Andy Murray played the role of a fan Saturday night at the U.S. Open, hanging out with fellow Scot Sean Connery.
After winning his semifinal match against Tomas Berdych, Murray seemed confident about his chances to win his first major.
His record in Grand Slam finals has mirrored that of his current coach, Ivan Lendl. And if that goes according to script, Murray will get his first US Open title to go with the Olympic gold last month.
Looking at his performance in the previous rounds, there is little doubt that Murray can beat Novak Djokovic (or is it David Ferrer?) in the final.
Let us play back his previous rounds to see how dominant he has been.