The latest order of play has been released at the 2020 US Open, and we have all the key information you need for what will be coming up at Flushing Meadows.
The 2020 US Open will be unlike anything we have seen before with the coronavirus pandemic ensuring there will be no supporters present, along with a collection of the game's top names too, with many players opting to pull out.
Check in here every day for the latest order of play from Flushing Meadows.
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- Alexander Zverev (GER)  v Dominic Thiem (AUT) 
Someone is going to become a maiden Grand Slam champion on Sunday as second seed Dominic Thiem takes on fifth seed Alexander Zverev.
It feels as though the duo have been considered as 'Next Gen' stars for so long that they are no longer befitting of that status, but it is now their time.
Who is going to triumph? The favourite is the Austrian, and he has a superior head-to-head over Zverev, but his fitness will be a question mark.
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- Alfie Hewett (GBR) v Shingo Kunieda (JPN) 
Don't forget that over on Louis Armstrong is a final involving a Brit, with Alfie Hewett in the wheelchair men's singles final.
Hewett and Gordon Reid, the top seeds, triumphed in the men's doubles, but this will be tough for Hewett against Kunieda.
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