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(From Chinadaily.com.cn (Was: China Daily))
NEW YORK: Andre Agassi delved deep into his 20 years of experience at Flushing Meadows to see off belligerent Belgian Xavier Malisse in five sets at the US Open on Monday.
Labor Day proved hard work for the 35-year-old twice-former champion before he sweated out a 6-3, 6-4, 6-7, 4-6, 6-2 victory to reach the quarter-finals for the fifth year in succession.
There the seventh seed could face compatriot James Blake if the US wild card ousts Spain's Tommy Robredo in his fourth-round match later on Monday.
In contrast to Agassi, women's second seed Lindsay Davenport enjoyed a holiday stroll into the …