Nicolás Jarry vs. Álex de Miñaur LIVE will play this Saturday, September 2nd, for the third round of the US Open 2023. The Chilean tennis player, currently number 25 in the ATP world rankings, will face a strong Australian rival who is among the top 15 and promises to give him his biggest challenge yet at the Grand Slam, which will take place at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center in New York (USA). Who will get the coveted place in the round of 16? La República Deportes brings you all the events of this FREE ONLINE game via Star Plus.
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What time does Nicolás Jarry vs. Álex de Minaur play for the US Open 2023?
The meeting of Nicolás Jarry vs. Álex de Minaur The 2023 US Open will be played this Saturday, September 2nd at the following times depending on where you are:
- Chile, New YorkBolivia, Paraguay, Venezuela: 5 p.m
- Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil: 6 p.m
- Peru, Colombia, Ecuador: 4 p.m
- Mexico (center), El Salvador: 3 p.m
- Spain (peninsula): 11 p.m
Nicolás Jarry came through with a 3-1 win against Álex Michelsen. Photo: AFP
Where to watch Nicolás Jarry vs. Álex de Minaur LIVE at the US Open 2023?
The third round match of the US Open 2023 between Nicolás Jarry vs. Álex de Minaur It is broadcast on the ESPN 2 and Star Plus signals for Chile and throughout Latin America and on Deportes on Movistar + for Spain. You can also follow all incidents of this engagement ONLINE FREE OF CHARGE through La República Deportes.
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Who is Álex de Minaur, rival of Nicolás Jarry?
Alex de Minaur He is a 24-year-old Australian-Spanish tennis player who is currently ranked 13th in the ATP world rankings and even reached 12th place in mid-August. He has won seven titles in his career, the last being the ATP 500 in Acapulco.
Álex de Minaur has a 7-3 record in Grand Slams this year. Photo: AFP
This year, Álex de Minaur reached the round of 16 of the Australian Open, where he lost to Novak Djokovic. His Grand Slam record this season is 7 wins and 3 losses. He is right-handed and masters the two-handed backhand.