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Adrian Mannarino - Andy Murray
US Open men - 3 September 2015

US Open – Follow the Tennis match between Adrian Mannarino and Andy Murray live with Eurosport. The match starts at 18:00 on 3 September 2015. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.
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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 6-3 6-1 Mannarino. Game, set and match! Andy Murray gets it done, recovering from 2 sets down to almost coast through. A win is a win, and it's the 8th time in the former champion's career he has achieved such a victory.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 6-3 5-1 Mannarino. Another Mannarino service game, another Murray break. The Frenchman isn't even attempting to run for some balls. He can't. He's completely cooked, and the time has almost come for Murray to remove him from the oven.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 6-3 3-0 Mannarino. No sympathy from Murray on the other side of the net. The Scotsman goes off to the kitchen, returns with a bag of salt and proceeds to rub the whole bag into Mannarino's gory, gaping wounds. In tennis terms, he smashes down a few more big serves and marches to his seat.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 6-3 2-0 Mannarino. Errors gallore from Mr Mannarino, who looks physically finished out there on Ashe. The Frenchman relinquishes his serve in a flash/.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 6-3 1-0 Mannarino. An easy hold for Mr Murray to begin the fifth set. Many more booming first serves, and he marches to the other side, looking like he's in the first game of the match.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 6-3 Mannarino. Quite the crumble from Mannarino in this final game. The Frenchman all but hands over the fourth set with a terrible service game, ending in a woeful double fault. Off to five sets we go.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 5-3 Mannarino. Another booming service game from Murray, and the Scot puts him within a game of a fifth set. Quick, efficient and businesslike from the third seed.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 4-3 Mannarino. Normal service out on Ashe, literally. Murray pounds down a first-serve heavy hold, Mannarino responds with a very good hold of serve also. Credit to Mannarino for staying close to the Scot, and even showing glimpses of his earlier play. It's a long shot, but the set still isn't over.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 3-2 Mannarino. Mannarino, in an attempt to rediscover the glory days of the first set, pushes the Murray service game to deuce. The Scot responds by smashing down two big serves and shrugging as his break is consolidated.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 3-1 Mannarino. Mannarino, in attempt to rediscover the glory days of the first set, pushes the Murray service game to deuce. The Scot responds by smashing down two big serves and shrugging as his break is consolidated.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 2-1 Mannarino. The Murray momentum continues as the Scotsman absentmindedly sends Mannarino scuttling around every part of the court. Eventually, the Frenchman reaches his breaking point and throws in a limp double fault on break point.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 6-1 Mannarino. Set! Murray captures the third set with complete and utter ease, before roaring and marching to his chair. Suddenly, this match has a whole different complexion.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 5-1 Mannarino. Andy Murray marches on. Another return game, another break. The Scot is in Mannarino's head, and the result is a leisurely cruise through another Mannarino service game.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 4-1 Mannarino. Andy Murray is coming. The third seed sends Mannarino from side to side before pivoting on a full-twisting backhand down the line. He holds with an almighty roar.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 3-0 Mannarino. As one would expect from such a seasoned veteran, Murray quickly couples his break with a quick, efficient hold. The third seed is on the move here in set three. We'll see if Mannarino can stick with him.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 2-0 Mannarino. A breakthrough for Mr Murray at last. For once, the swinging Mannarino lefty serve has become a little too predictable. On break point, Murray makes him pay for it with a searing backhand return. A breakthrough at last, and the Scot celebrates with a roar.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 1-0 Mannarino. At the start of a third set, the Scot finds that trusty first serve again and eases to his first game of the set.

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Murray 5-7 4-6 Mannarino. Game and set. Mannarino serves out the set to love with aggression, flair and the coolest head around. A brilliant performance from the Frenchman thus far, but he still has to do all that one more time.

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Murray 5-7 4-5 Mannarino. Well, there it is. As the second set wore on, the question was whether Mannarino would continue his transcendent play and actually couple that with some good returning, or whether the Frenchman would crumble and open the door for the 2012 champ to strut in. It turns out the former is true, as the Frenchman plays a brilliant return game, breaking to love after more deep, punishing groundstrokes. He'll now serve for a shocking two set lead.

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Murray 5-7 4-4 Mannarino. Mannarino cruises to 40-0, only to fall apart and find himself staring down a break point. Could this be the moment he crumbles? Nope. He sends a screamer of an ace straight down the T, then duly cleans the rest of the hold up.

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Murray 5-7 4-3 Mannarino. Once again, the serve is behind everything good from Murray right now. He smashes down a few such big serves, and takes his seat at the change of ends.

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Murray 5-7 3-3 Mannarino. Mannarino shrugs off the missed opportunities and smashes down another easy service game. Both groundstrokes still flowing, mindset still brilliantly aggressive. He levels the set up with ease.

 

Murray 5-7 3-2 Mannarino. Murray edges back ahead, but not before being forced to save multiple break points with big serves. The serve is one of the few things working for the Brit right now, and he's getting completely outmatched from the ground.

 

Bedene 6-3 4-6 1-1 Young. Donald Young is really feeling himself at the moment and times a beautiful forehand down the line to hold, after a series of not dissimilar blows. The home favourite levels things up in the third set.

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Murray 5-7 2-2 Mannarino. Mannarino is easily playing one of the most aggressive matches of his career, and the barrage continues. The Frenchman is so lethal off both sides right now, and he sprints to capture another hold.

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Murray 5-7 2-1 Mannarino. A couple of crucial hiccups aside, Murray's serve has been very potent today. Once again, he slams down some first serves, and he's back in his chair in the blink of an eye.

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Murray 5-7 1-1 Mannarino. Mannarino isn't about to let Murray punch back so easily. From 0-30, the Frenchman gets to work and quickly moves on through. The Frenchman continues to be incredibly aggressive, and the question is how long he can keep it up for.

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Murray 5-7 1-0 Mannarino. Mannarino is still pushing and attacking, but the Murray serve surfaces again and pushes the Frenchman aside. An easy start to set two for the third seed.

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Murray 5-7 Mannarino. Set! It was a struggle, and Murray really pushed for a break, but the Fenchman stuck to his guns and remained aggressive enough to stay ahead and seal it off. Now he only has to do this twice more. Easy.

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Murray 5-6 Mannarino. Some brilliant play from the Frenchman in both offence and defence, and it's Mannarino who takes perhaps a crucial break. After some great anticipation to turn the 30-30 point around, the Frenchman pounces on the Murray return and makes off with the spoils.

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Murray 5-5 Mannarino. Mannarinois insisting on being a thorn in Murray's side at the moment. As Murray attempts to push for the grand break, the Frenchman pushes back and quickly levels the game up.

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Murray 5-4 Mannarino. Six aces in 5 games from Murray, including one to serve the game out. When the serve is clicking as it currently is, there isn't much else to do. The British number one strolls ahead again.

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Murray 4-4 Mannarino. A stylish service game from Mannarino to bring the score level, finishing with a slick inside out forehand. So far, he's sticking with Murray well.

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Bedene 6-3 2-1 Young. After a long run, the Young errors finally dry up. The talented American connects with some brilliant, slick forehands, and the quality of his play catches Bedene unaware and brings it back on serve.

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Murray 4-3 Mannarino. Some big serving from Murray, and the Scot happily marches through another quick service game with very few issues.

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Murray 3-3 Mannarino. An endless, exhausting game ensues as Mannarino decides to halt the aggression and lengthen the points. It's probably not a tactic that will work in the long run, but as Murray huffs and puffs between the points, the Frenchman slyly makes off with the game and levels it up.

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Murray 2-2 Mannarino. The Mannarino lead doesn't last too long. After struggling with his return of serve early in his second return game, it all comes together. Some penetrating, deep backhands, and we're all square again.

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Murray 1-2 Mannarino. Murray finds his first serve, and with it the Scot also very quickly finds his first game of the match. The Scot still stands a break down, but he's keeping in touch.

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Murray 0-2 Mannarino. Not a bad start for Mr Mannarino, however. Murray very quickly pushes for a rapid break back, but the Frenchman is feeling it and crushing the ball with his magnificently abbreviated strokes. He duly holds to consolidate the break.

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Murray 0-1 Mannarino. A slow, sleepy start for Andy Murray over on Ashe. The former champion can only watch as the Frenchman slaps a couple of brilliant, efficient returns and skips ahead early on.

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Bedene 2-2 Young. Meanwhile, Brit Aljaz Bedene and Donald Young kick off with a pair of breaks on court 18. The American took first blood, but the Brit was quick to reel him back in. The pair are quite equally matched, so this could run for a while.