WATCH—At the US Open, Alexander Zverev will have Ivan Lendl in his corner:
The 2018 US Open draws were revealed on Thursday in Manhattan. Here are the first-round matches you'll be seeing in Queens on Monday and Tuesday:
Venus vs. Serena in the third round, with the winner possibly getting Halep. Hey now.— TENNIS.com (@Tennis) August 23, 2018
Sloane Stephens (3) quarter. She's in Halep's half. Sloane could face wild card Azarenka in the third round. pic.twitter.com/Lj9Gbz2v1e— TENNIS.com (@Tennis) August 23, 2018
Angelique Kerber's quarter of the draw (in Woznaicki's half). Caroline Garcia vs. Johanna Konta in first round. Townsend vs. Anisimova, too. Keys and Vandeweghe, a finalist and semifinalist last year, could meet in third round. Petkovic vs. Ostapenko fun. pic.twitter.com/HC8gROeA0T— TENNIS.com (@Tennis) August 23, 2018
With this draw, the possibility of a Nadal-Federer final exists. They've never played each other at the #USOpen— TENNIS.com (@Tennis) August 23, 2018
 Juan Martin del Potro quarter. Unseeded Andy Murray could face Delpo in the third round. Best #USOpen first-rounder? That's easy: Stan Wawrinka vs. Grigor Dimitrov. Isner, Tsitsipas, Coric and Raonic in what is a very stacked quarter of the draw: pic.twitter.com/xClEov87JX— TENNIS.com (@Tennis) August 23, 2018
 Alexander Zverev quarter. Cilic, Goffin, Nishikori in this section. pic.twitter.com/LdAriajn2I— TENNIS.com (@Tennis) August 23, 2018
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