What time is Coco Gauff vs Naomi Osaka in San Jose, and Reilly Opelka vs Nick Kyrgios in DC?

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Coco Gauff and Naomi Osaka post match Credit: PA Images
Coco Gauff and Naomi Osaka post match Credit: PA Images

There are a couple of high-profile clashes on the tennis agenda on Thursday with Coco Gauff vs Naomi Osaka at the Silicon Valley Classic probably the biggest of the lot.

There are currently two ATP and two WTA tournaments on the go with the Citi Open in Washington DC doubling as a men’s and women’s event with Mexico hosting the ATP 250 Los Cabos Open and San Jose staging the WTA 500 Silicon Valley Classic.

Gauff and Osaka claimed contrasting wins on Tuesday to set up their mouthwatering third-round clash in California with the former losing only one game against Anhelina Kalinina and four-time Grand Slam winner No 1 Osaka needing three sets to defeat Zheng Qinwhen.

It will be the fourth installment of their rivalry with Osaka leading the head-to-head 2-1 after winning their last outing at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati last year.

What time are the big matches at San Jose?

Caroline Dolehide vs (4) Aryna Sabalenka – 20:30 BST
(1) Maria Sakkari vs Shelby Rogers – 22:00 BST
(6) Coco Gauff vs Naomi Osaka – not before 0:00 BST

Over in the men’s draw in Washington DC, top seed Andrey Rublev will lead the way as he takes on Maxime Cressy for a place in the quarter-final while Nick Kyrgios will look to continue his good form when he faces fourth seed Reilly Opelka.

British No 2 Dan Evans will also be back in action following his win over Kyle Edmund as he takes on third-seeded American Taylor Fritz.

In the women’s draw, second seed Emma Raducanu faces Camila Osorio from Colombia in the round of 16.

What time are the big matches at San Jose?

(2) Emma Raducanu vs Camila Osorio – 18:30 BST
(3) Taylor Fritz vs Dan Evans – 18:30 BST
Nick Kyrgios vs (4) Reilly Opelka – 21:00 BST
(1) Andrey Rublev vs (14) Maxime Cressy – 0:00 BST

Over in Mexico, top seed Daniil Medvedev and defending champion Cameron Norrie will also return to action on Thursday evening local time and Friday morning UK time.

Medvedev takes on Ricardes Berankis for a place in the semi-final while Norrie is up against Radu Albot.

What time are the big matches at Los Cabos?

(1) Daniil Medvedev vs Ricardes Berankis – 01:30 BST
Steve Johnson vs (2) Felix Auger-Aliassime – 03:00 BST
Radu Albot vs (3) Cameron Norrie – 04:00 BST

How to watch the Silicon Valley Classic, Citi Open and Los Cabos Open

All three events are being screened by over the top streaming service Amazon Prime Video this week for those in the United Kingdom

Tennis Channel and Tennis Channel Plus are the go-to stations in the United Kingdom with the Citi Open also available on T2 and select Bally Sports Regional Networks.

Those in Australia can watch on Bein Sports while all ATP tournaments are available on the ATP’s Tennis TV.

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