Gallery: The story from day five at the 2018 US Open
The US Open entered into a sixth day and delivered some typically outstanding tennis. This is what it looked like.
The big shock of the day was Alexander Zverev’s defeat as his Grand Slam woes continued.
Much to the annoyance of coach Ivan Lendl.
Roger Federer was typically serving up some brilliance on Arthur Ashe court.
And one shot in particular produced this stunning awe-inspire reaction from Nick Kyrgios.
Angelique Kerber was eliminated, meaning the will be different winners for all four Grand Slams for the second year in a row.
Maria Sharapova looked great, as usual, beneath the New York night sky.
Naomi Osaka was literally perfect though, winning her third round match 6-0 6-0.
Kei Nishikori pulled out all the stops against Diego Schwartzman to advance at the US Open.
And we are presuming that John Millman didn’t have his eyes closed all match.
As the day began to head to a close, Arthur Ashe Stadium welcomed Novak Djokovic…
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