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Morning Bagel: US Open Day Four

ESPN staff
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Rise and shine tennis fans. Here's everything you missed from across the pond on Day Four of the US Open.

Murray blazes into third round

Andy Murray will now meet Russian Andrey Kuznetsov for the first time © Getty Images
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Despite windy conditions, Andy Murray dispatched Matthias Bachinger without a sign of the cramping or discomfort seen in his first match and looking confident and in control.

Check out the full report from our man in New York here

Ana stunned

Ana Ivanovic has reached just two grand slam quarter finals since winning the French Open in 2008 © Getty Images
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Despite having one her best seasons since 2008 outside the majors, Ana Ivanovic's shaky grand slam form this year took a final blow as she was knocked out by 42nd-ranked Karolina Pliskova in the second round.

Click here for the full women's round-up

No stopping Novak

Novak Djokovic has had a torrid time on the hard courts this season but is back to his best in New York © Getty Images
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While some seeds struggled, others surged forwards. Novak Djokovic made short work of Paul-Henri Mathieu, closing out the match in under 90 minutes.

Click here for the full men's wrap

Disco Djokovic

Following the result, the world No.1 even had time to shake a leg on court to Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy'. Why not, eh?

Follow all the action from Day Five, including Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova, with ESPN's CourtCast - beginning at 4pm today

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