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As the final grand slam of the year looms large, the big guns head to New York armed with the knowledge that they won't have to face the defending champion Rafael Nadal.Milos Raonic, the Canadian of Montenegrin descent, is currently ranked sixth in the world after a summer which saw him make the Wimbledon semifinal.He will be looking to go one better in New York, particularly with the absence of Nadal and the up and down form that Djokovic has been showing. The mercurial Frenchman stunned us all two weeks ago in Toronto by bulldozing Djokovic.He then took out Andy Murray before dismissing Federer en route to his second Masters 1,000 title (first since 2008). The forgotten man of men's tennis this year is Andy Murray.Luckily for Andy, Nadal is missing out, thus elevating Murray's seed from nine to eight, which could potentially allow him safe passage into the quarterfinals.Lucky for John is that he happens to play his best tennis in America.
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