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Kevin Anderson beats Sam Querrey in US Open quarter final

Not since Wayne Ferreira at the 2003 Australian Open has a South African made the semis at a slam, while Cliff Drysdale in 1965 was the last man to do so in New York, when it was still an amateur event.
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