Wednesday’s action of the Fayez Sarofim & Co. U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship at River Oaks Country Club will feature six Americans competing in singles and four all-American doubles duos competing for a spot in the quarterfinals.
Play begins at 12 noon on Wednesday and the night session starts at 6 p.m. The Stadium Court matches will be available to watch on ESPN3. Click here for the online links and the rest of the TV schedule.
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American Reilly Opelka, the No. 3 seed, headlines the night session on Wednesday as he takes on Dallas resident Mitchell Krueger not before 6 p.m. Opelka, who won his third career title in Dallas and reached the final in Delray Beach in February, has won nine of his last 12 matches in the United States. He is also on a four-match win streak in Texas.
Doubles begins at 1 p.m., with Australian Open doubles finalists Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell facing 2012 doubles champion Sam Querrey and partner Steve Johnson in the second match on Court 3. Wild card duo Nick Kyrgios, the reigning Australian Open doubles champion, and three-time Major doubles champion Jack Sock take on Andre Goransson and Nathaniel Lammons in the third match on Court 3.
Lucky Loser Michael Mmoh, who replaced No. 1 seed Casper Ruud after he withdrew due to a wisdom tooth issue, begins Wednesday’s singles play by facing Querrey not before 2 p.m. Querrey, a two-time finalist, seeks his sixth quarterfinals appearance in his last seven trips at River Oaks.
Kyrgios seeks his second River Oaks quarterfinals when he takes on No. 7 seed Tommy Paul in the second match on Stadium Court. Paul is looking for his fifth quarterfinals of the 2022 season.
Houston-born Gijs Brouwer, who is representing the Netherlands, looks to continue his run in his first career ATP Tour event against former Ohio State All-American J.J. Wolf. Wolf is seeking his first career quarterfinals on the ATP Tour.