World number five may have to beat Nadal, del Potro and Federer if he is to win in Melbourne
The current top two in the men’s game demand answers for the ATP’s behaviour over drug lies
The 20-year-old Argentinian beat the five-times Flushing Meadows champion after four hours and six minutes at the Arthur Ashe stadium
The World No 1 beat Robin Soderling in four sets to set up a third consecutive semi-final clash with the fourth seed Novak Djokovic
Nicole Kidman and her husband Keith Urban at the 2009 US Open at Flushing Meadows. The pair were there to watch the world No 1, Switzerland Roger Federer play Spain's Tommy Robredo but did not appear to see much of the game.
The Swiss No 1 took less than two hours to ease to a straight-sets victory over the 14th seed, while Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal prepare
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