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2019 US Open: Naomi Osaka Live Updates vs. Anna Blinkova



How to Watch: ESPN; ESPN + and ESPN3 Stream

Getting There: Take the 7 metro line or the Long Island Railroad to Mets-Willets.

Tuesday schedule and results: Men | Women

Top seed Naomi Osaka, defending champion, is one set of eliminations in the first round after missing the second set of 84th-ranked Anna Blinkova of Russia at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Osaka gave up 1-4 in the first set before removing five straight games to claim it. The second had a closing finish: Osaka saved three set points on his serve at 4-5, then broke Blinkova in love to put himself in a position to serve for the victory.

Osaka won the match point at 6-5, 40-30, but then made three unexpected mistakes to turn into a tiebreaker, which Blinkova won 7-5 in his second set point.

At Louis Armstrong Stadium, eighth seedman Stefanos Tsitsipas is also an elimination set, down two sets to one against Andrei Rublev. That result would be less surprising, as Rublev showed his potential earlier this month with a win over Roger Federer in Cincinnati.

The crowd from early afternoon for Tuesday's game against Anna Blinkova was scarce and largely quiet, as is often the case at Ashe's cavernous stadium at this time of day.

Coco Gauff, the 15-year-old breakout star at Wimbledon, was awarded a wild card for the US Open. She will face 18-year-old Anastasia Potapova and be ranked No. 72 at Louis Armstrong Stadium on Tuesday afternoon (not before 3 p.m.). Potapova may not be as disturbing a first-round prospect as Venus Williams was at the All England club, but Goff often talks about staying on the ground and playing every game in isolation. Can she handle the loud thunders of Queens, as well as Wimbledon's gracious noises?

Milman reached the quarterfinals of the US Open last year after defeating Roger Federer in the fourth round under the lights of Ashe Stadium. Nadal's physical tennis brand has hurt him on the hard courts of Flushing Meadows in the past, though he has won three U.S. teams among his 18 Grand Slam titles. He had to pull out of his semi-final against Juan Martin del Potro last year because of a knee injury. He hopes that these problems will persist as long as possible this year. This month, he won the only US tune-up event in Montreal.

Look for an exciting match full of great service and hard hitting between these two Belarusians. Sabalenka, who reached the fourth round last year, is ranked # 14 after a strong season of hard racing, reaching the final in the Silicon Valley classic. Although Azarenka reached the US Open twice, she was unable to regain her excellent form after returning from injuries and pregnancy in 2016.


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