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US Open Gallery: The Battle And The War

Angelique Kerber may not have won on Monday, but no one has done more winning in 2012.

Published September 03, 2012 12:00

Ana Ivanovic was Monday's first winner, beating Tsvetana Pironkova to reach her first US Open quarterfinal.
Ana Ivanovic was Monday's first winner, beating Tsvetana Pironkova to reach her first US Open quarterfinal.
The second fourth round match of the day saw Andrea Hlavackova have a tough time in her first second week.
The second fourth round match of the day saw Andrea Hlavackova have a tough time in her first second week.
Serena Williams dropped a 60 60 defeat onto Andrea Hlavackova, her second career double bagel at a Slam.
Serena Williams dropped a 60 60 defeat onto Andrea Hlavackova, her second career double bagel at a Slam.
US actress Eva Longoria was in the stands for Serena Williams' fourth round match against Andrea Hlavackova.
US actress Eva Longoria was in the stands for Serena Williams' fourth round match against Andrea Hlavackova.
Over on Louis Armstrong Stadium, Angelique Kerber was looking for revenge against World No.10 Sara Errani.
Over on Louis Armstrong Stadium, Angelique Kerber was looking for revenge against World No.10 Sara Errani.
Sara Errani was responsible for Angelique Kerber's exit at the French Open, beating her in the quarterfinals.
Sara Errani was responsible for Angelique Kerber's exit at the French Open, beating her in the quarterfinals.
And Angelique Kerber had nothing but props for Sara Errani after succumbing to the Italian again, 76(5) 63.
And Angelique Kerber had nothing but props for Sara Errani after succumbing to the Italian again, 76(5) 63.
Angelique Kerber may have lost but she has won more than anyone this year - 56 matches, more than anyone.
Angelique Kerber may have lost but she has won more than anyone this year - 56 matches, more than anyone.
The last fourth round of the day saw World No.2 Agnieszka Radwanska suffer a 61 64 stunner to Roberta Vinci.
The last fourth round of the day saw World No.2 Agnieszka Radwanska suffer a 61 64 stunner to Roberta Vinci.
At 29, Roberta Vinci showed it's never too late to break through to your first Grand Slam quarterfinal.
At 29, Roberta Vinci showed it's never too late to break through to your first Grand Slam quarterfinal.
  • Ana Ivanovic was Monday's first winner, beating Tsvetana Pironkova to reach her first US Open quarterfinal.
  • The second fourth round match of the day saw Andrea Hlavackova have a tough time in her first second week.
  • Serena Williams dropped a 60 60 defeat onto Andrea Hlavackova, her second career double bagel at a Slam.
  • US actress Eva Longoria was in the stands for Serena Williams' fourth round match against Andrea Hlavackova.
  • Over on Louis Armstrong Stadium, Angelique Kerber was looking for revenge against World No.10 Sara Errani.
  • Sara Errani was responsible for Angelique Kerber's exit at the French Open, beating her in the quarterfinals.
  • And Angelique Kerber had nothing but props for Sara Errani after succumbing to the Italian again, 76(5) 63.
  • Angelique Kerber may have lost but she has won more than anyone this year - 56 matches, more than anyone.
  • The last fourth round of the day saw World No.2 Agnieszka Radwanska suffer a 61 64 stunner to Roberta Vinci.
  • At 29, Roberta Vinci showed it's never too late to break through to your first Grand Slam quarterfinal.
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