James Blake will enter the Grandstand court sometime after 5 PM ET to try and give the fans another show at the US Open.
The J-Block will be in full force, cheering on the Harvard graduate as he looks to pull off a huge upset at his favorite tournament. His opponent, David Ferrer, is No. 5 in the world and playing the best tennis of his life this season, reaching a Grand Slam semifinal in Australia.
For the second time in his career, Blake used the Challenger tour to regain his confidence. Blake never deserted his flat, hard strokes and early ball-striking, which have received tons of flak from followers of the game.
Blake plays one brand of tennis, and if he's not succeeding, then he will lose. He's 2-0 against Ferrer, even dealing a loss to the Spaniard, 6-1, 6-4, in 2010.
I'm pulling for Blake here, but I know it's a long shot.
I'll leave you with three words: Watch this match.