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U.S. Open men's final postponed by rain

New York -- The scheduled U.S. Open men's singles final between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic was rained out Sunday and rescheduled for Monday.

Officials said the match has been moved to 4 p.m. Monday.

"Due to the continued uncertainty of the weather forecast and to be fair to the players and not inconvenience our on-site fans any longer, we regrettably have to move the U.S. Open men's singles final and conclusion of the women's doubles final to Monday," U.S. Open officials said in a statement.

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U.S. Open to go 3-D

New York -- Panasonic, CBS Sports and the U.S. Tennis Association will produce 3-D versions of the U.S. Open on Labor Day and finals weekends, organizers say.

The USTA said Wednesday Panasonic has become an official sponsor of the U.S. Open in a new three-year contract.

A news release said working with CBS Sports, the USTA and Pansonic will spearhead the first-ever 3D broadcasts of the tournament. CBS Sports will produce 3-D versions of all the Arthur Ashe Stadium matches that it broadcasts in high definition on Labor Day weekend and on finals weekend, Sept. 10-12.

The release said the matches will be made available nationwide via DirecTV's dedicated 3-D entertainment channel, "n|3D Powered by Panasonic" (DirecTV channel 103).