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The Questions

Will Andy Murray reach the 4th Round?

The former world number one will play singles at a Grand Slam for the first time since the 2019 Australian Open following an operation on a hip injury.

This was the scene of Andy Murray’s first-ever Grand Slam title back in 2012 – a win which propelled him to a Wimbledon championship less than a year later.

Murray himself has lowered his own expectations after battling back to the court, but who would bet against him turning back the clock at Flushing Meadows in 2020?

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Will Serena Williams reach the US Open Final?

It’s been three years since we last saw Serena Williams Grand Slam title when she defeated her sister Venus at the Australian Open.

That was her 23rd Grand Slam crown and she just needs one more to equal Margaret Court’s record of 24 titles.

A huge advantage for Willaims as she chases that record is that at least five of her top-10 opponents will not be competing in New York due to injury or Covid concerns, so she may not have a better opportunity.


Will Novak Djokovic Win the US Open?

As with Serna Williams, men’s world number one Novak Djokovic will not be facing two of his biggest rivals at Flushing Meadows with Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer both missing the first Grand Slam event of 2020.

Djokovic has enjoyed a mixed year so far, remaining unbeaten before lockdown before testing positive for Coronavirus himself back in the summer along with a number of others at his own Adria Tour competition

The Serbian has won this event three times in the past and there won’t be many people backing against him making it four.

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