Jack Draper’s run at the US Open is over after eighth seed Andrey Rublev proved too strong for the Briton in the fourth round on Monday.
The 21-year-old was the last of seven Brits standing in the singles at Flushing Meadows, having reached the second week of a Grand Slam for the first time.
But the British number five, ranked 123 in the world after a spate of injuries, was eventually outplayed by Rublev in a sticky encounter under the roof of Louis Armstrong Stadium, the Russian advancing 6-3 3-6 6-3 6-4.
Rublev will face Daniil Medvedev or Alex de Minaur on Wednesday for a place in the semi-finals – the pair who are last up on Louis Armstrong on Monday.
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The US Open on Sky Sports: How and where to watch
Sky welcomes tennis back to its channels, adding to the existing sports portfolio and reaffirming the broadcaster as the home of live sport in the UK & Ireland.
Sky Sports’ new mixed reality studio features multiple custom built LED screens, integrated light ‘sabres’, and an open canopy roof, making the space alive with colour and energy to reflect the vibrancy of the last Grand Slam of the year.
With integrated AR capabilities, a versatile LED floor, and a ‘fourth wall’, the viewer will be transported to the Arthur Ashe Stadium in a 360-degree immersive environment. Our tennis experts will take the viewer into the eyes of the players for expert Hawkeye analysis and insight as the tournament progresses.
The technology involved allows us to add an entire new dimension and will bring customers closer to the action.
Highlights of matches will be available across Sky Sports TV and our social media platforms.
Video highlights will also be available of the Sky Sports website and app, where there will also be a daily live text commentary on the Sky Sports website and app, as well as live scores, reports, analysis and features.
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