US Open Men's Tennis 2012: 8 Biggest Winners and Losers from Day 4

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US Open Men's Tennis 2012: 8 Biggest Winners and Losers from Day 4
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Four days in, the 2012 U.S. Open has had its usual surprises, dominant performances by the top players and, of course, the rousing and always entertaining New York crowd.

In all, the final Grand Slam of the year—and the only one featuring some of the best and most famous matches under the New York lights—has been an interesting one. American players have come out in droves and are so far experiencing a fair amount of success.

Then, of course, there are the usual tennis masters, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, who are absolutely breezing through the draw.

It is on the men's side that top seeds have already gone down, that players have given up two-sets-to-love leads and that one former American hope announced his impending retirement. Incredibly, all of these things happened on Thursday.

So in celebration of the fourth day of U.S. Open action, here are the top four winners and losers of the men's side from Thursday's Grand Slam action.

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