Rain, rain go away

Rain, rain go away

Weather delays U.S. Open finish, aids Murray in semifinals
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Britain’s Andy Murray made the best of a windy U.S. Open semifinal in his win over Czech Republic’s Tomas Berdych, adjusting to swerving shots made tricky by the wind with all sorts of slices and spins, dinks and dunks.
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Serbia’s Novak Djokovic had to wait a day to finish his semifinal match. Djokovic was trailing fourth-seeded David Ferrer 5-2 after about a half-hour of action when tournament referee Brian Earley came out on court and told the players and the chair umpire that they needed to stop Saturday.
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After David Ferrer and Novak Djokovic’s semifinal match was delayed by weather Saturday, the U.S. Open won’t finish up until Monday, delayed a extra day for the fifth consecutive year.
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