MURRAY and DJOKOVIC
Defending champion Novak Djokovic reached his fourth US Open final and set up a showdown with Britain's Andy Murray after a comfortable victory over David Ferrer in the New York sunshine.
Djokovic beat Spain's Ferrer 2-6 6-1 6-4 6-2 in two hours and 32 minutes, reports the BBC.
The second seed returned for the resumption of Saturday's suspended match a rejuvenated man, overpowering the fourth seed from the baseline.
He will play Murray in Monday's rescheduled final at 21:00 BST.
The Serb, bidding for a sixth major title, has beaten the man hoping to become the first male British Grand Slam champion since Fred Perry in 1936 in eight of their previous 14 matches.
While the British number one was enjoying a day's rest ahead of the delayed final, Djokovic was back on Arthur Ashe Stadium to re-start a match which was suspended on Saturday night after New York City police had issued a severe weather warning.
Ferrer was in control before play was halted, but the Spaniard was unable to replicate the form which saw him romp to a 5-1 first-set lead in blustery conditions against an out of sorts Djokovic.
The 25-year-old Serbian looked far more comfortable playing under cloudless blue skies, hitting sublime winners and dominating an opponent who was far from his usual warrior-like self.
"It's definitely a huge relief to get through this match," said Djokovic, who is hoping to become the first man to retain the US Open title since Roger Federer in 2008.
"David is a great competitor and I have huge respect for him - he's one of the fittest players on the tour, never gives up and it was a pleasure to play against him.
"I love playing here. I love the energy, love crowd. The crowd interacts with the points, the players and the matches."