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Federer exits US Open in a major surprise

NEW YORK - Roger Federer's usual smoothness was gone, washed away in the river of sweat that plastered his shirt to his body on a steamy night. The world's No. 2 player, a 20-time Grand Slam champion and five-time conqueror of the craziness that is the U.S. Open, was being pushed around the court by world No. 55 John Millman of Australia in their fourth-round match Monday night and no one could believe it, least of all Federer.

His unforced errors and double faults

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