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The Canadian youngster looked completely at home as she knocked out Serena Williams' conqueror to reach the semi-finals with a 5-7 7-5 6-2 win
Murray missed four match points in the third set before losing on a tie-break but recovered to claim the fourth and move into the last eight
On his day, he can be as cultured on court as he is off it so Briton needs to beware
Two-time defending champion Victoria Azarenka made it all look routine Saturday in defeating unseeded Yvonne Meusburger 6-1, 6-0 in a third-round match at the Australian Open.
The German has not worked with any players since his retirement and has instead focused on punditry
The Scot is expected to win the prize, which is voted for by the public
Former world number one beaten by Gael Monfils in Shanghai
Heather Watson’s year to forget took another turn for the worse yesterday when she was beaten 6-4, 6-4 by Puerto Rico’s Monica Puig, the world No 48, as the Briton began the defence of her Japan Open title in Osaka.
British number one dropped just six games in straight sets win
Readers of The Independent expect Spaniard to surpass 'the greatest player of all time'
US Open victory means Nadal trails his rival by just four
The Serbian was beaten at Flushing Meadows in four sets
Spaniard goes into today’s US Open final having lost only three matches this year
Serena dismisses comparisons with greatest players of all time as she bids for 17th Grand Slam title
Djokovic and Nadal to fight for title and the world No 1 ranking after Scot’s surprise defeat
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.