U.S. Open 2013: Schedule, TV coverage and live streaming for Day 11

Clive Brunskill

The last men's quarterfinal matches, featuring Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, highlight Thursday's schedule.

Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are each one match away from a meeting in the U.S. Open semifinals, but first, they have to play quarterfinal matches Thursday.

Starting the day at Arthur Ashe stadium will be men's doubles featuring Bob and Mike Bryan, bidding for a calendar year Grand Slam and a fifth-straight major title against the No. 4 team of Radek Stepanek and Leander Paes.

Following that match, defending champ Andy Murray will face off with No. 9 Stanislas Wawrinka, who played one of the finest matches of his career in the fourth round in taking down No. 5 Tomas Berdych. Murray dropped a set to unseeded Denis Istomin in his previous match, but he should be ready for the challenge; in fact, this should be one of the most entertaining matches of the tournament so far.

In the night session, following an exhibition between Chris Evert/Monica Seles and Jason Biggs/Rainn Wilson -- yes, seriously -- top-seeded Novak Djokovic faces No. 21 Mikhail Youzhny, who spoiled Lleyton Hewitt's splendid run in his last match. Djokovic plowed through Marcel Granollers in the fourth round, losing just three games, all in the first set. He hasn't dropped a set yet at the Open, and it's hard to see Youzhny, with whom Djokovic is very familiar, taking down the world's No. 1 player.

Thursday's matches can be streamed live at U.S. Open Live and on Watch ESPN.

The full TV schedule, which includes both ESPN2 and The Tennis Channel, can be found here.

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