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US Open 2015: Andy Murray v Adrian Mannarino – live!

US Open 2015: Andy Murray v Adrian Mannarino – live!

Tweet Bryan at @BryanAGraham Or email him at bryan.graham@theguardian.com No3 seed Murray takes aim at US Open third round 10.04pm BST Third set: *Mannarino 0-1 Murray (*denotes next server) Easy hold at love for Murray, who has won seven matches from two sets down in his career. Only Todd Martin (nine), Aaron Krickstein and Roger Federer (eight apiece) have won more. 9.59pm BST Second set: Mannarino 6-4 Murray An easy hold for Mannarino and surely the upset alert is on now. 9.57pm BST Second set: *Mannarino 5-4 Murray (*denotes next server) Well, if it wasn’t interesting before it sure is now. Murray sputtering away with error after error to fall behind love-40 and give Mannarino three break-point chances. He needs only one as Murray dumps a forehand into the net at the end of a lengthy rally. Mannarino to serve for a two-sets-to-none lead after the changeover. 9.52pm BST Second set: Mannarino 4-4 Murray* (*denotes next server) Three quick points for Mannarino, who’s only lost four points on his serve in this set. But he mixes in a pair of unforced errors and it’s quickly 40-30. A double fault brings it to deuce and Mannarino smacks the ball in frustration across the net, narrowly missing Murray and a linesperson. Then another double fault by Mannarino gives Murray a break-point chance. Bit of a collapse here for Mannarino from 40-0 up. But he bails himself out with his serve: ace, winner, ace. Still on serve in the second. 9.46pm BST Second set: *Mannarino 3-4 Murray (*denotes next server) Ninety minutes in and Murray still looking for a foothold. He answers Mannarino’s love hold with one of his own, punctuating it with a 124mph ace out wide. 9.43pm BST Second set: Mannarino 3-3 Murray* (*denotes next server) Elementary love hold for Mannarino, helped in part by a string of errors by Murray. 9.41pm BST Second set: *Mannarino 2-3 Murray (*denotes next server) Another hard-won hold for Murray, who at one point takes a ball to the back from point-blank range. From deuce a Mannarino winner sets up a break-point chance for the Frenchman but Murray saves it. Then Murray sprays a forehand and Mannarino will have another look at a break point. Murray saves it with a 112mph ace that Mannarino can only throw his racket at. Murray wrong-foots Mannarino with a forehand and he’ll have another game point and he converts it with a 123mph ace. Simple Minds playing on the stadium p.a. during the changeover, a little taste of home for Murray. 9.33pm BST Second set: Mannarino 2-2 Murray* (*denotes next server) Another relatively easy hold for Mannarino, who is not going away here. The Frenchman is giving Murray unpredictable looks, alternating pace and spin effectively. Very crafty tennis. 9.27pm BST Second set: *Mannarino 1-2 Murray (*denotes next server) Mannarino playing well at the moment, pounding another winner to put Murray behind love-15. But he rattles off three quick points, the third on a 128mph service winner, to move ahead 40-15. Mannarino pounces on Murray’s second serve to close it to 40-30, but the Scot crushes an approach winner at the net on the next point to secure the hold. 9.24pm BST Second set: Mannarino 1-1 Murray* (*denotes next server) Two quick points by Murray and Mannarino finds himself under pressure in a love-30 hole, but he rattles off three straight points, the last on a delayed line call that Murray bristles at, and he’s got a game point. The Frenchman seals the hold when a long rally ends with a Murray unforced error off the forehand side. 9.20pm BST Second set: *Mannarino 0-1 Murray (*denotes next server) Three quick points by Murray to make it 40-0 before Mannarino crushes a return winner from the forehand side. He’s clearly going for the lines on nearly every point. He then misses badly on a forehand to give Murray the opening game of the second set. 9.14pm BST First set: Mannarino 7-5 Murray Mannarino with a pair of forehand errors followed by a botched overhand and Murray will have triple break point. Mannarino saves the first with an inside-out return winner, then makes it 30-40 with a forehand. A Murray error brings it to deuce and Mannarino’s saved all three! A Mannarino service winner gives him a set point but Murray saves it with a backhand down the line. Finally Mannarino stakes another break and set point. This time he converts it with an overhand smash. Game on. @BryanAGraham waiting 4 the MMMM(MurrayMidMatchMeltdown)when he loses a few pts & starts screaming at himself, a full shot workout needed 9.05pm BST First set: *Mannarino 6-5 Murray (*denotes next server) Mannarino with a half-chance here at love-15, but he misplays a shot on the next point to make it 15-all. Another backhand error by Murray tightens the pressure at 15-30. The Scot levels the score with a winner but then overcooks a forehand and Mannarino will have another break-point opportunity, one he easily converts with a sharply angled approach winner. The Frenchman will serve for the first set after the changeover. 9.01pm BST First set: Mannarino 5-5 Murray* (*denotes next server) The players trade points. Then Mannarino hits a winner followed by a brilliant cross-court backhand that lands inside the lines to make it 30-30. Another Mannarino winner followed by a Murray error gives the hold to the Frenchman. 8.56pm BST First set: *Mannarino 4-5 Murray (*denotes next server) Mannarino with a look at Murray’s serve after hitting a winner to make it love-15, but Murray rattles off four straight points, capped by a 102mph ace out wide that Mannarino had no chance of returning. 8.53pm BST First set: Mannarino 4-4 Murray* (*denotes next server) An unforced error by Murray gives Mannarino the early edge, but Murray kisses a lob winner to level the score. Two quick points for Mannarino gives him a game point, then he puts away the set with an easy winner. 8.49pm BST First set: *Mannarino 3-4 Murray (*denotes next server) At 30-15, Murray pipes in aces of 112mph and 127mph to win the game. Clinical. 8.46pm BST First set: Mannarino 3-3 Murray* (*denotes next server) Mannarino falls behind on his serve again, this time a pair of misfires on the forehand side for love-30. Two errors by Murray, the latter the end the longest rally of the match, makes it 30-all. A Murray winner gives him another look at a break point, but an excellent serve helps the Frenchman. A low volley winner by Mannarino gives him game, but a misplayed shot brings it back to deuce. Mannarino muttering to himself between points. Andy dumps another into the net, then Mannarino responds in kind for deuce No3. A pair of Murray errors gives Mannarino another hard-won hold. 8.36pm BST First set: *Mannarino 2-3 Murray (*denotes next server) After trading points to open the game, Mannarino deflects a backhand into the net then follows it up with an overhand smash winner on the next point. 30-all. A 127mph ace, Murray’s third, gives him game point. He then wins the game on a Mannarino error. A third straight game to Murray after he lost the first two. 8.32pm BST First set: Mannarino 2-2 Murray* (*denotes next server) Mannarino pushes a ball into the net to fall behind on his serve once again, but he responds with two quick points. A Murray winner brings it to 30-all, but consecutive unforced errors by Mannarino – his sixth and seventh – give the break right back to Murray. 8.26pm BST First set: *Mannarino 2-1 Murray (*denotes next server) Murray’s serve starting to come on as he pounds a service winner and an ace in moving ahead 40-15. A sixth Mannarino winner pulls it to 40-30, but he sends a forehand long on the next point to give Murray the game. 8.23pm BST First set: Mannarino 2-0 Murray* (*denotes next server) A backhand winner down the line by Murray puts Mannarino in an early 0-15 hole. They trade unforced errors to make it 15-30, followed by a well played drop shot by Mannarino that knots it at 30-all. Mannarino with his third unforced error to give Murray a break-point chance at 30-40, but he cracks a 126mph ace to brng it to deuce. Approach winner by Mannarino pulls him within game point, and he holds when Murray can’t return the serve into the court on the following point. 8.18pm BST First set: *Mannarino 1-0 Murray (*denotes next server) Mannarino pounces on a Murray second serve and crushes a return winner into the open court. An eight-shot rally on the next point ends when the Frenchman dumps a forehand into the net. Another extended rally and this time it’s Murray who blinks. 15-30. An overcooked forehand by Murray and suddently Mannarino has a pair of break-point chances. He saves the first with a 126mph ace, but Mannarino pounds the Murray backhand repeatedly at 30-40 until Murray sends it into the net again. An early break. Can Mannarino back it up? 8.12pm BST Here we go Chair umpire Carlos Bernardes calls time and Murray, who won the coin toss and elected to serve, will serve first. 8.08pm BST Tale of the tape The players have emerged from the tunnel and have begun their warm-ups. Here’s a look at how they match up. 8.02pm BST Preamble Hello and welcome to Arthur Ashe Stadium for today’s second-round match between Andy Murray and France’s Adrian Mannarino. The winner will advance to a third-round match against Brazil’s Thomaz Bellucci, a winner over Yoshihito Nishioka on Court 13 earlier today. 6.19pm BST Bryan will be here shortly. In the mean time why not check out Kevin Mitchell’s account of Andy Murray’s first-round win over Nick Kyrgios. Andy Murray goes through, Nick Kyrgios goes down – but their hugely anticipated encounter on the second evening of the 2015 US Open, won in four don’t-look-away sets by the Scot, was more than a tennis match. It was a public examination of a tender psyche (Kyrgios’s, by the way), an entity wholly separate from the rest of the sport. This was like witnessing the flowering of a genius or the twitching of an extinct species, maybe both. Kyrgios, in the tradition of all rebels, not only seems to care little for the scoreboard, he plays tennis as if no such thing exists, and he had the perfect chess partner in Murray, who likes to move opponents around like pawns on a board. Continue reading...

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Jack Sock carried off court as heat and humidity take toll at US Open

Jack Sock carried off court as heat and humidity take toll at US Open

Player treated with ice towels as temperatures soar No28 seed unable to serve due to cramps High temperatures and humidity have taken their toll at the US Open after the No28 seed Jack Sock had to be helped off court during his second round match against Ruben Bemelmans. Sock had won the first two sets 6-4 but started to suffer with cramps in the third, which he lost 6-3. He had already been broken in the fourth after finding himself unable to serve at break point before a trainer came out and helped him to the ground. He was draped in ice towels and helped off court, forfeiting the match. Such was his exhaustion that he could not raise his arm when Bemelman offered a consoling handshake. Continue reading...

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