After shower storms caused delays in play yesterday, the thousands of spectators making their way to Flushing Meadows on Tuesday will be desperate to avoid the storms and see a full day of action at the US Open.
The highest profile challenger of the week comes from the Russian city of Kazan. The Kazan Kremlin Cup, part of the Tretorn SERIE+, is in its third year, with reigning champion, Marius Copil, returning to defend his crown. However, he faces a strong field of challengers looking to take his crown.
Another Grand Slam final comes round and another match-up between Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic takes place. This is the third consecutive grand slam final meeting between the pair and their seventh tour final meeting in a calendar year, and up to this point it has very much been a year of Djokovic domination.
Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova go head to head in Melbourne in the early hours of Saturday morning for the right to be called the Australian Open champion. Sharapova has won three Grand Slams before, the last coming here in 2008.
Two of the best tennis players of all time go head to head on Thursday morning in the semi-finals of the Australian Open. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will meet for the 27th time and their first Grand Slam semi-final meeting since the 2005 French Open.