The derby will be the first challenge against Louis Armstrong, then Roman, Trevisan and Bronzetti are ahead of Arnaldi on the field. At night, it’s Alcaraz and Medvedev’s turn
Sinner-Sonego at 5 p.m. and four other Italians: The program for the super day of the US Open. The derby will be the first challenge against Louis Armstrong, then on the field Berrettini, Trevisan and Bronzetti ahead of Arnaldi. At night it’s up to Alcaraz and Medvedev. Make yourself comfortable: the fourth day of the US Open will be packed with Italians. And everyone on the pitch at times that smile at us when our team games are in the late afternoon or evening. The program of Day 4 of the New York Slam is a nice gift for all Italian fans: to see Sinner, Berrettini, Sonego, Arnaldi, Bronzetti and Trevisan at work, you don’t need to have coffee cans and stay up late. And if the Azzurri are not enough, the evening will also be full of games not to be missed.
We start with the derby, the most awaited match: Sinner and Sonego, one against the other, will open the program on Louis Armstrong at 5 p.m. Italian time. While Trevisan (against Vondrousova), Berrettini (with Rinderknech) and Bronzetti (against Lys) will compete in the second game – respectively in the stands, in 5th place and in 10th place. You have to double, you have to on SuperTenniX – or via the green button of the SuperTennis channel for smart TV owners – move from one seat to another so as not to lose emotions. And to conclude our programme, Arnaldi will be on the field right after Bronzetti in 10th place against another very young player, Arthur Fils.
the other games
But of course there are not only the Italians. Let’s start at the heart of Arthur Ashe: day session (from 6pm Italian time) with Murray-Dimitrov and Wickmayer-Keys, evening session (not before 1am) with Alcaraz-Harris and Tig-Pegula. At Armstrong, Sabalenka (against Burrage) and Svitolina (with Pavlyuchenkova) take their turn after Sinner-Sonego, while Kasatkina-Kenin and Medvedev-O’Connell are scheduled for the evening session. Opening the day in the stands is another derby, this time from the USA, between Isner and Mmoh, with John in the last tournament of his career and therefore set to retire in the event of defeat. After Trevisan there will be a show between Rublev and Monfils, while the program will end – at the earliest at 1am – with Jabeur and Noskova. A great day is upon us in Flushing Meadows.
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