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US Open Day 3 Gallery

All the best shots from Day 3 of the Open - as well a prelude to the night match.

Published September 01, 2010 12:00

Ana Ivanovic snapped a two-match losing streak to Zheng Jie in the first match of the day, 63 60.
Ana Ivanovic snapped a two-match losing streak to Zheng Jie in the first match of the day, 63 60.
Ana Ivanovic stopped in at ESPN after her victory.
Ana Ivanovic stopped in at ESPN after her victory.
A signed photo of Kim Clijsters and Sally Peers when Peers was just a kid - and idolized Clijsters.
A signed photo of Kim Clijsters and Sally Peers when Peers was just a kid - and idolized Clijsters.
Venus Williams came back to win the first set tie-break and eventually beat Rebecca Marino, 76(3) 63.
Venus Williams came back to win the first set tie-break and eventually beat Rebecca Marino, 76(3) 63.
Venus Williams visited the ESPN set after her win.
Venus Williams visited the ESPN set after her win.
Francesca Schiavone continued to cruise at the Open, beating fellow Italian Maria Elena Camerin, 62 61.
Francesca Schiavone continued to cruise at the Open, beating fellow Italian Maria Elena Camerin, 62 61.
Virginie Razzano broke a 2-2 head-to-head tie with fellow Frenchwoman Marion Bartoli with a 75 64 win.
Virginie Razzano broke a 2-2 head-to-head tie with fellow Frenchwoman Marion Bartoli with a 75 64 win.
Daniela Hantuchova improved to 5-0 lifetime against Vania King with a hard-fought 57 63 64 win Wednesday.
Daniela Hantuchova improved to 5-0 lifetime against Vania King with a hard-fought 57 63 64 win Wednesday.
Alona Bondarenko finished strong to beat Melanie Oudin, 62 75, winning the last 12 points of the match.
Alona Bondarenko finished strong to beat Melanie Oudin, 62 75, winning the last 12 points of the match.
Agnes Szavay couldn't repeat her Open quarterfinal run from 2007, losing to Flavia Pennetta second round.
Agnes Szavay couldn't repeat her Open quarterfinal run from 2007, losing to Flavia Pennetta second round.
  • Ana Ivanovic snapped a two-match losing streak to Zheng Jie in the first match of the day, 63 60.
  • Ana Ivanovic stopped in at ESPN after her victory.
  • A signed photo of Kim Clijsters and Sally Peers when Peers was just a kid - and idolized Clijsters.
  • Venus Williams came back to win the first set tie-break and eventually beat Rebecca Marino, 76(3) 63.
  • Venus Williams visited the ESPN set after her win.
  • Francesca Schiavone continued to cruise at the Open, beating fellow Italian Maria Elena Camerin, 62 61.
  • Virginie Razzano broke a 2-2 head-to-head tie with fellow Frenchwoman Marion Bartoli with a 75 64 win.
  • Daniela Hantuchova improved to 5-0 lifetime against Vania King with a hard-fought 57 63 64 win Wednesday.
  • Alona Bondarenko finished strong to beat Melanie Oudin, 62 75, winning the last 12 points of the match.
  • Agnes Szavay couldn't repeat her Open quarterfinal run from 2007, losing to Flavia Pennetta second round.
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