US Open 2019: Rain prevents play at Flushing Meadows
There will be no further play on the outside courts at Flushing Meadows on Wednesday due to poor weather conditions.
Rain will prevent any further play on uncovered outside courts at the US Open on Wednesday, tournament organisers have confirmed.
Poor weather conditions in New York meant action had to be paused midway through the day.
Serena Williams will still take to the covered Arthur Ashe Stadium to face Caty McNally after Novak Djokovic meets Juan Ignacio Londero.
Number two seed Ashleigh Barty will also be in action against American Lauren Davis at Louis Armstrong Stadium.
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Earlier in the day, Roger Federer moved into the third round by beating Damir Dzumhur on Arthur Ashe.
As he did in the first round against Sumit Nagal, Federer dropped the first set but raised his game to come through.