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Daniel Evans Vs Kei Nishikori || Highlights || US Open 2013 {{R1}} HD

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Agnieszka Radwańska vs Silvia Soler Espinosa || Fll Match Highlights || US Open 2013 HD Agnieszka Radwańska vs Silvia Soler Espinosa || Fll Match Highlights || US Open 2013 HD Agnieszka Radwańska vs Silvia Soler Espinosa || Fll Match Highlights || US Open 2013 HD Agnieszka Radwańska vs Silvia Soler Espinosa || Fll Match Highlights || US Open 2013 HD k Nishikori vs d evans A Ramos Vs B Tomic Fernando Lopez Vs F Serra D Tursnov Vs A Bedene J Sturff Vs G Rufin A Martin Vs M Kukushkin M Russel vs Richardo Gasquet K De Schepper Vs B Klahn S Robert Vs A Olivetti E Gulbis Vs A Haider-Maurer R Williams Vs N Davydenko F Verdasco Vs Ian Dodig Jako Tipsarevic VS P Cuevas Rafael Nadal Vs R Harrison A Kznetsov Vs D Sela R Bautista Agut Vs T Bellucci Roger Federrer NOvak Djokovic Andy Murray JUan Martin Del Potro Jo Wilfried Tsonga Serena Williams Us Open ,US Open 2013,2013 HD,27/8/2013,Tennis,Set Points,Break Point,Final Set,Interview,Players,All Sets,Highlights,Match Point,Finals,Federrer,Serena Williams,vs,Aug 27th,Djokovic,Andy Murray,Azarenka,Men's Singles,Womens Singles,2013 US Open,NewYork,Prizes, Grand Slam,Arthur ,US Tornament,Championships,Live Harrison finds himself under pressure at 0-30, but his first serve comes to the rescue. The American follows a couple into the net - and it works wonders as he puts away the volley with clinical efficiency. It doesn't work on the third attempt, though, as Nadal sends a barrage of forehands at the American who manages to return six of them before sending the seventh into the tramlines and we're at deuce. Harrison's first serve saves him again, though and he manages to hold.Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have won 33 of the last 34 Grand Slam singles titles. That is a dominant run never seen before in men's tennis. But if there is a place that streak might be broken, the U.S. Open should be it. The one hole in that streak came in New York in 2009 when Juan Martin del Potro knocked off Federer. U.S. OPEN: Big, brassy, messy ... grand FAN GUIDE: New additions for 2013 ON TELEVISION: Complete schedule Last year, too, marked a breakthrough major victory: Murray won his first major title. Though he is one of the Big Four, a major title was missing from his résumé. Now he has two and will be among the favorites to make it three, with a red-hot Nadal (though his knee injury could always flare up) and Djokovic, the game's best hardcourt player when he is on. For del Potro, or anyone else, to break through, he will have to beat one of those three ... or perhaps even Federer. 2. Can Federer finish strong in his worst season in a decade? Federer is a 17-time Grand Slam singles champion, the most all time in the men's game, and he has 77 career singles titles. Alas, one of them came in 2013, a small grass-court event in Halle, Germany.His performances in the majors have not been Federer-like either: Semifinals in Australia, quarterfinals at the French Open ... and second round at Wimbledon, the first time he has fallen short of the quarterfinals since 2004. At 32, he has lost a step, he's struggling with back pain ... and he broke down and switched to a bigger racket ... and then switched back. He arrives in New York ranked No. 7, his lowest ranking in a decade. He will play in his 56th major in a row — assuming his troublesome back does not force a withdrawal (he pulled out of the Rogers Cup in Canada, one of the major hardcourt tuneups) — tying the Open era record. But how much does he have left? He thinks he can compete for a title. If he wins, he will join a select group of men to win a major after turning 32: Ken Rosewall (four times), Andre Agassi (once, last to do it at '03 Australian Open) and Andres Gimeno (once, '72 French Open).