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Last Updated: Thursday, 28 August, 2003, 15:08 GMT 16:08 UK
Gamewatch: Hewitt v Lee
All the action as Lleyton Hewitt beats Korean Hyung-taik Lee in the second round of the US Open.

Result: Hewitt 5-7 6-2 6-2 6-4 Lee

Fourth set:

Hewitt 6-4 Lee
Game, set and match Hewitt! The Australian survives four break points to take the match and book a meeting with either Radek Stepanek or Fabrice Santoro.

Hewitt 5-4 Lee
Hewitt grabs a vital break of serve, winning a spectacular rally and now has the chance to serve out the match.

Hewitt 4-4 Lee
Hewitt is once again forced to work hard to hold his serve but does just enough to level proceedings.

Hewitt 3-4 Lee
Lee shows real character to move ahead in the fourth set. It has been a gutsy performance from the Korean.

Hewitt 3-3 Lee
The ever confident Hewitt thunders an ace past Lee to hold his serve easily.

Hewitt 2-3 Lee
Lee digs in to take the fifth game of the fourth set. The Korean is anxious not to give this match up easily.

Hewitt 2-2 Lee
Another comprehensive service hold from Hewitt moves the Australian to within four games of victory.

Hewitt 1-2 Lee
Lee delivers a flawless service game, reminding Hewitt that he still has a fight on his hands if he wants to book his place in the third round.

Hewitt 1-1 Lee
Hewitt is forced to battle to hold his serve but he eventually overcomes his opponent, winning to 30.

Hewitt 0-1 Lee
Lee crucially hangs onto his serve in the opening game of the fourth set to prevent a repeat of Hewitt's dominance in the last set.

Third set:

Hewitt 6-2 Lee
Hewitt is forced to fight to win his serve but eventually clinches the third set. The Australian is now in complete control of this match.

Hewitt 5-2 Lee
Lee shows his fighting spirit by holding his serve but must now break the Hewitt serve to stay in the set.

Hewitt 5-1 Lee
Lee, who defeated world number four Juan Carlos Ferrero to win the Sydney International earlier this year, fails to break the Hewitt serve despite an impressive return game. Hewitt is now just a game away from taking the third set.

Hewitt 4-1 Lee
Hewitt consolidates his double break with a confident service hold and, unless Lee can rediscover his early form, the Australian looks likely to take the third set.

Hewitt 3-1 Lee
A poor return game from Hewitt allows Lee to get his name on the scoreboard in the third set.

Hewitt 3-0 Lee
Hewitt is now running away with the third set after moving a double break up. The Australian has used his variety of groundstrokes to tire his opponent and it is finally working.

Hewitt 2-0 Lee
Lee does his best to break back but the stubborn Hewitt refuses to budge and eventually holds easily.

Hewitt 1-0 Lee
Hewitt, who looks pumped up after winning the second set, breaks Lee in the opening game of the third set to move ahead for the first time in the match.

Second set:

Hewitt 6-2 Lee
After a poor start, the Australian has really stepped up his game and takes the second set in style. The question is - can he maintain this form?

Hewitt 5-2 Lee
Hewitt has fire in his belly once again and moves two breaks up. He now has the chance to serve out the set.

Hewitt 4-2 Lee
Hewitt, who is beginning to focus now, sends his fifth ace past Lee on his way to holding his serve.

Hewitt 3-2 Lee
Lee keeps himself in the set with a confident service hold. Both players are looking very assured in what is becoming an intriguing encounter.

Hewitt 3-1 Lee
Lee puts Hewitt on the back foot with some impressive baseline tennis but the Australian holds out to secure an important service hold.

Hewitt 2-1 Lee
Lee fires his fourth ace past Hewitt on his way to holding his serve.

Hewitt 2-0 Lee
Hewitt consolidates his early break to put himself in control of the second set.

Hewitt 1-0 Lee
Hewitt, who has so far looked a shadow of his former self, makes the perfect start to the second set, breaking the Lee serve.

First set:

Hewitt 5-7 Lee
Hewitt, who squandered two break points in the previous game, suddenly finds himself three set points down. The Australian buckles under the pressure, serving a double fault and loses the first set.

Hewitt 5-6 Lee
Lee wins the most competitive game of the contest so far. Hewitt strikes the first blow with an audacious lob before Lee replies with a textbook baseline winner.

Hewitt 5-5 Lee
Hewitt produces his second love service game in a masterful display of baseline tennis to level proceedings.

Hewitt 4-5 Lee
Lee thumps his fastest serve (120mph) of the day past Hewitt in his most solid service game to date to move within a game of the first set.

Hewitt 4-4 Lee
Hewitt manages to hold his serve this time and will now look to capitalise on Lee's mediocre serving.

Hewitt 3-4 Lee
Curiously, both players seem to be playing with more confidence on their returns. This time it is Hewitt's turn to overcome the Lee serve.

Hewitt 2-4 Lee
Hewitt cracks on break point allowing Lee to move a break up in the opening set. Lee has now overcome his early nerves and looks confident both at the baseline and at the net.

Hewitt 2-3 Lee
A big serve at game point ensures Lee stops Hewitt collecting his third game on the trot. But the 12th seed's form looks ominous after a nervy start.

Hewitt 2-2 Lee
The Australian finally begins to show some semblence of the form which won him Wimbledon two years ago on his way to levelling the match.

Hewitt 1-2 Lee
A tigerish display in the third game secures Hewitt two break points and a thunderous backhand wins him the game.

Hewitt 0-2 Lee
Lee gets a confidence boost, blasting a fizzing backhand past Hewitt on his opening serve and earning two break points. Hewitt survives the first but loses the second to fall two games behind.

Hewitt 0-1 Lee
Lee opens proceedings with a thumping serve but Hewitt responds with a typically ferocious forehand and wins the opening three points. Lee surivives the breaks and the blustery conditions to take a lengthy game with his second ace.




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