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  1. Sharapova beats Babos 6-7 (4-7) 6-4 6-1
  2. Norrie (GB) v Carreno Busta (Spa)
  3. Edmund (GB) taking on Johnson (US) (00:30 approx)
  4. GB's Bedene beaten 6-1 6-4 6-4 by Rublev
  5. Injured Kyrgios knocked out by Millman
  6. Svitolina, Kuznetsova, Dimitrov, Thiem, Del Potro, Berdych & Monfils all through

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By Amy Lofthouse and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Tomorrow's action

    Roger Federer

    There we will leave it. But not without some parish notices.

    Keep it locked to the BBC Sport tennis pages for reports on the two-pronged early-morning British challenge from Cameron Norrie and Kyle Edmund.

    And we will return tomorrow with live text and radio commentary on world number one Karolina Pliskova's meeting with American Nicole Gibbs and then old smoothie Roger Federer's match against the ever-combustible Mikhail Youzhny.

  2. Zverev a set to the good

    Alez Zverev

    Fourth seed Alexander Zverev and his natty clothing have just won the first set against Borna Coric on the Grandstand Court.

    The German, 20, took it 6-3 and it's on serve in the early stages of the second set.

  3. Day three results so far

    Eugenie Bouchard and Evgeniya Rodina

    So who is joining Maria Sharapova in the winners' enclosure on day three on the US Open?

    Evgeniya Rodina is into the second round, after the Russian beat Canada's Eugenie Bouchard 7-6 (7-2) 6-1, but there is no room for Nick Kyrgios after the Australian loose cannon was ousted by compatriot John Millman.

    British number three Aljaz Bedene did not make the second round grade either, losing 6-1 6-4 6-4 to Russian teenager Andrey Rublev in the US Open first round in New York.

    But Grigor Dimitrov, Dominic Thiem, Elina Svitolina, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Coco Vandeweghe all safely negotiated their day's work.

  4. Brit watch

    Pablo Carreno Busta isn't wasting much time.

    He's broken Cameron Norrie at the first ask and consolidated it with a hold. It's currently 3-2 in the Spaniard's favour.

    Kyle Edmund is the final Brit in action today, but he's being made to wait for his appearance on Louis Armstrong Stadium.

    John Isner is currently occupying the court - he has a 6-3 6-4 3-3 lead over Korea's Hyeon Chung.

  5. Big in America

    Babos 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 1-6 Sharapova

    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent at Flushing Meadows

    Not everybody is a Maria Sharapova fan in this part of the world. I was speaking to a gentleman on the bus who didn't feel she should be here, but I would say he's in a minority among the Americans. She's very popular here.

  6. Good news for all Dustin fans

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  7. 'I felt like it was a scrappy match'

    Maria Sharapova

    Maria Sharapova, speaking after her 6-7 (4-7) 6-3 6-1 win: "It was tough to control the emotions yesterday. As much as you want to be happy about Monday, you want to move on really fast. Finding that balance is really hard.

    "Today I knew I wanted to get it done and I did. I felt like it was a scrappy match but sometime those days are the best because you get through and give yourself another chance.

    "In the second set I felt like I was physically fresh. That gave me a lot of confidence. I just wanted to be the fittest player out there in the end, and I was."

  8. Game, set and match Sharapova

    Babos 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 1-6 *Sharapova

    Maria Sharapova's poker face crumbles to delight once again on Arthur Ashe.

    This was not a pedigree performance - certainly not in the first set - but there has always been more than a bit of of mongrel to Sharapova's successes.

    Maria Sharapova
  9. Sharapova holds

    *Babos 7-6 (7-4) 3-6 1-5 Sharapova

    Maria Sharapova is cantering for home now, a hold to 15 in double-quick time.

    Maria Sharapova
  10. Post update

    Norrie v Carreno Busta

    Brit watch now, and Cameron Norrie has just headed out on court six to face Pablo Carreno Busta.

    The 22-year-old came through qualifying and registered his first Grand Slam win on Monday when he beat Dmitry Tursunov.

    Norrie, ranked 225th in the world, will double his career prize money should he win today.

    However, he has a tough task on his hands, in the form of 12th seed Carreno Busta.

  11. Sharapova breaks

    Babos 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 1-4 *Sharapova

    Timea Babos' legs are starting to go. As is her head.

    The Hungarian grunts with effort as Maria Sharapova forces her deep and wide into corners that she just can't reach.

    As her serve is stolen once again via a limp drop-shot into the net, Babos shrugs up her coaching staff in apparent surrender.

    Timea Babos
  12. Sharapova holds

    *Babos 7-6 (7-4) 3-6 1-3 Sharapova

    Maria Sharapova is flinging her racquet arm through the ball with gleeful abandon.

    A searing forehand whistles to the backboards as a winner and Timea Babos is struggling to keep this final set competitive, never mind in the balance.

    Maria Sharapova
  13. The Fed hits Central Park

    Well, look who's swerved Flushing Meadows today for practice in Central Park...

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  14. Babos holds

    Babos 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 1-2 *Sharapova

    Timea Babos makes the scoreboard operator stretch over to her side of the scoreline, but she is fighting a rearguard action with Maria Sharapova already a break up in the decider.

    She needs a meltdown from the Russian ice queen. And that is not a good place to be,

  15. Sharapova holds

    *Babos 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 0-2 Sharapova

    Maria Sharapova is striking the ball as cleanly as she has all match.

    One magnificent cross-court forehand shaves the fray off the net wire and dips in with Timea Babos just a spectator with the rest of Arthur Ashe.

    Maria Sharapova
  16. Long night ahead

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport at Flushing Meadows

    New York

    It's already felt like a packed Grand Slam day but as we head into a balmy New York evening there are still more than 20 singles matches yet to start. They include Briton Cameron Norrie, who own about to start against Pablo Carreno Busta, and Kyle Edmund, who looks to have well over an hour's wait ahead of him. And with the likes of Caroline Wozniacki and Petra Kvitova also yet to start, he's probably not first in the queue should another court become available.

  17. Tomorrow's schedule

    It'll be Elina Svitolina to get play kick-started on Arthur Ashe tomorrow, as she takes on Evgeniya Rodina.

    They'll be followed by number one Karolina Pliskova, who plays home favourite Nicole Gibbs, before Roger Federer takes centre stage against Mikhail Youzhny.

    Coco Vandeweghe will open the night session against Ons Jabeur before top dog Rafael Nadal takes on Japan's Taro Daniel.

  18. Sharapova breaks

    Babos 7-6 (7-4) 0-1 *Sharapova

    Maria Sharapova is stalking around Arthur Ashe court like it is her front room back in Florida.

    Timea Babos' serve is raided like a hotel mini-bar on a stag do and her odds are floating the wrong way fast.

  19. Post update

    Jeff Tarango

    Former professional tennis player on 5 live sports extra at Flushing Meadows

    Just because Maria's going three, don't count her out...

  20. Game and second set Sharapova

    *Babos 7-6 (7-4) 3-6 Sharapova

    Well, that was emphatic.

    Two aces from Maria Sharapova as she whisks the game from under the feet of Timea Babos to love.

    Maria Sharapova