US Open LIVE: Latest updates as Andy Murray meets Emilio Nava in second round

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Andy Murray is at the US Open today as he takes on Emilio Nava in the second round at Arthur Ashe Stadium. The former champion is aiming to reach the third round of a Grand Slam for the second time since 2018.

The 2012 US Open winner got off to a great start in New York thanks to a straight-set win over Francisco Cerundolo on Monday, which was his first straight-set win at a Grand Slam since 2017. Now he meets 20-year-old American Nava, who is ranked No. 200 by career worldwide.

The 35-year-old Briton was plagued by muscle cramps that came in the final Grand Slams of the season but his performance against 24th seeded Cerundolo of the tournament and the straight-set win he scored will also boost his chances and confidence .

Victory for Murray will also boost British interest in the tournament after Emma Raducanu failed to defend her title by losing to France’s Alizé Cornet 3-6, 6-3 in the first round of the women’s competition.

Follow all the action of the US Open second round as Andy Murray takes on Emilio Nava:


Emma Raducanu falls at the first hurdle while defending her title at the US Open

Emma Raducanu’s US Open title defense ended at the first hurdle with a straight-set loss to veteran France’s Alize Cornet.

It was a far cry from what happened 12 months ago when the 19-year-old made too many mistakes and suffered a 6-3-6-3 loss on a windy night in New York.

Raducanu will drop to around 80 in the rankings but while she certainly wanted to go further, she might be relieved that moment is over and she can try to lay firmer foundations for her tennis career.


Andy Murray practiced with Emilio Nava

A decade after his US Open win at Flushing Meadows, Andy Murray will target the US Open’s last 32 for the first time since 2016 when he takes on American wild card Emilio Nava in the second round.

“I actually batted with him a few days ago so it was good to get on court with him,” revealed the three-time Major winner.

“Because otherwise I saw a bit of his match [defeating John Millman in five sets]but actually being on the court with someone and feeling their punches is helpful when you don’t know much about them.”

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Andy Murray vs Emilio Nava

Which TV channel will broadcast the US Open in the UK?

The US Open will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime in the UK, with all matches from the tournament available to stream on Prime Video, available on smart TVs and the Prime Video app, as well as online.

The match is scheduled to start at 12:00 p.m. ET (5:00 p.m. BST).


Andy Murray vs Emilio Nava

Welcome to that of the independent Covering the second round of the US Open as Britain’s Andy Murray takes on American youngster Emilio Nava.

Murray is hoping to reach the third round of a Gram Slam for the second time since 2018 but will draw plenty of confidence from his straight-set win over Francisco Cerúndolo in his first match. He found a good rhythm to defeat the Argentine 7-5 6-3 6-3 and he’s hoping to repeat that performance tonight.

Standing in his way is 20-year-old Nava, who made his Grand Slam debut at the event last year after earning a wildcard for the singles peloton. He then lost in the first round to Lorenzo Musetti but defeated John Millman 7-6 (9-7) 4-6 7-6 (7-4) 1-6 6-1 in five sets to defeat to reach the second place round of the 2022 edition.

Nava is ranked No. 200 in the world and it would be a big surprise if he beat Murray today. Still, stranger things have happened. US Open LIVE: Latest updates as Andy Murray meets Emilio Nava in second round

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