Novak Djokovic vs. Marin Cilic: US Open Tennis 2015 semifinal TV schedule, start time, how to watch live
Now as the US Open seems to be approaching its last two matches that will make it clear as to who plays the final match, the excitement seems to be on its zenith. As far as menâ€™s tennis is concerned, it has seen the best of the game and we are set to witness stiffer competition in the coming days.
There is no denying the fact that the top of the line players have impressed their fans. Be it Roger Federer or for that matter Novak Djokovic, they have played superb tennis till now and their fans are very convinced that their favorite players are going to win the tournament.
Nonetheless these are not the only players of significance who have reached the semifinal stage. The defending U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic seems to be in his elements. He has impressed both his fans and detractors and now people are saying that he is there for a long haul. Stan Wawrinka is another player who seems to have won many more fans that previously thought.
There is no denying the fact that the top tennis player in the world at the moment Novak Djokovic was able to cross the first three rounds without even dropping a single set. Nonetheless the Serb is not without his own weaknesses and of late he’s shown some signs of vulnerability over his past two outings.
During the game of the round of 16 Roberto Bautista Agut amazed many people when he was able to win a set from Djokovic. If that was not enough, Feliciano Lopez followed that up by using serve-and-volley tactics to stretch the Serbian to five sets Tuesday night. Though Novak finally won the match, but chinks in his armor were more than clear to whoever wanted to see them.
After winning the quarterfinal, the Serb said, â€œSemifinals of a Grand Slam is a great achievementâ€¦Hopefully, I can keep on going.â€
2015 U.S. Open Men’s Semifinal Schedule Date Matchup Time TV Live Stream
Friday, Sept. 11 Novak Djokovic vs. Marin Cilic Coverage Starts at 3 p.m. ET ESPN WatchESPN
Friday, Sept. 11 Roger Federer vs. Stan Wawrinka Coverage Starts at 3 p.m. ET ESPN WatchESPN