Day 8 at the US Open was a long one, so long in fact that Roger Federer and Juan Monaco didn't take the court until after 11:30 p.m.
Many of the day's matches ran for an extended period of time, with the wind also swirling away at the courts of Flushing Meadows. No player is safe at this point of the tournament, and the wind was just another factor causing the top seeds discomfort.
Regardless of the conditions, some great tennis was played on Monday, with no completely one-sided results during the matches.
Here's a look at the four biggest stories from Day 8 at the Open.