The U.S. Open night session traditionally starts at 7 pm in New York with a woman's match, which is followed by a best-of-five-set men's match. To be short: this has to change.
First option would be to shorten the so-called night session to one man's match, starting at 8 pm. It's good for tennis, good for the audience who has more time to get to Flushing and good for TV.
Some people may argue that eliminating the woman's match from the program is not a good idea.
Then, second option: start the evening with the man's match and close it with the woman's match.
The way it is now makes me feel like the woman's match is an opening act that no one really cares about and that lasts too long. And don't tell me that the second match would be played in front of an empty stadium. Equal prize money tells me that women's tennis is at least as popular as men's tennis.