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US Open 2011: Andy Murray v Feliciano Lopez as it happened


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By Piers Newbery

0223: OK, thanks for your company everyone. Take the day off, really. We will convene again for Murray's next match on Tuesday. Bearing in mind he's playing an American hope, it could be another late one. Night all.

BBC Radio 5 Live
0218: A highly satisfactory evening for Andy Murray, who goes on to face American wildcard Donald Young next. Can he win the title? "I think he needs to hit his forehand," says Mats Wilander on 5 live. "He can stay close to the best players in the world but he needs to run away from them by hitting his forehand, serving smart and staying calm."

It's good news for a Briton
Murray 6-1 6-4 6-2 Lopez
Hang on, Britain, Murray swings a backhand wide and it's 0-30. Never fear, Lopez comes up with up with three errors on the trot. Good old F-Lo. Match point.... and Lopez goes long with a return. Game, set, match, job done.

* Murray 6-1 6-4 5-2 Lopez
Drama. Murray spends a good amount of time gently trying to remove an insect from the baseline, only for two ball boys to race in with a towel and, er, dispose of the poor creature to the side of the court. You tried, Andy. Meanwhile, Lopez throws in his customary double fault and Murray hits a brilliant backhand smash for 15-40. Two break points..... big serve, smash. Murray plays another drop shot to get a third break point..... and Lopez goes long. Get the electric blanket on Britain, bed time is approaching.

From TheGreatPhudini via twitter: "Come on Murray, finish this so I can get to bed at a decent hour. #bbctennis"

Murray 6-1 6-4 4-2 Lopez *
Lopez blazes a backhand wide and Murray then plays a cracker of a drop shot and an ace for the love game.

* Murray 6-1 6-4 3-2 Lopez
Big serving from F-Lo - a love hold, and where has that been all evening? Over on Louis Armstrong, American John Isner has beaten Alex Bogomolov JR in straight sets, and he will next face Gilles Simon for the right to play Murray or Young in the quarters. Or Lopez, obviously.

Murray 6-1 6-4 3-1 Lopez *
Murray goes wide with a forehand at 40-15 but then plays a beautiful rally to close out the game, and despite Lopez's disappointing effort this has been a great evening for Murray so far. No Haase-like dramatics this time.

* Murray 6-1 6-4 2-1 Lopez
Lopez throws in a double fault but manages to hold serve and stop a run of five games against him.

From TheGreatPhudini via twitter: "Come on Murray, finish this so I can get to bed at a decent hour. #bbctennis"

Murray 6-1 6-4 2-0 Lopez *
Murray gives us something to cheer with an improvised volley pass from just inside the baseline, and after Hawkeye goes against him on the first game point, the world number four draws an error on the second.

* Murray 6-1 6-4 1-0 Lopez
Lopez has changed back to a blue shirt, which amounts to a tactical change for F-Lo this evening. Forehand error, backhand error, Murray forehand, three break points.... forehand error. This is desperate stuff from Lopez, I guess he could have an injury....

Murray 6-1 6-4 Lopez *
Lopez plays a woeful volley on the first point that Murray swats away, before at 30-0 Murray frames a forehand high into the stands to give one happy spectator a surprise memento. Murray gets to set point.... and Lopez fails to control a forehand on the run.

Rafael Nadal on twitter: "Hi everybody, thanks for your support, i'm ok & happy for the match ;)"

BBC Radio 5 Live
* Murray 6-1 5-4 Lopez
The Murray wail lets us know his feelings after he nets a forehand for 15-15, and he's not much happier when Lopez cuts off a pass with a sharp volley on the next point. "I'd rather he didn't do that because it lets his opponent know he's not happy," says Mats Wilander on 5 live. The Briton is a bit happier when he makes a running backhand pass for 30-30, but a missed return prompts an angry rant towards his player's box. Lopez helps him out with a double-fault and Murray saves a game point with a nice backhand pass. Deuce, and Lopez nets a backhand volley with the court gaping. Break point.... double-fault!

Murray 6-1 4-4 Lopez *
Murray is clearly happy to risk the Lopez return this evening as he's currently making 81% of first serves at an average speed of 107mph. It seems like a sensible tactic as the Spaniard fails to make much impression again. "He needs to make Murray make passing shots all the time, put the pressure on," says Mats Wilander on 5 live.

* Murray 6-1 3-4 Lopez
A double-fault sees Lopez at 15-30 but he makes amends in part with the most fantastic drop shot that almost sees Murray career into the net post trying to chase it down. If that involved a bit of running, Murray does a quick 10K on game point to Lopez, scurrying after drops shots, lobs, throw-ins, line-outs - it's got the lot - but he misses with a backhand and it's all to no avail.

From perurunningman via twitter: "Just got in and enjoying Lopez making a game of it, helps being in the same time zone as New York living in Peru, come on Murray! #BBCTennis"

From chinjy222 via twitter: "so got full day of dental patients tomorrow. Big day. But not as big a Andy Murray match. Murray in straight sets #bbctennis"

Murray 6-1 3-3 Lopez *
Murray makes successive errors off the forehand and backhand sides and looks in trouble at 15-30, but Lopez then dumps a backhand into the net under no pressure. Murray hooks a forehand way, way out for deuce and then puts a backhand in the net before banging his strings in frustration. Break point for Lopez.... second serve..... and Lopez blasts his return about six feet long. Poor. Murray nips to his chair to change sweatbands and returns to take the game.

* Murray 6-1 2-3 Lopez
Lopez sticks a sliced backhand into the net to fall 0-30 down but gets one point back with a good serve. Murray fizzes over a backhand return at the feet of the in-rushig Lopez and it's 15-40, two break points.... two aces! Lopez holds and that feels like a big moment.

Murray 6-1 2-2 Lopez *
Lopez returns to court having changed his powder blue shirt for a white number, and he opens up with a ripper of a forehand winner down the line. The Spaniard has a chance at 30-30 but floats a sliced return wide - or does he? Lopez shouts "No!" and goes to Hawkeye, which says it did indeed catch the line. Lopez is fuming, and so is Murray as he thinks the 25th seed took too long to challenge. Come on people, can't we all just get along? Back to the tennis and Lopez moves forward threateningly, only to put his volley in the net, and Murray holds.

From Kateseptember via twitter: "Murray needs an easy win to give him confidence after a scary second round match. #bbctennis"

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From Paul Walsh via text: "how much I want Andy Murray to win a slam, i can only see him being the best of the rest behind ND, RN, and RF. "

* Murray 6-1 1-2 Lopez
Lopez is under pressure again at 30-30, and again he fails to cope, double-faulting to offer up another break point.... Murray scrambles brilliantly to chase down a drop shot but catches the tape with a backhand. He then plays a classic Murray rally of measured groundstrokes that draws the error, break point two.... but Murray nets a backhand return. The Briton looks to have earned another break point but Lopez goes to hawkeye and Murray's forehand is shown to have been out. Not sure Murray believes it. Lopez smacks down the biggest serve of the day at 134mph to close out the game.

Murray 6-1 1-1 Lopez *
Murray thumps a heavy ace down the 'T' but a missed forehand off the net cord sees him pegged back to 30-30. Lopez lobs the Scot and follows it up with a superb lunging backhand volley. He's only gone and got himself a break point.... but Lopez goes just long with a forehand as he bears down on the net. A cute drop shot sees Lopez save a game point but he nets a forehand on the second and Murray survives his first moment of danger.

* Murray 6-1 0-1 Lopez
Lopez gets back on track with a love service game and hopefully, for the sake of a sporting contest, that will spark him into life. There's a fist pump, so you never know.

From Penners88 via twitter: "If Murray keeps playing this well, and Lopez keeps playing this badly, I could be asleep by half one. No complaints so far #BBCTennis"

Murray 6-1 Lopez *
Big serve out wide, heavy backhand into the space for 40-0 and it's three set points for Murray.... Lopez frames a backhand into the middle of nowhere and that pretty much sums up his evening so far. Dreadful.

* Murray 5-1 Lopez
It's solid stuff from Murray but nothing spectacular, and yet Lopez just cannot handle it and he's soon 0-40 down. Three break points.... and after saving the first, Lopez lets a backhand slide into the tramlines. "Lopez needs to be careful here if the New York crowd start to think he's not trying, says Mats Wilander on 5 live.

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From james in walsall via text: "Maybe murray knows most of us are ready for bed so he's trying to get the job done quick #usopen"

From Ian, Newcastle, via text: "Come on Andy wrap it up, I would like to get some sleep iv'e got work at 7:30."

Murray 4-1 Lopez *
Murray plays a dreamy forehand drop shot that fades perfectly over the net on his way to a third successive love hold.

* Murray 3-1 Lopez
Lopez wins his first point of the match at 0-30, after 11 minutes, and gets some cheeky cheers from the New Yorkers. He hauls himself back to 30-30 but Murray earns himself another break point.... Lopez saves it with an athletic smash after Murray pulls him all over the place once again and the Spaniard takes the game with a brilliant forehand volley. "I sense Murray's getting closer to a Slam and I actually picked him to win here ," says Mats Wilander on 5 live, which you can access with a manual refresh of this page.

Murray 3-0 Lopez *
Lopez punts one long and he hasn't won a point yet. Not sure what F-Lo was working on with coach Alberto Berasategui earlier today but it isn't working. It's great news for Murray but pretty woeful stuff from the Spaniard.

From Ash3032 via twitter: "Staying up to watch Murray's match against Lopez @usopen. I think he should win but there is bound 2 b some shouting at the TV! #bbctennis"

From alexsweetnam via twitter: "I'm not staying up to watch this match. I'm not. That would be very stupid. Especially if it's like the last one. No. I'm not. #BBCTennis"

* Murray 2-0 Lopez
Murray wins a couple of lengthy baseline exchanges and Lopez throws in a double-fault as he slips to 0-40. Three break points.... and Lopez double faults. That's about as bad as a start gets.

Murray 1-0 Lopez *
Murray wins an entertaining opening game to love, making a nifty move in behind a slice to open up the court at 30-0. Looks a bit blustery out there, as ever.
* denotes NEXT to serve

0022: Murray in black, Lopez in light blue, and it's the British number one to serve first.....

Text in your views on 81111
From Nathan in London via text: "Come on Muzza, straight sets win please - need to be up for work at 6.30am. "

From anon via text: "Murray in 4, Newbers. Loses the first in a tie break and is down in the second before pulling away. What do you think?"

From Tracey, Dorset, via text: "He'd better make this quick! I need to go to work tomorrow! He is fantastic though!"

Andy Murray
0015: "I've always enjoyed playing here," says Murray, "so I need to try and make sure I get my emotions right in the next match, make sure I get the crowd involved a bit, show some fist pumps and 'Come ons'." The Briton is out on court wearing a black outfit, which lots of players seem to for the night sessions, while listening to something on his headphones.

0012: To update you on the latest in the men's draw, waiting for Murray or Lopez in the next round will be American wildcard Donald Young, while potential quarter-final opponent Juan Martin del Potro went out to 12th seed Gilles Simon a little while ago. And Rafael Nadal, who could be waiting in the semis, saw off David Nalbandian before collapsing with cramp in his news conference. Funny old day.

Feliciano Lopez
0009: "I'm not going to beat Andy playing from the baseline and waiting for him to miss," says Lopez. "I have to be really aggressive, to play my game, and to believe. At Wimbledon, it didn't work. He played much better than me. So I have to do better this time."

BBC Radio 5 Live
0005: If you're up this early on a Monday, it's only right you should let the world know by texting on 81111 (UK), tweeting me or using the hashtag #bbctennis. The best contribution gets the day off tomorrow. We'll have 5 live commentary available via this page from 0025 BST, with 1988 champion Mats Wilander joining the team.

2358: The good news is that Andy Murray has a 5-0 record against 25th seed Feliciano Lopez and took the Spaniard apart in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon only a couple of months ago.

2353: Evening, just about. Don't worry, Britain's number one is well aware you all have to get up for work/school/college in the morning and is sure to give you a clinical 90-minute demolition job so you can get some rest. Except is doesn't usually work like that....

By Sam Sheringham

The match is over
1920: Ok, that's it from us for now, but don't forget to join Piers Newbery at 2345 BST for live text commentary of Andy Murray's third round clash with Feliciano Lopez.

1916: Nadal's fourth round opponent will be Gilles Muller after the Luxembourg player overcame Russia's Igor Kunitsyn 6-1 6-4 6-4. And Flavia Pennetta of Italy has upset the Chinese number 13 seed Shuai Peng 6-4 7-6 to reach the women's quarter-finals, where she will meet Angelique Kerber of Germany.

1910: So, a great start from David Nalbandian, but you always felt that he needed to win that first set, and so it proved. Rafael Nadal showed glimpses of his best in the second and third sets. Write him off at your peril. I'm going to bid you farewell shortly but just let me update you on some scores from today's other matches...

The match is over

Nadal 7-6 6-1 7-5 Nalbandian
A poor volley from Nalbo gives Nadal an easy pass. Then the Spaniard pounces on a second serve and drills one down the line. Nalbo dumps a backhand into the net to give Nadal three match points. He saves the first with some fine shots but double faults on the third to hand Rafa the set .... and the match.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 6-1 6-5 Nalbandian*
Nalbo blazes to 0-30 with a magnificent backhand return winner. Rafa digs deep to get back to 30-all before a perfectly-disguised drop-shot gives Nalbo another break point. The Argentine thinks he's won the game with a drop volley but he's forgotten about Rafa's cross-court speed. Big mistake and Rafa makes him pay with three winners in a row.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 7-6 6-1 5-5 Nalbandian
Has Rafa lost concentration a bit here? Certainly looks that way. Nalbo squares the set when Rafa launches a backhand long. This match is alive again folks.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 6-1 5-4 Nalbandian*
A brilliant backhand pass gets Rafa in front, but two surprise errors give Nalbandian an opening. Rafa saves two break points to take it to deuce but can't save a third and we are back on serve in this third set.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 7-6 6-1 5-3 Nalbandian
It's a bad start for Nalbandian as he goes long from the first point. But some big serves and sharp volleys take the match to another game.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 6-1 5-2 Nalbandian*
The force is with Rafa as he booms a backhand past his tiring opponent. Nalbo is firmly on the back foot, several feet behind the baseline, as Rafa powers to within one game of the match.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 7-6 6-1 4-2 Nalbandian
It's starting to look like man against boy out there. Nalbo serves another double fault and fluffs a drop shot en route to losing his serve. Meanwhile, over on Court 17, David Ferrer wins the first set 6-1 against Florian Mayer.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 6-1 3-2 Nalbandian*
Too much spin on Rafa's second serve and Nalbo has no answer. When he gets a chance, the Argentine is going for broke and more often than not his shots are missing the target.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 7-6 6-1 2-2 Nalbandian
A much better game from Nalbandian, as he lands some first serves, finishing off with a smash and an ace.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 6-1 2-1 Nalbandian*
Rafa has a bit of padding under his foot now and seems good to go. Nalbandian looks dispirited again here, slamming his racket into the ground after netting a forehand. He's really struggling to clear the tape at the moment. Nonetheless, Rafa lets him back in with a double fault and a weak approach shot. Then a backhand catches the net and Nalbo has a break point! He does everything he can to convert it but Rafa just isn't giving up and eventually takes the game when Nalbandian misses a backhand.
* Denotes next server

Karnmamgain on Twitter: "Well, Nadal Gatting-ed Nalbandian there. Just how does Nadal find this elevated plane in grand-slams?"

*Nadal 7-6 6-1 1-1 Nalbandian
How will Rafa respond? How do you think? The defending champion wins three straight points to storm into a 0-40 lead. Nalbo claws one point back but Rafa levels up the set with a forehand down the line. Hang on, Rafa's got the trainer on. Don't think it's serious though. Looks like some blisters on his right foot.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 6-1 0-1 Nalbandian*
Nalbandian earns himself a glimmer of hope at 15-30 on the Nadal serve and then hits a return that looks for all the world a winner until Rafa pummels it straight back at him. A rare Rafa error gives Nalbo a break point but he messes up his return to a second serve. It's deuce and Nalbandian finds something extra from somewhere to outplay Rafa and seal the break.
* Denotes next server

The match is over
A quick result from the women's draw where Angelique Kerber has beaten Monica Niculescu 6-4 6-3 in the fourth round.

*Nadal 7-6 6-1 Nalbandian
Rafa is proving more than equal to anything Nalbo sends his way as a drop-shot is easily retrieved to force another error. Then a blistering forehand to give himself two set points. Nalbandian goes long with a forehand and it's very difficult to see a way back for him here.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 5-1 Nalbandian*
Nalbandian nets a straightforward backhand and a forehand as Rafa takes control. To call them unforced errors would be harsh, given the spin that Rafa is generating. Having said that ... two more long forehands and Nadal is on the brink of a 2-0 lead.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 7-6 4-1 Nalbandian
Some much better serving gets Nalbandian on the board, with a hold to 30. A forehand into the net from the Argentine offers Rafa hope but a rare error from the Spaniard ends the game.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 4-0 Nalbandian*
Nalbo looks a broken man, his lank blonde hair matted with sweat, his shoulders starting to slump. Not a bead of sweat on Rafa by the looks of it as he serves out to 15.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 7-6 3-0 Nalbandian
Rafa is well and truly in the groove here, moving well, hitting hard, finding angles, varying his pace and putting more spin on the ball than Shane Warne. Can Nalbo find an answer?
* Denotes next server

Nadal 7-6 2-0 Nalbandian*
Better from Nalbandian, unleashing some meaty returns to take a 15-30 lead. But Nadal hits back with a glorious whipped forehand down the line. You feel he is gradually grinding his opponent down here as two unforced errors from Nalbo put Rafa 2-0 up.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 7-6 1-0 Nalbandian
Worrying signs for Nalbo fans as Rafa easily breaks in the first game of the second set. Nalbandian's head seemed to drop a bit and there didn't seem to be quite the same gusto in his shots.
* Denotes next server

andrew_stead on Twitter: "Nalbandian's chance gone? Played well, but surely he had to win the first set."

Nadal 7-6 Nalbandian
It's nip-and-tuck for the first six points, then a Nalbo double pushes the door ajar for Rafa. But a wayward forehand from the Spaniard gets it back on serve. Then Nalbandian makes it 5-5 after a truly incredible rally, featuring some fearsome hitting, a sublime lob and a drop-shot from the Argentine's racket. But cometh the hour, cometh the champion, and Nadal finds an extra gear to win two straight points to clinch a sensational first set.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 6-6 Nalbandian
This is a really hard-fought first set and we've already been going for 50 minutes. One or two errors just starting to creep into Nalbo's game but not enough to prevent him taking us into a tie-break, rounding off the game with his third ace.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 6-5 Nalbandian*
Rafa's got the wind in his sails now and he's starting to hit forehand winners at will. But Nalbo is moving well here despite his recent injury troubles and he gets it back to 30-30. Another stunning forehand and an ace hand Rafa a 6-5 lead.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 5-5 Nalbandian
First blood to Nadal but Nalbo hits back with a forehand winner. Nalbandian dumps a drop-shot into the net before Nadal pulls off an incredible counter-punching forehand winner to earn two break points. Oh no Nalbo, it's a double fault and we are back to all square.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 5-5 Nalbandian
First blood to Nadal but Nalbo hits back with a forehand winner. Nalbandian dumps a drop-shot into the net before Nadal pulls off an incredible counter-punching forehand winner to earn two break points. Oh no Nalbo, it's a double fault and we are back to all square.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 4-5 Nalbandian*
More inspired tennis from Nalbandian as he hammers a return into Rafa's feet and passes him with a forehand. Then he shows great touch to lob the Spaniard for a 15-30 lead. Nadal hangs in there with some serving into the body and takes the game after two rare errors from the Nalbo racket.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 3-5 Nalbandian
Nadal is really struggling to read the Nalbandian backhand and the Argentine steams through his first love service game of the match to leave Nadal serving to stay in the set.
* Denotes next server

the_classified on Twitter: "Nalbandian is playing well but I'm hoping Rafa will go into his fighting zone asap! Not in the mood for a major upset!"

Nadal 3-4 Nalbandian*
This is really top-level tennis from Nalbo as he works some space and slams another forehand past Nadal before taking a 15-30 lead when the Spaniard nets. Great response from Nadal and he plants a backhand on the run past the Argentine. The game goes to deuce but Nadal closes out to stay in touch.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 2-4 Nalbandian
So, can Nalbo press home his advantage? It's a good start as he races into a 30-0 lead. The Argentine's tactic seems to be to keep the rallies short and sweet but a couple of unforced errors open the door for Rafa. A fine serve and volley and a powerful first serve sew up the game for Nalbandian.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 2-3 Nalbandian*
Two brilliant backhands give Nalbo his first points on the Nadal serve. Rafa ups the tempo to peg it back to 30-30 before Nalbandian rushes the Spaniard into a forehand error to earn a break point. A double fault from Nadal hands Nalbandian the game.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 2-2 Nalbandian
Nadal opens up with a huge forehand winner but Nalbandian pins his opponent into the corners with some huge backhands to go 30-15 up. A volleyed winner and an ace make it 2-2.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 2-1 Nalbandian*
Nadal is sporting plasters on the fingertips of his right hand after a nasty incident involving a hot plate in a Japanese restaurant. But it certainly doesn't seem to be affecting his serving as he cruises through another love game.
* Denotes next server

*Nadal 1-1 Nalbandian
Nadal comes roaring out of the blocks and siezes a 30-0 lead after successfully challenging a forehand winner that kissed the outside of the line. Nalbandian realises quickly that he needs to come forward and hauls it back to 40-30 with a volleyed winner and a half-court forehand before clinching the game with a sweetly struck backhand.
* Denotes next server

Nadal 1-0 Nalbandian*
Rafa storms into a 40-0 lead and takes the game to love after a lengthy final rally. One or two signs of how Nalbandian may be able to hurt Rafa, with some meaty backhands, but so far so good for the Spaniard. The last meeting between these two was a straight sets win for Rafa in Miami in 2010.
* Denotes next server

1618: The warm-ups are well underway out on Arthur Ashe. Meanwhile, over on Louis Armstrong, the women's fourth round meeting between China's Shuai Peng and Flavia Pennetta of Italy is up and running. Andy Roddick, Juan Martin Del Potro and Samantha Stosur are also in action today.

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Clayts, Clapham, via text on 81111: "Nadal will be all over this today I reckon, can't see Nalbandian getting a set. The big prize will go to Del Potro I believe."

Times tennis correspondent Neil Harman on Twitter: "Over eight hours until Andy Murray takes to the court and I'm on my fourth coffee of the day #caffeineoverkill."

1610: So, Rafa-Nalbo on the way. But don't forget Andy Murray is also in action at Flushing Meadows today. The British No.1 takes on Feliciano Lopez at 0000 BST, with live text commentary right here from 2345 BST and commentary on BBC Radio 5 live from 0025 BST.

1608: Here's Rafa's take on the third round contest: "For me, he's a very dangerous opponent. I have had very tough matches against him. He's a very good player. We know each other really good. We practice a lot together. He's a good friend. This will be a very good test for me."

The sun is out
1605: There's been a lot of talk about rain heading towards New York but it's bright and sunny out there at the moment. Rafa's had a pretty easy ride so far, with a straight sets victory over Andrey Golubev and an early finish to his second round match when Nicolas Mahut retired at the start of the third set. But Nalabandian has enjoyed success against the Spaniard before, with two wins apiece from their last four matches.

1600: A warm welcome to our coverage of day seven of the US Open at Flushing Meadows, New York. First up, it's no less than defending champion Rafael Nadal. He's taking on dangerous Argentine David Nalbandian in the first match on Arthur Ashe. Game by game commentary of their third round clash on the way.

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