US Open Tennis 2012 Schedule: Day 14 TV Coverage, Matches and Bracket Guide

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US Open Tennis 2012 Schedule: Day 14 TV Coverage, Matches and Bracket Guide
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Despite copious weather issues and delayed play, the U.S. Open is finally coming down to the end.

One men's semifinal is in the bag with Andy Murray defeating Tomas Berdych to advance to the finals. Novak Djokovic and David Ferrer had their match suspended by weather in the first set.

The women's final is set. Serena Williams will take on Victoria Azarenka in what should be an excellent match. Williams defeated Sara Errani to get there, while Azarenka sent Maria Sharapova packing.

Let's take a look at Sunday's schedule at Flushing Meadows.

 

Bracket Guide

Take a look at the men's draw and the women's draw for details regarding the tournament's final matches (via the U.S. Open's official website).

 

Sunday Schedule

*All times ET

Men's semifinal: 11 a.m. on ESPN2

Women's final: 4:30 p.m. on CBS

 

Novak Djokovic vs. David Ferrer

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Djokovic and Ferrer got underway Saturday evening before play was suspended due to—you guessed it—inclement weather.

Prior to suspension, Ferrer was leading the first set 5-2. His agility and athleticism gives him a chance to hold on to the lead, but Djoker's hard-court prowess is impossible to deny.

The weather delay actually helps Djokovic. It gives him a chance to regroup and find his stroke again.

Djokovic is the defending champion for a reason. He's an excellent all-around player and won't go down easy. Grabbing the early lead was important for Ferrer, but Djoker will be tough to hold off in the long run.

The winner will play Andy Murray in the men's final at Flushing Meadows.

 

Victoria Azarenka vs. Serena Williams

Azarenka may be the No. 1 seed, but Williams has been nothing short of incredible in the U.S. Open thus far.

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She's playing with desperation as she looks to cap off an unbelievable summer run. She hasn't lost a set in singles play yet, and she dominated Sara Errani to get to the semifinals.

Azarenka won the Australian Open earlier this year, but this is the furthest she has ever gotten at Flushing Meadows. She's developing a reputation on the hard surface, and she will test Williams more than anyone has so far.

This is going to be a good one.

Williams' comeback effort won't feel complete without the U.S. Open crown, and Azarenka knows this is her chance to establish her dominance.

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