The 2014 US Open tennis tournament is live on Tuesday and Wednesday with live stream coverage on ESPN from TV through the WatchESPN website as the quarterfinals and Round of 16 get underway for the men and women and names like Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka, Stan Wawrinka and Tomas Berdych are still alive as the bracket schedule moves into week two of the tourney in Flushing.
The schedule for Tuesday has a number of big matches coming up and on the doubles side of things, Venus and Serena Williams are looking to move along and this comes after Venus was eliminated. Serena is playing her best tennis of the year and this comes as she is trying to defend her title and with so many upsets on the women's side, she is looking like the clear favorite for the tournament again.
Caroline Wozniacki and Sara Errani are playing in the quarters and right now Wozniacki is playing well and she is coming in after a strong hard-court season. Wozniacki also broke up with her boyfriend Rory McIlroy and so far the results have been great for both, as he has won two majors and she is looking strong at this one. Roger Federer is coming into things looking for another US Open and he will avoid playing Rafael Nadal, as he is out with a wrist injury and the top players in Djokovic and Murray have to play against each other, knocking out one of those names from the draw. Grigor Dimitrov and Gael Monfils are playing against each other and match coverage for the day on ESPN comes from Louis Armstrong and Arthur Ashe Stadium with Federer being the fourth match.
Kei Nishikori had a wild match with fifth-seeded Milos Raonic and beat him in five sets to move on and now he will face off against Stan Wawrinka after the marathon matchup. Djokovic is looking very strong and he has continued to not make many errors during his play and he has the chance to make a run at the final after winning back in 2011 and he will have a matchup with Murray now. Djokovic made it to the quarters for the 22nd straight time at a grand slam after winning over Philipp Kohlschreiber and he has the chance to keep things going.
Serena kept up her strong play at the US Open and she has made it to her first quarters at a grand slam this season after missing out early at Wimbledon as well as the French and Australian Opens. Williams is defending her title and now she has the chance to move on with a win over 11th-seeded Flavia Pennetta.