U.S. Open 2013: Schedule, TV coverage and live streaming for Day 13

Mike Stobe

How to watch the men's singles semifinals and the women's doubles final at the U.S. Open.

The end of the 2013 U.S. Open is just a couple days away. The women's final was set on Friday, as No. 1 Serena Williams played to a rematch with No. 2 Victoria Azarenka, while Saturday will see the men's semifinals play out as No. 1 Novak Djokovic takes on No. 9 Stanislas Wawrinka, and No. 2 Rafael Nadal takes on No. 8 Richard Gasquet.

Djokovic has blazed a relatively easy path to the semifinals, reaffirming his spot as the world No. 1. He's technically the favorite to win it all, though everyone is obviously eyeing the potential matchup with Nadal in the finals as his biggest opposition. Djokovic can't ignore his opponent on Saturday, however, as Wawrinka is fresh off a dominating straight set upset of No. 3 seed, and defending champ, Andy Murray.

Similarly, Nadal cannot overlook Gasquet. While he hasn't made it to a semifinal in a Grand Slam since 2007, Gasquet has been playing extremely well, and doesn't have the look of just rolling over now. Nadal should have confidence from his 20-0 hardcourt mark this year, and the fact that he's beaten Gasquet in all 10 of their meetings as professionals, but it won't exactly be a gimmie match, either.

Saturday will also feature the women's doubles final. Serena Williams and Venus Williams were eliminated on Friday, falling to No. 5 Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka, 6-4, 6-2. Those two will take on No. 8 seed Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua at Arthur Ashe Stadium following the men's semifinals.

Coverage of the matchups begin at noon ET on CBS, and will run through 6 p.m. The Djokovic vs. Wawrinka matchup will be first, followed by the Nadal vs. Gasquet match, and finishing with the women's doubles final. Streaming is available through U.S. Open Live, and U.S. Open Radio is available for those who want to listen.

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