the brilliant Ching Hyeon - 22 years old and seeded 23 - has racked up an early break. He has the game to become a serious player, though I'm reliably informed that Felix Auger Aliassime is the next megastar - he was one set all with the also brilliant Denis Shapovalov last evening, but was forced to retire at 4-1 down in the third.