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World number ones Ash Barty and Novak Djokovic headline Day Four US Open on ESPN

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Australia’s world number one Ash Barty and Grand Slam chasing Novak Djokovic will headline ESPN’s live and exclusive day four coverage at the US Open.

Barty will open the day four coverage live at 2AM AEST on ESPN, as she hits Arthur Ashe Stadium for her second round match against Clara Tauson.
 
Whilst Novak Djokovic will command all the attention during the US Open night session on Friday.
 
The men’s world number one faces Dutch hope Tallon Griekspoor at approximately 9am AEST live on ESPN.
 
ESPN will have whip around coverage from across the tournament, bringing the most thrilling action from all courts, live and exclusive.
 
Fellow Aussie Ajla Tomljanovic will join Barty in day four action, facing 30th seed Petra Martic at approx. 6.15am AEST.
 
On the men’s side of the draw, Jordan Thompson is the sole Australian in action on Friday.
 
Thompson faces a difficult second round clash with 21st seed Aslan Karasev, beginning at approximately 2.15am AEST.
 
Thompson’s match with Karasev as well as a number of Australian’s in action across the doubles and mixed doubles tournaments will be available to follow live on the ESPN App.*
 
ESPN’s Day Four evening session will also include coverage of Karolina Pliskova vs Amanda Anisimova, Lauren Davis vs Blanca Andreescu, and Roberto Carballes Baena vs Denis Shapovalov.

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Aussies in action – Day Four
Live at 1am AEST: Women’s Doubles: Martincova/Vondrousova vs Carter/Sharma*
Live at 1am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Peers/Polasek vs Bambridge/Skupski*
Live at 2am AEST: Women’s Singles: Ash Barty vs Clara Tauson (ESPN)
Live at approx. 3am AEST: Aslan Karatsev vs Jordan Thompson*
Live at approx. 3am AEST: Women’s Doubles: Melichar-Martinez/Schuurs vs Rodionova/Rodionova*
Live at approx. 4am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Lajovic/Nakashima vs Ebden/Purcell*
Live at approx. 4am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Murray/Soares vs Paul/Popyrin*
Live at approx. 4am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Saville/Smith vs Berankis/Paire*
Live at approx. 5am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Millman/Monteiro vs de Minaur/Reid*
Live at approx. 6.15am AEST: Women’s Singles: Alja Tomljanovic vs Petra Martic (ESPN)
Live at approx. 7am AEST: Women’s Doubles: Jorovic/Pattinama vs Perez/Peschke*
 
ESPN’s US Open coverage begins at 2AM AEST each day of the tournament, with over 12 hours of continuous live action throughout the day.
 
*Streaming functionality on the ESPN App and ESPN.com.au is available to ESPN channel subscribers via Foxtel, Fetch TV and SKY NZ who enter their platform credentials. (Note: Kayo subscribers cannot stream via the ESPN App or ESPN.com.au at this time).  Download the ESPN App from the Apple and Android app stores.

ESPN and ESPN2 are available on Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and SKY NZ.


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Australia’s world number one Ash Barty and Grand Slam chasing Novak Djokovic will headline ESPN’s live and exclusive day four coverage at the US Open.

Barty will open the day four coverage live at 2AM AEST on ESPN, as she hits Arthur Ashe Stadium for her second round match against Clara Tauson.
 
Whilst Novak Djokovic will command all the attention during the US Open night session on Friday.
 
The men’s world number one faces Dutch hope Tallon Griekspoor at approximately 9am AEST live on ESPN.
 
ESPN will have whip around coverage from across the tournament, bringing the most thrilling action from all courts, live and exclusive.
 
Fellow Aussie Ajla Tomljanovic will join Barty in day four action, facing 30th seed Petra Martic at approx. 6.15am AEST.
 
On the men’s side of the draw, Jordan Thompson is the sole Australian in action on Friday.
 
Thompson faces a difficult second round clash with 21st seed Aslan Karasev, beginning at approximately 2.15am AEST.
 
Thompson’s match with Karasev as well as a number of Australian’s in action across the doubles and mixed doubles tournaments will be available to follow live on the ESPN App.*
 
ESPN’s Day Four evening session will also include coverage of Karolina Pliskova vs Amanda Anisimova, Lauren Davis vs Blanca Andreescu, and Roberto Carballes Baena vs Denis Shapovalov.

Subscribe to KAYO now and enjoy all this sport action and more on a 14-Day Free Trial.

Kayo Sports

Aussies in action – Day Four
Live at 1am AEST: Women’s Doubles: Martincova/Vondrousova vs Carter/Sharma*
Live at 1am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Peers/Polasek vs Bambridge/Skupski*
Live at 2am AEST: Women’s Singles: Ash Barty vs Clara Tauson (ESPN)
Live at approx. 3am AEST: Aslan Karatsev vs Jordan Thompson*
Live at approx. 3am AEST: Women’s Doubles: Melichar-Martinez/Schuurs vs Rodionova/Rodionova*
Live at approx. 4am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Lajovic/Nakashima vs Ebden/Purcell*
Live at approx. 4am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Murray/Soares vs Paul/Popyrin*
Live at approx. 4am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Saville/Smith vs Berankis/Paire*
Live at approx. 5am AEST: Men’s Doubles: Millman/Monteiro vs de Minaur/Reid*
Live at approx. 6.15am AEST: Women’s Singles: Alja Tomljanovic vs Petra Martic (ESPN)
Live at approx. 7am AEST: Women’s Doubles: Jorovic/Pattinama vs Perez/Peschke*
 
ESPN’s US Open coverage begins at 2AM AEST each day of the tournament, with over 12 hours of continuous live action throughout the day.
 
*Streaming functionality on the ESPN App and ESPN.com.au is available to ESPN channel subscribers via Foxtel, Fetch TV and SKY NZ who enter their platform credentials. (Note: Kayo subscribers cannot stream via the ESPN App or ESPN.com.au at this time).  Download the ESPN App from the Apple and Android app stores.

ESPN and ESPN2 are available on Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and SKY NZ.

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