|Venue: Flushing Meadows, New York Events: 29 Aug-11 Aug September|
|Cover: Daily radio commentary via BBC Sounds and the BBC Sport website and app, with selected live text commentary and match reports on the website and app|
Britain’s Andy Murray demonstrated his bravery and cunning to frustrate Argentina’s 24th seed Francisco Cerundolo and start the 10th anniversary of his US Open victory with a first-round victory.
Murray, 35, eventually won a close first set and then raced forward in the second as Cerundolo grew desperate.
The former world number one, who won the first of his three major titles in New York, went 7-5 6-3 6-3.
The Scot next plays against Australian John Millman or American Emilio Nava.
“For me it felt like five sets, it was tricky conditions, very muggy and hot,” said Murray.
“But I’m happy with how I got through it. He’s had a brilliant year, I knew I had to play well and I did that in the important moments.”
One of seven British players to compete in the US Open singles, Murray finished first to the second round after the opening match at Louis Armstrong Stadium, the second show court at Flushing Meadows.
Former British number one Kyle Edmund also plays on Monday as he continues his comeback from a serious knee injury, while Jack Draper, 20 – on his Major debut overseas – and Harriet Dart will also try to join Murray to continue to win day one.
Emma Raducanu begins her title defense on Tuesday, with Cameron Norrie and seventh-placed Dan Evans also playing on day two.