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For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York: Roger Federer recorded his 80th US Open win and 17th in 17th meetings with grizzled Russian Mikhail Youzhny on Thursday to reach the last 32 where he was joined by Andrey Rublev the latest teenage upstart in New York Federer 36 needed a second successive five-setter to reach the third round with a 6-1 6-7 (3/7) 4-6 6-4 6-2 win over fellow veteran Youzhny just one year his junior Five-time champion and third seed Federer had also needed five sets to see off US teenager Frances Tiafoe in the first round Roger Federer of Switzerland reacts after defeating Mikhail Youzhny of Russia AP The 36-year-old next faces another 35-year-old Feliciano Lopez of Spain for a place in the last 16 His record against Lopez is just as solid — 12-0 "It was quite a lot of fun out there I feel quite warmed up by now" said Australian Open and Wimbledon champion Federer who fired 63 winners and 68 unforced errors Youzhny admitted he had cramped which meant he could move left to right but not forward and back "That was hard to watch" said Federer "But this was probably the best match we have played against each other" Rublev became the second teenager to make the third round when he stunned Bulgarian seventh seed Grigor Dimitrov 7-5 7-6 (7/3) 6-3 Rublev just 19 and World No 53 joins 18-year-old Denis Shapovalov of Canada in the last 32 at a Grand Slam event for the first time "It’s an amazing feeling I’m very happy to win this match" said Rublev after stunning Cincinnati Masters champion Dimitrov However 19-year-old Taylor Fritz of the United States was unable to join Rublev and Shapovalov in the next round when he lost 6-4 6-4 4-6 7-5 to Austrian sixth seed Dominic Thiem Thiem saved 16 of 18 break points he faced in a stalwart defensive display Also going through to the last 32 was 2009 champion Juan Martín Del Potro the 24th seeded Argentine who saw off Spanish qualifier Adrian Menendez-Maceiras 6-2 6-3 7-6 (7/3) Top seed Rafael Nadal the 2010 and 2013 champion faces Japan’s Taro Daniel the New York-born World No 121 in the night session Belgian ninth seed David Goffin saw off Guido Pella of Argentina 3-6 7-6 (7/5) 6-7 (2/7) 7-6 (7/4) 6-3 in a marathon 4hr 12min match He will face French 18th seed Gael Monfils a semi-finalist in 2016 who downed Donald Young of the United States 6-3 6-7 (3/7) 6-4 2-6 7-5 Women play longest match A record was set when American Shelby Rogers and 25th-seeded Australian Daria Gavrilova played out the longest ever women’s singles match Their 3hr 33min clash saw Rogers win 7-6 (8/6) 4-6 7-6 (7/5) on a fifth match point in a final set that lasted 90 minutes Their second-round tie on Court 10 went past the previous longest of the 3 hours and 23 minutes it took Johanna Konta to beat Garbine Muguruza in the second round two years ago Karolina Pliskova had to battle back from a set down to make the last 32 and hang on to her World No 1 spot The Czech player who was runner-up in 2016 downed American qualifier Nicole Gibbs 2-6 6-3 6-4 She was joined in the third round by fourth seed Elina Svitolina one of the contenders to her top ranking and French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko "It’s easier for the other girls to play me as there is more pressure being number one" said Pliskova who would have lost top spot had she lost Ukraine’s Svitolina reached the last 32 for a third successive year by breezing past Russia’s Evgeniya Rodina 6-4 6-4 Ostapenko the 12th-seeded Latvian made the third round for the first time with a 6-4 6-4 win against Romania’s Sorana Cirstea Japan’s Naomi Osaka just 19 followed up her win over defending champion Angelique Kerber with a 6-3 4-6 7-5 win over Denisa Allertova of the Czech Republic Written by Bharat Sundaresan | Pune | Updated: February 25 2017 8:06 am Steve O’Keefe was deemed the weakest of Australian bowlers by Shane Warne (Source:Reuters) Top News STEPHEN O’KEEFE is closing in on 200 days since his last beer His last ‘cold one’ had landed him in big trouble last August when he was embroiled in a boozy spat at Manly’s Steyne Hotel where he allegedly even abused a few policemen He was not only fined $10000 for his actions by Cricket Australia and sent to counselling; O’Keefe also received a final ultimatum to shape in or ship out from chief selector Rod Marsh It was a difficult time for him who’d just returned prematurely from a much-awaited maiden tour to the subcontinent after injuring himself in Sri Lanka His career was at the crossroads He immediately decided to go cold turkey for the rest of the summer and as time wore on even stopped counting the days On Friday the 32–year-old relatively unknown left-arm spinner serving a self-imposed alcohol ban lifted Aussie spirits on a dry—owing to it being Mahashivratri—day and a drier pitch in Pune Playing in only his fourth Test he ran through the Indians in a mere 25 balls finishing with 6/35 including three wickets in a single over and a spell which read 41-1-5-6 Along the way he didn’t just surprise the Indians but a majority of them back home including Shane Warne who was incidentally in the commentary box at the MCA Stadium Warne has repeatedly questioned the inclusion of O’Keefe in the Test squad in the past saying that he hopes to see him actually spin the ball rather than stick to bowling flat and defensively He’d also called O’Keefe the ‘weakest’ of the Aussie bowlers even on Friday on Star Sports a few minutes before the spinner commenced his demolition job But it’s a perception issue that O’Keefe has had to deal with pretty much throughout his career To an extent it’s not misplaced considering that he does indeed thrive on being a nagging presence with the ball rather than trying to deceive or trick the batsmen out In the past he’s had to deal with much harsher and more scathing reviews about his bowling from Terry Jenner the man who discovered Warne He had even likened his stint at the academy under Jenner to the movie Whiplash recalling Jenner having never been impressed with anything he bowled and rather looking at it with disgust Though he was affected by the constant rebuttals early on they soon turned into ‘white noise’ for O’Keefe as he then chose to instead stick to his own strengths and be comfortable in his own skin It’s a line he would repeat on Friday following his awe-inspiring performance The irony though is that O’Keefe who has completed a dozen years of first-class cricket has still remained the most successful spinner in the Sheffield Shield over the last few seasons averaging in the mid-twenties which these days is a rarity for a spinner Down Under His Test chances were far and few in between with his long-standing sparring partner Nathan Lyon having established himself as a premier spinner And as O’Keefe revealed here there were fears that his change might have come and gone for good to the subcontinent especially after the injury in Sri Lanka “I always though Indian tour was there but it was almost unreachable” he said There’s also some trivia attached with O’Keefe’s Test career as he is the first-ever Malaysian-born cricketer to don the Baggy Green He spent the first four years of his life there owing to his father being in the Air Force His mother Jann therefore had to take over the responsibility of young Stephen and his cricket once the family moved to Australia sans the father And she did so by working all night as a nurse but still never fail to chauffeur her son to the cricket ground during the day O’Keefe even recalled some of those rides in an interview to The Guardian recently “She used to work as a night duty Nurse in the emergency department before driving me 65 kilometres from Richmond to the SCG for under 17s training” O’Keefe says “Our blue Ford Laser didn’t have air conditioning and I’d be kicking the back seat blaming her for my terrible net She’d had zero sleep and had probably dealt with drunks all night and I was worried about being dehydrated She made incredible sacrifices for me” he had said O’Keefe however had spoken to cricketcomau recently about his own experiences of chauffeuring a certain cricketer around Sydney a few years ago Someone he unfortunately didn’t get the opportunity to bowl “About six years ago when Virat Kohli was at the academy and a no-name I used to drive him around so that he could ASICS shoes So since I looked after him a bit there I’m sure he owns a shoe factory now so hopefully I could get a pair of shoes from him” he’d said O’Keefe might have proven a lot of people wrong here but he’s not looking too far ahead yet and was even humble enough to call himself “lucky” To put things in perspective the last Australian left-arm spinner to take six wickets in an innings in India was Michael C0larke in his very first series And that was on a dubious wicket at the Wankhede Stadium a dozen years ago O’Keefe has a long way to go before he can actually cement his place for good in this Australian team O’Keefe had said not long back that he wasn’t sure when he would have his next beer Today wouldn’t be a bad day for it For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: Florent Malouda scored for Delhi Dynamos to reduce the deficit from 3-1 (Source: ISL) Top News FC Pune City end their home stretch in the group stages with a 4-3 win against table toppers Delhi Dynamos to snap their unbeaten streak Brace by Anibal Rodriguez at the hour mark took Delhi from 1-0 in the lead at half-time to leading by 3-1 Florent Malouda drew one back to keep the nervous moments going for Pune In stoppage time one goal by both teams kept the tempo but the hosts had done enough for the three points They move up to fourth in the table with 15 points while Delhi remain top of the table No Comments in this live blog For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top Newsexpresses an apprehension that 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