U.S. Open 2012: Schedule, TV Coverage, Streaming And More

2012 U.S. Open action continues on Wednesday as the men wrap up the first round and the women open up the second round. On the men's side, a few of the top seeds will be in action. Ninth seeded American John Isner will take on Xavier Malisse while fourth seeded Kevin Ferrer will battle unseeded Kevin Anderson. Andy Murray, Juan Martin del Potro and Janko Tipsarevic will also take the court in New York.

On the women's side, top seeded Victoria Azarenka will take on Kirsten Flipkens in Arthur Ashe Stadium. She'll be followed on that court later in the day by third seeded Maria Sharapova, who is matched up against Lourdes Dominguez Lino. Defending U.S. Open champ Samantha Stosur will face Edina Gallovis, while No. 23 seeded Kim Clijsters will take on Laura Robson.

Coverage will begin at 11 a.m. ET on the Tennis Channel, with ESPN2 supplementing coverage starting at 1 p.m. The Tennis Channel's coverage stops at 7 p.m., while ESPN2's last until 11 p.m. Live streams of all matches will be available at U.S. Open Live.

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