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More big time tennis is on the way as the quarterfinals for the Winston-Salem Open begin Thursday, August 23 at 3pm ET.
The Winston-Salem Open is part of the Emirate Airline US Open Series and takes place on the hard outdoor tennis courts at Wake Forest University in North Carolina.
The draw for the ATP tennis event includes 48 singles players and 16 doubles teams.
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You’ll be able to watch the 2012 Winston-Salem Open live online for free from the start of the quarterfinals at 3pm ET, running up until the conclusion of the final match of the day, which starts at 11pm ET. Live streaming coverage of the 2012 Winston-Salem Open will also be available to watch online on Friday at 3pm ET as the semifinals get going.
There will be some big names competing in the Winston-Salem Open, including No. 6-ranked Joe-Wilfried Tsonga, Andy Roddick, Thomas Berdych, 22-year-old Alexandr Dolgopolov and the hard serving John Isner, who won the ATP event last year. Luckily, you can watch all of these players compete in the Winston-Salem Open quarterfinals and semifinals live online for free.
There’s a total of $553,125 in prize money up for grabs at the 2012 Winston-Salem Open, meaning this should be one of the more intense tennis events in the Emirate Airlines US Open Series. If you consider yourself a tennis fans, you’ll want to be sure to watch the 2012 Winston-Salem Open online live for free, starting on Thursday afternoon.
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