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Morning Bagel: US Open Day 10

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Novak Djokovic always knows how to celebrate © Getty Images
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Catch up on all the latest action from the US Open as Novak Djokovic outlasts Andy Murray and a mystery fan appears in the stands...

Murray down and out

Andy Murray struggled to hide his frustration © Getty Images
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Our Andy put in arguably his best performance of the year so far, but couldn't hold back an aggressive Djokovic whose endurance carried him through the latter the stages of the game and into the semis.

And Murray admitted to failing physically in the epic showdown

Nishikori finds the Kei to the semis

Kei Nishikori was the first Japanese man to reach a US Open quarter-final since 1922 © Getty Images
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History-making Kei Nishikori has played more than eight and a half hours of tennis in just two days on his way to the last four.

The bad news? Nishikori faces Djokovic next...

Read the full men's draw round-up from ESPN's Michael Beattie at Flushing Meadows

Serena steamroller continues

Serena Williams has now dropped just 22 games at this year's US Open © Getty Images
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Serena Williams cruised through her quarter-final match against Flavia Pennetta - her 19th win in a row at Flushing Meadows.

The world No.1 is yet to drop a set in the tournament and has lost no more than six games per match.

Read the full report as Ekaterina Makarova reaches her first grand slam semi-final

Who's that under the hat?

We can see you, Mr DiCaprio © Getty Images
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Hmm. Who might this be? The cap's fooling no one, Leo. Nice beard, by the way...

Follow all the action from Day 11, including Roger Federer's quarter-final with Gael Monfils, in ESPN's CourtCast - beginning at 4pm today

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