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US Open: Novak Djokovic subdues fiery Swiss, Stanislas Wawrinka, after titanic, see-saw battle

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US Open: Andy Murray crashes out as Swiss No 2 Stanislas Wawrinka comes of age

There was a time when Andy Murray had to get used to his Grand Slam dreams being dashed by Swiss opposition, but tonight it was Stanislas Wawrinka rather than Roger Federer who ended the Scot’s defence of his US Open title. The Swiss No 2, who has long lived in the shadow of his compatriot, finished Murray’s run here with a crushing 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 victory in a depressingly one-sided quarter-final.

US Open 2013: Stanislas Wawrinka issues warning to Andy Murray ahead of quarter-final

The Swiss claims to be in the form of his life

The actor Ben Stiller guest-stars on Andy Murray's coaching team

US Open 2013: Mother knows best for both Andy Murray and fourth-round rival Klaudiya Istomin

Uzbek opponent is coached by his mum while Judy Murray has guided world No 3

Djokovic celebrates progress to the fourth round

US Open 2013: Novak Djokovic completes crushing win over Joao Sousa

The world number one eases into week two

Feel the noise: Andy Murray sees off Leonardo Mayer on Friday night

US Open: Racket makes Andy Murray a good shout for success

The hubbub of Flushing Meadows is not to everyone's taste. There is a constant background noise at the US Open, whether it is planes flying into La Guardia airport, music at the changeovers or just the sound of people talking, shouting and moving around. In the city that never sleeps, it is no surprise that there is never true peace and quiet.

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US Open 2013: Andy Murray beats Michael Llodra in late night match to secure second round place

After a frustrating wait Brit wins 6-2, 6-4, 6-3

Andy Murray under the watchful eye of Ivan Lendl

US Open 2013: Weather threatens schedule yet again, with Andy Murray facing possible nightmare second week

With the defending champion opening his defence on the third day of the tournament, there is no leeway should poor weather engulf Flushing Meadows

Rafael Nadal

US Open 2013: Rafael Nadal delighted to make winning return

The Spaniard is the second seed at Flushing Meadows

Andy Murray defends his US Open title next week fuelled by a balanced diet with energy drinks and workouts

It’s meat and drink for Andy Murray who dismisses use of Novak Djokovic Diet

US Open champion tried world No 1’s gluten-free regime but found it made him feel weak

Britain's No 1 will battle to retain his US Open title next week

Oh I say! Andy Murray serves up a nationwide tennis bounce as children flock to courts

Wimbledon triumph has inspired a generation to try the game

Andy Murray won the US Open having lost his previous four finals

US Open 2013: Andy Murray drawn in same half as Novak Djokovic meaning pair could meet in semi-final clash

Murray begins his championship defence against Michael Llodra while Roger Federer could face Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals

Andy Murray is poised to be knocked off his perch as No 2 in the world after Rafael Nadal continued his amazing recovery from injury to win the Cincinnati Masters

Cincinnati Masters: Andy Murray loses world No 2 ranking to Rafael Nadal after Spaniard beats John Isner in final

Victoria Azarenka took the women's title in the US Open warm-up event

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