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How To Watch The US Open Final: Fernandez V Raducanu Info And Start Time

How To Watch The US Open Final: Fernandez V Raducanu Info And Start Time

One of the most unpredictable US Open's comes to a close on Saturday evening as Leylah Fernandez and Emma Raducanu do battle for the US Open Women's Crown. The match has generated huge interest, and here's everything you need to know about today's big tennis match, including how to watch the US Open final

Both are teenagers and come into the contest in fine form, with the two impressing on their way to the final. Here is all you need to know ahead of tonight's clash and all the info you need for Fernandez v Raducanu in the US Open Women's Final.

Where is Fernandez v Raducanu taking place in the US Open Women's Final?

The US Open Women's Final will take place at the Arthur Ashe Stadium, in New York.

How to watch Fernandez v Raducanu in the US Open Women's Final

The US Open Women's Final between Fernandez v Raducanu will be aired on Channel 4 this evening. Their broadcast will begin at 8pm.

What time is Fernandez v Raducanu in the US Open Women's Final?

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The US Open Women's Final between Fernandez v Raducanu will start at 9pm Irish time this evening.

What can we expect?

Emma Raducanu will be hoping that she can complete a fairytale US Open campaign in the grand manner when she takes on Leylah Fernandez in the New York decider.

The British teenager has enjoyed a remarkable rise in recent times, and was ranked 179th in the world after Wimbledon in July.

She was even forced to withdraw from Wimbledon citing breathing problems. Should she win this evening, she would rise to 23rd in the world. If not, she would still rise to 32nd in the world.

Leylah Fernandez herself is also a surprise US Open finallist after knocking out second-seed Aryna Sabalenka in the semi-final stage.

Coming into the US Open, the Canadian teenager was ranked 73rd in the world rankings. Like Raducanu she can expect to rise quite substantially in the world rankings regardless of winning or not.

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