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What to Watch: Tuesday, September 14

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Unmatched highlights out tennis legend Martina Navratilova's life both on and off the court in this candid documentary that highlights her unrivaled friendship with longtime competitor and ally Chris Evert tonight on ESPN!

Unmatched features candid interviews from out tennis icon Martina Navratilova and her longtime competitor Chris Evert.

8:00 pm Unmatched, ESPN (1 hr) NEW
Although out tennis phenom Martina Navratilova will go down in history as one of the world's best players, she was subject to rampant homophobic attitudes in her fight towards the top. Don't miss this candid documentary that spotlights the friendship between Navratilova and Chris Evert, who advocated and supported her rival's right to live and play outside of closet doors.

9:00 pm Flipping Out, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Jeff gets a taste of his own medicine when some of his clients get a little too demanding, leading him to consider paring down to focus more on quality than quantity.

Will NPH steal the show tonight on Fashion's Night Out?

10:00 pm The Rachel Zoe Project, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Rachel has some interesting competition when an impersonator shows up to shoot a web show. Will out style director Brad Goreski approve of the Zoe look-alike?

10:00 pm Fashion’s Night Out 2010, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Neil Patrick Harris fans unite! Don’t miss as one of Hollywood’s biggest out superstars hosts this annual celebration that showcases some unforgettable fashion and the biggest designers!

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