"I'm really looking forward to share the court with her on Wednesday", Vekic said.
Coco said in the post-match: 'Thank you Naomi, I don't want people to think I am taking this moment away from her cause she really deserves it. Thank you.
Novak Djokovic had to retire with a shoulder injury during his match against Stan Wawrinka.
Nadal reached the fourth round in his 13th straight Grand Slam with a 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 victory over qualifier Hyeon Chung, a 2018 Australian Open semifinalist who has been slowed since by injuries. That allowed her to become the first tennis player representing Japan to reach No 1 in the rankings. "I don't feel like I put so much weight on one single match". She owns a tour-leading nine victories over top-10 opponents in 2019 and is 4-1 for her career against top-ranked players.
Gauff, 15, and the 17-year-old McNally remained unbeaten as a team, having won the US Open junior title last year and teaming for their first WTA doubles title this summer in Washington.
It was Hingis' mother, and then Hingis herself, who coached and mentored Bencic along the way, and she credited them after getting past Osaka.
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Kyrgios later called the line official a "whistleblower", and said he couldn't see well because he was playing too much "Call of Duty" before the match. In 2015, Bencic strung together a hugely impressive week to win the Rogers Cup, knocking off the likes of Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Caroline Wozniacki and Ana Ivanovic.
Blasting 30 winners to just 14 unforced errors, Townsend charged towards the net on 75 different occasions, 58 per cent of all the points in the match.
Like Townsend, Andreescu has now advanced the furthest she ever has in a Grand Slam. "I'm not a player who has the most winners and aces - I'm just trying to play chess".
On many occasions, the underdogs were unable to sustain their high level of play but Townsend defied the odds and produced a magnificent performance to beat Halep's compatriot Sorana Cirstea in the third round in NY.
Bencic will face Donna Vekic, who came back to defeat Julia Goerges in three sets, in the quarterfinals.
Vekic, the No 23 seed from Croatia who lost to Goerges at this stage in last year's Open, had to dig out of a hole to beat the No 26-seeded German this time.
The Japanese hit a double fault to lose serve in the very first game of the match, repelling four chances in game three to avoid an even more significant deficit and breaking back in game four when Belinda netted an easy backhand.
It was not a good start for the Croatian as she would be broken in the first game of the match.