Following his Thursday retirement announcement, Andy Roddick will be the biggest draw at the U.S. Open for as long as his run lasts. The No. 20-ranked Roddick can continue into the third round with a win over Bernard Tomic of Australia Fridaty night. Roddick and Tomic are scheduled to start at 6:00 CT on Arthur Ashe Court.
Elsewhere in the men's draw Friday, second-ranked Novak Djokovic will face Brazilian Rogerio Dutra Silva at approximately 12:00 CT Friday. No. 7 Juan Martin del Potro draws unranked American Ryan Harrison, also at about noon. Ninth-ranked American John Isner follows del Potro on Louis Armstrong Stadium Court, taking on Jarkko Nieminen.
The better matchups Friday come from the women's draw, where No. 7 Samantha Stosur faces No. 31 Varvara Lepchenko Friday morning at 10:00 CT. Top-ranked Victoria Azarenka will play No. 28 Jie Zheng in Friday's late match. Maria Sharapova, the third-ranked player in the tournament, takes on American youngster Mallory Burdette, set to begin following the Djokovic-Silva match.
Elsewhere, the Williams sisters play Klaudia Jans-Ignacik and Kristina Mladenovic, the No. 15 women's doubles team in the Open. The match is scheduled to start at 3:00.
The full schedule is available from the U.S. Open website here. Television coverage will be on ESPN2.
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