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Morning Bagel: US Open Day Two
Rise and shine tennis fans. Here's everything you missed from across the pond on Day Two of the US Open.
Cibulkova shocked by 15 year-old Bellis
Nobody fancied CiCi Bellis' chances. Ranked No.1,208 in the world and up against 12th seed Dominika Cibulkova, it was a tough draw, but Bellis held her ground in her first ever grand slam appearance, winning the match and proceeding to the second round. Check out the full report here.
Bellis finds herself in good company
Bellis became the youngest player to win a match at the US Open since Anna Kournikova pulled off the same feat back in 1996, the Russian reaching the fourth round where she was beaten by eventual champion Steffi Graf.
Federer has a special guest
Basketball legend Michael Jordan turned up in Roger Federer's box to watch his first-round victory over Marinko Matosevic.
"I know nothing about tennis," Jordan said, although he certainly seemed to enjoy Federer's post-point tweener in the second set.
Watson dumped out in straight sets
British No.1 Heather Watson was sent packing in the first round, with Sorana Cirstea ruthlessly dispatching her 6-1 6-1. Click here for the full story.