2023 US Open results from Day 3 at Flushing Meadows. There were several American players that advanced and a few that fell.

The day of action at the 2023 US Open is over. The stadiums and courts featured second-round matches in both the men’s and women’s singles draws. Here’s a summary of how the American players did on the day.

2023 US Open Results: Coco Gaugg advanced

One American who advanced was Coco Gauff. The sixth seed in the women’s draw is into the third round following a 6-3, 6-2 victory over Mirra Andreeva. Another American woman who advanced was Jennifer Brady. A 2020 US Open semifinalist, Brady is trying to get her career going again. She is into the third round as the World No. 433, meaning she will be jumping a lot in the rankings even if she does no better at this year’s event. Taylor Townsend and Bernarda Pera also advanced while Laura Davis went out. Furthermore, Danielle Collins lost a three-set affair to Elise Mertens of Belgium.

Flushing Meadows 2023 Day 3: Men’s Singles

On the men’s side of the tournament, Frances Tiafoe and Tommy Paul enjoyed victories. Tiafoe’s win was routine but Paul had to come back from a two-sets-to-love deficit. Ben Shelton also advanced in the men’s draw as Dominic Thiem retired in their second-round match. Taylor Fritz also advanced in what was a good day for men’s singles for the Americans. Unfortunately, Mackenzie McDonald went out of the tournament in what was one of the only losses for an American player on Wednesday in Flushing Meadows.

Day 4 Preview: US Open 2023

Looking ahead to Thursday, Madison Keys will be in Arthur Ashe Stadium against Yanina Wickmayer. Jessica Pegula is scheduled to play in the night gap for the same stadium against Patricia Maria Tig. Another match that will have the attention of American tennis fans will feature John Isner against Michael Mmoh. Isner has announced that he will retire when his Flushing Meadows draw is complete.

For betting favorites, Taylor Fritz is currently 22 to 1 to win the tournament with bet365. He is the heaviest favorite of the American men. In the women’s draw, Coco Gauff is the third favorite at 5 to 1 to win the event. Jessica Pegula is also among the favorites at 15 to 1.