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  • 23 May
    导出博客文章We pick out the best shots, rallies, funnies and moments at this years US Open
    at Flushing Meadows, which has provided us with a bag full of entertainment.
    Rogue squirrels, falling drones and a dancing Novak Djokovic, this years US Open
    has delivered some highly entertaining moments so weve delved into the archives
    to bring you the very best moments.Lets start with ... World No 1 Djokovic, who
    called out a fan to dance with him on Arthur Ashe Stadium. Its provided one of
    the most amusing moments of this years tournament in New York ... Un-named Video
    Tommy Robredo turned back the years when he struck this a terrific
    behind-the-back winner ... Un-named Video Adrian Mannarino produced a drop shot
    of jaw-dropping proportions against Andy Murray during their second round clash
    ... Un-named Video Kristina Mladenovic, who showcased some impressive football
    skills with keepy-uppies during her match with Roberta Vinci ... Un-named Video
    John Isner hit an incredible volley against Roger Federer with so much backspin
    that it bounced straight back over the net ... Un-named Video There were some
    outstanding shots during Andy Murrays exit to Kevin Anderson in what was a
    thrill-a-minute ride on Louis Armstrong ... Un-named Video Un-named Video Novak
    Djokovic took his anger out on his racquet after dropping the second set in his
    win over Roberto Bautista Agut ... Un-named Video Fabio Fognini pulled off an
    audacious Hot Dog shot against Feliciano Lopez, but still suffered defeat in New
    York ... Un-named Video Coco Vandeweghe might have just entered the record books
    for the funniest ever racquet smash ... Un-named Video Sit back and watch some
    of Nick Kyrgios best bits from his match against Andy Murray ... Un-named Video
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    victory, 111-107 on Sunday night. CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolina Panthers coach Ron
    Rivera on Friday described the possibility that middle linebacker Luke Kuechly
    has suffered his second career concussion concerning.After expressing his worry
    over Kuechlys injury, Rivera quickly added, I dont want to get into the
    speculation of all of that. Im not the expert.Kuechly was placed in the
    concussion protocol after he was carted off the field late in the fourth quarter
    Thursday night of a?23-20 win?over the New Orleans Saints. He appeared to take a
    helmet-to-helmet hit on a tackle of Saints running back?Tim Hightower.He was in
    tears as he rode off toward the locker room Thursday night while fans screamed
    Luuuuke!The picture of Kuechly in tears left an impression on many who saw it,
    including Carolina players.I get that part, Rivera said. Heres a guy thats a
    warrior. He loves the game, and it was an emotional time for him, an emotional
    time for his teammates. His teammates know how important it is to him.Rivera
    would not speculate on how much time Kuechly might miss. The 2013 NFL Defensive
    Player of the Year missed three games last season with a concussion suffered in
    the opener at Jacksonville.Kuechly appeared in much better spirits Friday.
    Outside linebacker Thomas Davis posted a picture of himself with Kuechly holding
    his thumb up.Kuechly is the sixth Panthers player to be diagnosed with a
    concussion during the regular season and the seventh since the preseason. That
    leads the NFL, with the New York Giants and Washington Redskins tied with five
    each.Left tackle Michael Oher has missed seven straight games with a concussion,
    and there is no timetable for his return. Quarterback Cam Newton missed one game
    with a concussion.Saints quarterback Drew Brees had a message for Kuechly as he
    left the field Thursday.I tried to let him know that I was going to be praying
    for him, Brees said. He is ... certainly one of the best football players Ive
    ever seen and played against. And I hope that hes OK.The Panthers will have 10
    days before their next game. Its rare for a player to be cleared from the
    protocol in seven or fewer days, and because Kuechly previously has suffered a
    concussiion, it could make his recovery longer.ddddddddddddAfter the game,
    Carolina players obviously were affected by the injury to Kuechly as well as to
    center Ryan Kalil (shoulder) and defensive end Mario Addison (foot). There was
    no celebrating in the locker room.We rally behind that guy, Panthers defensive
    end Charles Johnson said about Kuechly. Hes our leader. When you see a leader go
    down like that, we just rally behind him. Im keeping Luke in my prayers.Tight
    end Greg Olsen said the only good thing that came out of the game was the win.
    He said it was tough seeing the look on Kuechlys face as he was carted off the
    field.Safety Kurt Coleman was one of several players who mentioned he was
    praying for Kuechly.It looked like the same exact thing that happened in
    Jacksonville last year, Coleman said. He was yelling to us to continue to fight.
    Its remarkable in a sense.Just hoping its precautionary and he will be back
    sooner rather than later. Thats all I can hope for.Players on offense were
    impacted as well.Thats our leader, one of the key components of our team,
    fullback Mike Tolbert said. Its more than that. Hes a brother of ours, so when
    we see him down, a guy thats as tough as he is and as mighty and strong spirited
    as he is, to see him in that predicament, it really hits home.The Panthers
    already were without outside linebacker A.J. Klein, who suffered a concussion
    last week.Kuechly was one of several key players injured Thursday night, along
    with Kalil?and Saints running back Mark Ingram (possible concussion) in the
    third quarter.Kalil had missed two straight games with an injury to his right
    shoulder. It wasnt immediately clear which shoulder was injured Thursday.Ingram
    was injured on a 13-yard run when he collided with Coleman?as he went down.
    Ingram lay on the ground for a few seconds before getting up and walking off
    slowly. Later, he headed to the locker room to be evaluated for a possible
    concussion.Information from ESPN staff writer Mike Triplett and The Associated
    Press was used in this report. ' ' '