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Posting from a tennis blog from the NYTimes called Straight Sets:Women’s Semifinals to Play on Adjacent Stadiums … Maybe
By LYNN ZINSER AND LIZ ROBBINS
UPDATED, 8:05 p.m: The halls are alive with the sound of pacing. Kim Clijsters, dressed in her warmup suit, carried a collection of wrapped rackets as she poked her head out the door to check the soggy court conditions in Arthur Ashe Stadium 30 minutes ago.
“Can they make it stop raining?” she said with a resigned smile to the security guards. Despite the dismal day turned to night, Clijsters still seemed to be in good spirits as she retreated to the locker room, awaiting her semifinal with Serena Williams that had been scheduled to begin at 8 p.m.
Officials with the United States Tennis Association, also walking briskly in the hallways, insisted they were still optimistic the rain would stop. And by 8 p.m., the drying crews returned to Ashe Stadium and Louis Armstrong Stadium.
Two 19-year-olds, Caroline Wozniacki and Yanina Wickmayer, will play in Armstrong, the secondary stadium, when the weather permits. Their match was supposed to start at 3 p.m.
What was supposed to be “Super Saturday” has turned to “Soggy Saturday” and will turn into “Super Sunday,” with a whole slate of matches scheduled (or rescheduled). Roger Federer, the world’s No.1, will play the second men’s semifinal on Sunday, against No. 4 Novak Djokovic, taking the spot that was originally scheduled to be the men’s final before rain ravaged the lineup. CBS announced it would televise the match starting at 4:30 p.m.
The semifinal between Rafael Nadal and Juan Martin del Potro will take place at noon on Arthur Ashe Stadium. It will be broadcast on ESPN2.The women’s final — provided the semifinals are completed on Saturday night — is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. and will be broadcast on ESPN2.http://straightsets.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/09/12/open-officials-optimistic-for-more-play-saturday/