CoCo Vandeweghe

CoCo Vandeweghe smashes racket, then smashes it some more after crowd boo her at US Open

The American was furious with her performance

Andy Murray celebrates his win over Nick Kyrgios

US Open 2015 order of play: Andy Murray in action against Adrian Mannarino on Thursday

Scot bidding for place in third round

Serena Williams
Novak Djokovic dances with a fan after his second round win at the US Open

US Open 2015: Novak Djokovic dances for fans in New York after advancing to third round

World number one beat Austria's Andreas Haider-Maurer

Vitalia Diatchenko talks to her trainer before retiring against Serena Williams

US Open 2015: Andy Murray calls for changes to avoid Grand Slam dropouts

The first round of this year's tournament has seen a record 12 retirements

The fixed structure is in place but the roof will not be ready until next year

US Open 2015: Arthur Ashe Stadium's new roof causing a storm in Andy Murray's camp

Improved playing conditions make life easier for everyone - and reduce Britons' advantage

Nick Kyrgios pretends to fall asleep during his contest with Andy Murray

Nick Kyrgios antics continue, including 'falling asleep' in chair, but Andy Murray comes through at US Open

Murray advanced to the second round with a four-sets win

A general view of Arthur Ashe Stadium
Andy Murray after beating Nick Kyrgios

US Open 2015: Andy Murray beats Nick Kyrgios, reveals method of coping with Australian's antics

Scot says he simply laughed at his opponents actions

Johanna Konta hits a return during her victory

US Open 2015: Johanna Konta's mind games win through while Laura Robson loses her head

Mixed fortunes for Brits in first round ties

Aljaz Bedene was leading when his opponent retired

US Open 2015: Aljaz Bedene benefits from another of this year's long list of casualties

Briton's opponent Ernests Gulbis becomes ninth player to retire injured from first round

Serena Williams consoles Vitalia Diatchenko after beating her in the US Open

US Open 2015: Serena Williams vs Vitalia Diatchenko match report - 'Serena Slam' on course as rivals tumble out in the first round

Serena Williams beats Vitalia Diatchenko 6-0 2-0 (retired hurt)

Novak Djokovic celebrates his victory over Joao Souza
A general view of Arthur Ashe Stadium

US Open 2015: Order of play on Tuesday, Andy Murray vs Nick Kyrgios start time

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Kei Nishikori lost to Benoît Paire

US Open 2015: Last year's runner-up Kei Nishikori falls at the first hurdle

Nishikori faded in the closing stages here after failing to convert two match points at the end of the fourth set

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