The 2019 US Open quarterfinals begin today for the Men’s and Women’s Singles draws, and, with both Roger Federer and Serena Williams on the schedule, Tuesday’s (Sept. 3) play is pretty packed with star power.

Two matches in each draw will be played, with one of each happening during the day and night sessions, and fans at home will be able to catch all of the action on TV.

Since only four singles matches are going on today, and all in Arthur Ashe Stadium, there will be no need to switch between the various ESPN channels and live streams — ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ESPN+ — as they will all air on the main ESPN network.

Roger Federer advanced to the US Open quarter-finals by winning in only 79 minutes on Sunday

Keep reading to check out Tuesday’s full schedule of play for the US Open 2019 Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles matches.

Day Session:

Elina Svitolina vs. Johanna Konta

  • Estimated start time: 12 p.m. EDT
  • Head-to-head: Svitolina has four wins to Konta’s zero

Stan Wawrinka vs. Daniil Medvedev

  • Estimated start time: Immediately following the previous match
  • Head-to-head: Medvedev has one win to Wawrinka’s zero

Night Session:

Serena Williams vs. Qiang Wang

  • Estimated start time: 7 p.m. EDT
  • Head-to-head: Wang has one win to Williams’ zero

Roger Federer vs. Grigor Dimitrov

  • Estimated start time: Immediately following the previous match
  • Head-to-head: Federer has seven wins to Dimitrov’s zero.

As each of the matches in today’s US Open 2019 singles lineup features one-sided win records, will there be any major upsets? Any first-time head-to-head wins? Find out when the matches start up at 12 p.m. EDT.