US Open Tennis: The 4 Biggest Takeaways from Friday at Flushing

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US Open Tennis: The 4 Biggest Takeaways from Friday at Flushing
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Day 5 of the US Open is nearing its end, and Flushing Meadows was filled with drama on the first Friday of the tournament.

A top-three player on the women's side was knocked out in the third round, and a top-five player in the men's singles draw was on the verge of an exit but managed to fight back. Seeded players are starting to play each other, but there are still quite a few unseeded athletes looking to make their mark on the tournament.

Many women have already made their way into the round of 16, but there are still some spots left in the final 16. The men were still hashing out some second-round battles on Friday. Andy Roddick is currently facing off with Jack Sock in Arthur Ashe Stadium as I type.

Here are some memorable moments from the action on Day 5.

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