After a rainy Tuesday, play at the U.S. Open is backed up as Wednesday begins. And with the weather still an issue, it's looking more and more likely that the tournament will need to be stretched into a third week.
The biggest remaining match from Tuesday night is the fourth-round match between Andy Roddick and Juan Del Potro, which was suspended at 6-6 in the first set headed into the tiebreaker.
Roddick, the last American to win a U.S. Open title, is set to retire after this year's tournament. His announcement may have given him some extra life, as he's played some of his best tennis in years over the last week.
Del Potro, meanwhile, is the last non Big Three player to win a major. If he can survive Roddick's home crowd advantage, he could be a huge spoiler going forward.
Later in the day, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Serena Williams are all set to play as the U.S. Open enters the home stretch. That is, if weather permits.
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