The US Open 2023, held at Flushing Meadows, New York, is in full swing with Day 11 scheduled for September 7th. The day promises to be filled with thrilling matches, including the women’s singles semi-finals and a men’s doubles match featuring Indian tennis player Rohan Bopanna.
In the women’s singles semi-finals, Coco Gauff will face Karolina Muchova. Gauff, a 19-year-old American, has made history by becoming the first American teenager to reach the US Open semi-finals since Serena Williams in 2001.
Her opponent, Muchova from the Czech Republic, had a breakthrough year in 2021, reaching the semi-finals at the Australian Open and quarterfinals at Wimbledon. After struggling with injuries in 2022, she has bounced back this year and was a finalist at Roland Garros.
Following this match, Madison Keys will take on Aryna Sabalenka. Keys, a 28-year-old American, is the only woman among the semi-finalists who has previously reached a US Open final. She will be up against Sabalenka, the new World No.1 and Australian Open 2023 champion.
Sabalenka is aiming to reach her first US Open final and become the first woman to reach the semi-finals of all four Majors in a season since Serena Williams in 2016.
Gauff and Keys will be aiming to set up an all-American final with wins on Thursday.
In the men’s doubles, Rohan Bopanna of India and his Australian partner Matthew Ebden have advanced to the semi-finals. Bopanna will be aiming to reach the final of the US Open men’s doubles event for the first time in over a decade.
The Indian star had reached the final way back in 2010.
Here’s the full list of fixtures for day 11 of US Open 2023:
Arthur Ashe Stadium
Women’s Singles Semifinal:  Coco Gauff (USA) vs  Karolina Muchova (CZE) – 4:30AM IST (Friday)
Women’s Singles Semifinal:  Aryna Sabalenka vs  Madison Keys (USA)
Louis Armstrong Stadium
Men’s Doubles Semifinal:  Rohan Bopanna (IND)/Matthew Ebden (AUS) vs Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA)/Nicolas Mahut (FRA) – 9:30PM IST
Men’s Doubles Semifinal:  Ivan Dodig (CRO)/Austin Krajicke (USA) vs  Rajeev Ram (USA)/Joe Salisbury (GBR)
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