Aug 26, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Opening ceremony in Ashe Stadium on day one of the 2013 US Open at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

US Open 2013: Day two match schedule, TV listings, and more

More first round action continues on Tuesday at the 2013 US Open at Flushing Meadows in New York City. Find out what matches to keep tabs on here, along with where and when to catch the action.

TV Schedule

via US Open’s official website


Breakfast at the US Open – Tennis Channel


Live at the US Open – Tennis Channel


First Round (Live) - Tennis Channel


First Round (Live) - ESPN2


Primetime at the US Open: First Round (Live) - ESPN2


US Open Tonight – Tennis Channel

* From 2pm-7pm Tennis Channel coverage will emanate from Grandstand, Court 17, Court 11 and/or Court 13 only

Schedule of Play

For a complete list of matches, click here. (You will be directed to the US Open’s official website)

Key Matches

As far as Americans go, John Isner is the best shot to go far along in the tournament. He’s on a collision course with Rafael Nadal, which would be a rematch of a great Western & Southern Open final played between them a few weeks ago. Other Americans include Sam Querrey, Christina McHale, and the incredibly named Jack Sock.

  • (6)Carolina Wozniacki vs Ying-Ying Duan (in Arthur Ashe Stadium, 1:00 PM Eastern or after)
  • (13)John Isner (USA) vs Filippo Volandri (in Arthur Ashe Stadium, following Wozniacki/Duan)
  • (1)Novak Djokovic vs Ricardas Berankis (in Arthur Ashe Stadium, 7:00 PM Eastern)
  • Dinah Pfizenmaier vs (2)Victoria Azarenka (in Arthur Ashe Stadium, after Djokovic/Berankis)
  • Guido Pella vs (26)Sam Querrey (USA) (in Louis Armstrong Stadium, after Fabbiano/Raonic)
  • Julia Goerges vs Christina McHale (USA) (in Grandstand, after Ivanovic/Tatishvili)
  • Jack Sock (USA) vs Philipp Petzschner (in Grandstand, after Goerges/McHale)
  • (27)Svetlana Kuznetsova vs Mallory Burdette (USA) (on Court 17, after Haas/Mathieu)

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