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Morning Bagel: US Open Day One

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Rise and shine, it's time for the inaugural Morning Bagel, your daily wrap-up of all the action from the US Open.

Murray survives opening scare

Andy Murray battled past Robin Haase in four sets on Monday © Getty Images
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He might have spent a good part of the match hobbling about on one leg, but Andy Murray saw off both cramp and the brutal heat to reach the second round of the US Open. Check out the full report here.

Kyrgios throws a temper tantrum

Nick Kyrgios' temper left him one code violation short of disqualification in his first-round win © Getty Images
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Meanwhile, Nick Kyrgios was at it again as his loose temper saw him blast a ball out of the stadium and risk disqualification after racking up three separate code violations as he defeated Mikhail Youzhny. Read more here.

Baldwin the ballboy

Alec Baldwin plucked a rogue ball out of the air during Maria Sharapova's match © Getty Images
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While Kyrgios' one may have soared a little too high, Alec Baldwin did pluck another rogue ball out of the air during Maria Sharapova's win over Maria Kirilenko. Who knows, if the Hollywood thing doesn't pan out for him, he may still have a bright future as a ballboy.

US Open off to a bright start

Not a bad way to celebrate the start of the US Open © Getty Images
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Spectators were also given a treat when Arthur Ashe was lit up with a stunning fireworks display on the first night of the tournament.

Follow all the action from Day Two, including Roger Federer's opening match against Marinko Matosevic, with ESPN's CourtCast - beginning at 4pm today

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