The US Open has been moved to New York for the second time in a month, meaning tennis fans are going to have to wait until Tuesday for the opening match between the US men’s singles team and the UK men’s doubles team.
The US Open doubles event will take place on Tuesday at 9.45am local time (12.45pm BST) and will be streamed live on the US Tennis Channel.
The pairings for Tuesday’s US Open men’s final will be:Rutgers, 21-year-old Ryan McEachern, 19-year, Andrew Jankowski, 19, Matt Riddle, 20, Sam Oates, 19The pairages will then face off in the doubles final, with the two seeded men playing for the title.
The last time the US doubles event was held in New York was in May 2016, with US players winning two titles.
McEachen is a two-time US Open champion and is one of the top young players in the world, having won two of the last three US Open titles.
The Rutgers junior is one-year younger than McEamphen, who was born in Australia, and is the younger brother of Australian No. 3 Andy McEahern.
McDonald is a six-time major champion and two-times US Open singles champion, having reached the final at two of those occasions.
McElhinney, a 17-year old from New Jersey, is the current top seed in the men’s draw.
McEnroe, 19 of the US, will have his first top-eight finish at the USPTA tournament.
The 19-time world No. 1 is ranked No. 9 in the PTA rankings, but is currently ranked outside the top 20.
McElligott, 19 years old from Connecticut, is currently in a race to qualify for the U.S. Open doubles tournament, but he will have to do so with a lower ranking than his opponent.
McDonough, 19 from Ohio, has a history of success at the tournament, having finished second at the 2014 US Open and third in 2014 and 2015.
He has also played in the ATP World Tour, where he finished second in 2015, with a record of 6-4 in the first round.
McDermid, 21, of Pennsylvania, is a three-time U.K. Open singles world champion.
He was seeded No. 14 at the last U.N. women’s event, in June, but was knocked out in the second round of the semifinals by Eugenie Bouchard.
He is the son of former world No 1 Serena, and has been in the top 10 of the U, U.C.A., and WTA rankings since being drafted by England’s women’s team in 2012.
McInnes, 21 of New Jersey is the top seed on the men and will play the top four seeds.
The New Jersey native has won eight major titles, including three major doubles titles, as well as a U.A.E. title.