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4.48amThat concludes Sports Mole's coverage of day 10 at the US Open. We will be back at 5pm to bring you Janko Tipsarevic vs. David Ferrer and Juan Martin del Potro vs. Novak Djokovic.
4.43amFederer converted four out of six break points (67%), while Berdych was five from 11 (45%).
4.41amBerdych outaced Federer 14 to seven. Both players produced three double faults.
4.40amBerdych delivered the fastest serve at a speed of 137mph.
4.39amThe Czech won 119 points in total, compared to his opponent's 106.
4.38amBerdych hit 30 winners and made 21 unforced errors.
4.37amFederer made 44 winners, however one of the major factors behind his defeat were the 40 unforced errors that he produced.
4.36amHere are some of the key stats from Berdych's stunning shock win.
4.33amSo, it will be sixth seed Tomas Berdych who will take on Britain's Andy Murray for a place in the final at Flushing Meadows. As mentioned earlier, the Czech has a 4-2 winning record against the Scot.
Murray 3-6 7-6(4) 6-2 *1-0 CilicMurray Breaks! He is on his way to the semi-finals. I know it, he knows it and Pippa Middleton, who is watching on with a glazed expression from the stands, probably knows it too!
12.38amTwo break points for Murray. Cilic is getting desperate, trying to change his fortunes. The Croatian rushes to the net, only to get a metaphorical nose bleed and paddle the ugliest of volleys four feet wide.
12.36amA third unsuccessful challenge from Cilic within a matter of minutes. The Croatian had indeed crashed wide and is 0-15 down as a result.
Murray 3-6 7-6(4) 6-2 CilicSecond Set to Murray! Two more big first serves clinch a difficult game for the British number one. He is now one set away from a place in the last four at Flushing Meadows.
12.31amThe Croatian slices wide and, despite a desperate challenge, we are at deuce.
12.08amI believe that Murray's superior fitness will start to play a huge role in this match very soon. Cilic, who was forced to do a lot of running during the backend of set two, changed his shirt, shorts and socks during the set interval. Sweaty.
Murray 3-6 7-6(4) *1-2 CilicAnother comfortable hold for Cilic - this time to love - but you call Andy Murray flared jeans because he has made a huge comeback here!
12.02amAnyway, that's enough from me for this evening. I'll now hand you over to the enlightening mind of Robert Summerscales, who will guide you through to the close of play. Enjoy!
11.57pmThe Louis Armstrong Stadium is starting to fill up nicely now following the conclusion of Andy Roddick's match. Speaking of Roddick, you can see what the sporting world has had to say about his retirement here.
Murray 3-6 6-5* CilicMurray blasts through his service game to go ahead for the first time in the set. Not quite a full-blown momentum shift, but the Brit is in this match now.
Murray 3-6 *5-5 CilicBREAK! Cilic cracks! The Croatian double faults and we're back to 5-5. Murray won four straight games and is right back in this.
11.33pmGreat work from Cilic and somehow it's back to deuce!
11.31pmHere we go. Cilic hits the net with a backhand and Murray has three break points...
Murray 3-6 4-5* CilicA simple hold for Murray puts the pressure back on Cilic. Can the Croatian hold to take the second set?
Murray 3-6 *3-5 CilicBREAK! Hang on a minute, this set ain't over yet. Murray whips a forehand winner past Cilic and he has one break back.
11.24pmGreat stuff from both men but Murray gets it to deuce with a smart volley at the net following a full-blooded rally.
Murray 3-6 2-5* CilicWhoosh! A wonderful forehand from Murray brings up game point before he puts it away with an ace. Cilic serving for the second set and a 2-0 lead.
Murray 3-6 *1-5 CilicMurray was working his backhand well there and had the chance for a break point, but Cilic rallies to hold. The Scot serving to stay in this second set now.
11.11pmAndy Roddick: "I love you guys with all my heart.
"Hopefully I'll come back to this place someday and see you all again.
"One thing I'm not scared of about retirement are the people that I go home to."
Murray 3-6 1-4* CilicBREAK! Big problems for Murray now as he's broken for the second time in the set. He's still not with it out there.
Murray 3-6 *1-3 CilicThat's a fine game from Cilic. One minute he's putting pressure at the net, the next he's on the baseline whacking chunks out of the ball. His all-round game has been superb so far.
11.03pmWe'll have more reaction to that on the site as and when we get it but in the meantime Murray has held for the first time in the set to make it 1-2 with Cilic to serve.
11.02pmThere it is then. Andy Roddick's great career comes to an end after he is defeated by Juan Martin Del Potro. We knew this day was coming after he announced last week that he would be retiring when his run at the tournament ended. The American claimed 32 titles during his career but his crowning achievement was his win here at Flushing Meadows in 2003. There are plenty of tears out on the Arthur Ashe court as we bid farewell to a modern great.
10.58pmGAME, SET AND MATCH! Roddick 7-6(1) 6-7(4) 2-6 4-6 Del Potro
Murray 3-6 *0-2 CilicIt took some time but Cilic finally holds after Murray goes wide with a backhand. That was a fairly gruelling game and, quite possibly, a pivotal one in this embryonic second set.
10.54pmCilic saves another break point with ANOTHER smash...
10.52pmThese two really going at it in this game. Murray has the chance for another break point but and intense rally sees Cilic put home the smash to make it deuce.
10.51pmBut Murray himself finds the net with a backhand return.
10.50pmHis forehand hits the net again and brings up the break point for Murray.
10.50pmJust as I laud Cilic's consistency, he finds the net and it's deuce on his serve.
Murray 3-6 0-1* CilicBREAK! This isn't looking good for Murray as he is broken again. Cilic is just too good at the moment, harrying all over the court and putting away the shots that matter.
10.40pmMeanwhile, it's looking like Andy Roddick's career could have the curtain brought down on it sooner rather than later. He's already two sets to one down against Juan Martin Del Potro but the Argentine leads 4-2 in the fourth.
10.39pmCilic holds to take the set but that last game came down to one point. Murray hit what looked to be a good forehand, but it was called out. He challenged the call but HawkEye showed that it was out but a whisker. Cilic then put away a forehand to take the set and land the first blow in this one.
10.07pmBREAK! Oh dear. Murray whacks long and Cilic has the break. Not the start the Brit was hoping for.
Murray *0-1 CilicCilic gets the ball rolling with a fairly routine hold. It's a real sickener looking at those empty seats on Armstrong. There are plenty of fans there but you can forget about any sort of atmosphere.
10.00pmHere we go them, it'll be Cilic to serve first...
9.58pmMurray and Cilic are both going through their knock up now...
9.57pmMeanwhile, it looks like Andy Roddick is in trouble in the third set against Juan Martin Del Potro. The American is down 1-4 in that one with the match tied at one set all.
9.54pmSo, Marin Cilic emerges from the tunnel first to a light smattering of applause. Now it's Murray's turn and there's a bit more volume for the Brit. However, there are plenty of empty seats in the stadium. I'm guessing that's because of the late change of court and the ensuing logistical chaos that brings.
9.51pmThe last time that these two met was on the green, green grass of Wimbledon this year. Murray took that fourth-round tie in straight sets.
9.50pmHowever, Cilic's only triumph came right here at the US Open back in 2009. The Croatian recorded a surprise 7-5 6-2 6-2 win that day.
9.49pmThere's a bit of history between these two, but Murray currently has the upper hand with six victories from their seven encounters.
9.41pmAnyway, we're leaving this one for now to begin our coverage of Andy Murray's quarter-final tie with Marin Cilic inside the Louis Armstrong Stadium.
9.40pmOne thing you can be sure of, however, is that the home crowd will be doing their best to cheer Roddick over the finish line. They don't want to see him retire just yet.
9.40pmRoddick fails to get back a fizzing Del Potro forehand and the Argentine has the second set. You just get the feeling that the Argentine may prove too much for Roddick now.
Roddick 6-1 *5-6 Del PotroDel Potro using his trademark meaty forehand to grind Roddick down there and hold. Roddick serving to stay in the set.
9.23pmIncidentally, the winner of this one will take on Djokovic in the semi-finals.
Roddick 6-1 5-5* Del PotroDel Potro just can't live with the Roddick serve again as the American holds. Neither men really looking like they'll crack at the moment. (When I type that, someone usually cracks.)
9.19pmAs mentioned previously, we'll be following Murray's match with Cilic as soon as that one gets underway.
9.18pmWe're not too sure what's wrong with Wawrinka but it looks like he may have been suffering with an illness.
9.16pmAnd it looks like Murray will be on sooner rather than later as Stanislas Wawrinka is forced to retire through injury in his match with Novak Djokvovic. The Swiss had lost the first two sets and was 1-3 down in the second before he pulled out. A real shame for Stan, but defending champion Djokovic marches on.
9.14pmGAME, SET AND MATCH! Djokovic 6-4 6-1 3-1(ret.) Wawrinka
9.13pmIt's probably worth pointing out that we'll be leaving this match as soon as Murray starts his fourth-round tie with Marin Cilic. Home interest and all that.
9.12pmRoddick had a friendly chat with the umpire during that game. I think he was unhappy with a television camera. The cameraman quickly disappeared back into his bunker.
9.11pmOh, and that Murray match has also been moved to Louis Armstrong Stadium.
9.10pmNews coming out of Flushing Meadows says that Andy Murray's match with Marin Cilic will not be before 4.45pm local time. If my knowledge of time zones is up to scratch, I make that not before 9.45pm our time.
Roddick 6-1 3-3* Del PotroRoddick's serve once again helps him through to hold. Is this the last ever time we'll be seeing the iconic shot?
9.03pmBrilliant from Roddick. The pair get involved in another hard-hitting rally before the American wins the point with a deft volley. He's been quite superb at the net during this tournament.
8.26pmRoddick and Del Potro will be locked in a first-set tie-break when they return. A-Rod is currently leading 1-0 against the Argentine. You feel it's a set that Roddick must win if he is stand any chance of winning.
8.24pmSET! Don't worry though, we won't be completely ignoring Djoko! He's just one the first set of his match against Wawrinka 6-4.
8.23pmRight, where do we go from here then? With Novak Djokovic on court you'd think we would be heading there wouldn't you? Well, no! We are staying at the Arthur Ashe Stadium, where the retiring Andy Roddick will resume his match against Juan Martin Del Potro shortly.
8.12pmSET! Tipsarevic is now two sets to the good over Kohlschreiber following a 7-5 tie-break success.
Bartoli 6-3 3-6 4-5* SharapovaBREAK! And that, could be that! Awesome attack from Sharapova against Bartoli, who gave everything she had. It wasn't enough though and Sharapova is now serving for the match.
Bartoli 6-3 3-6 *0-0 SharapovaSET! Sharapova ends up cruising to the second set. She is looking good now as the match heads into a decider. Bartoli will have to match her or this could be over very soon.
5.39pmThe rest of the field are rated as: Del Potro - 14/1, Ferrer - 25/1, Berdych - 40/1, Roddick - 66/1, Wawrinka - 100/1, Tipsarevic - 100/1, Cilic - 100-1 and Kohlschreiber - 250/1.
5.36pmIn the men's draw, defending champion Novak Djokovic is currently the favourite at 11/10. He is followed by world number one Roger Federer, who is rated as a 12/5 chance. Then comes Andy Murray at 10/3.
5.35pmRight, to pass some time, let's take a look at some of the odds to win the US Open outright...
5.30pmWEATHER UPDATE! It's still raining I'm afraid. However, blue sky does appear to be heading in the direction of Flushing Meadows. Still around an hour away from play though I'd say.
5.21pmAwaiting an update from the organisers. They are being pretty quiet at the moment. That may be because this rain has forced them to play around with the schedule like they were forced to do yesterday.
5.12pmSky Sports are obviously not holding out much hope of play at the moment. They are now screening an encounter between American legend Pete Samprass and Andre Agassi.
5.10pmThat was not "sprinkles" by the way! It was full on rain! Reports claim this could happen for the most of the evening unfortunately.
5.08pmUS Open on Twitter: "HERE COMES THE RAIN AGAIN: Sprinkles have forced #Sharapova and #Bartoli inside."
5.05pmWEATHER UPDATE: For crying out loud! There they were warming up and the rain falls once again! The players exit the court and no play will happen any time soon!
5.02pmShe may be 4-0 up, but Bartoli has never taken a set off Sharapova before. It will be interesting to see how this one starts. I'm expecting Shara to have improved dramatically after yesterday's brief display.
5.01pmSharapova and Bartoli are now going through their warm-ups on the Arthur Ashe Stadium...
4.59pmSo, as mentioned earlier, we'll be keeping a close eye on Sharapova vs. Bartoli. The Italian duo of Vinci and Errani are also due on at the same time and will be keeping you updated on that one.
4.50pmHurrah! An update has just informed us that the players are expected on court in ten minutes time! It's looking brighter in New York at the moment. Let's hope it stays that way.
4.46pmAnd a little bit more: "Air blowers are working their windy magic on #ashe." Is that a good sign? Let's hope so!
4.43pmTwitter message from the US Open's official site again: "Play is currently suspended. Once the rain ends we will dry the courts & play will resume."
4.41pmOh dear, here it comes! A 1984 encounter involving Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe. Best get comfy.
4.36pmI'm dreading the moment that our live feed decides to screen a replay from earlier in the tournament or beyond. When that happens, no play is expected any time soon.
4.31pmIf and when play does get underway, we'll be focusing on Sharapova versus Bartoli initially. It's currently 4-0 to Bartoli in the opening set.
4.26pmA Twitter post from the official US Open site: "The courts were dry...they are wet again... #usopen." Try covering them?!
4.24pmThe main reason, so we are told, is because the covers are "unsightly". This is the US Open, not the Milan catwalk!
4.23pmI may have moaned about this at length yesterday, but why on earth do they not cover the courts at Flushing Meadows? It takes longer for play to resume, while for my money it seems to make the surface more dangerous for the players.
4.19pmTwo men that are currently braving the rain are the Serbian duo of Novak Djokovic and Janko Tipsarevic on the practice courts. Both have round four matches pencilled in for tonight.
4.17pmWEATHER ALERT! Unfortunately, it's raining! Quite heavily to be honest. Add to that a bit of thunder and any chance of play any time soon is looking slim.
4.15pmThe night will conclude with Serena Williams vs. Ana Ivanovic, before world number Roger Federer takes on Tomas Berdych.
4.12pmThen it's all about the men for a while. The last eight meetings of Andy Roddick vs. Juan Martin Del Potro, Stanilas Wawrinka vs. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray vs. Marin Cilic should take us through to around midnight (weather permitting).
4.11pmThe women's quarter-finals will be up first. Maria Sharapova currently trails Marion Bartoli 4-0 in the opening set, while the Italian duo of Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci are yet to start.
4.09pmThe dreaded wet stuff caused havoc at Flushing Meadows yesterday and as a result only two matches were completed. Consequently, we have an extended order of play for today.
4.05pmAfternoon all! Right, keep everything crossed for limited rain today because at the moment it's not looking to positive I'm afraid.