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(CNN)An emotional Amanda Anisimova got the better of her compatriot Coco Gauff to progress into the round of 16 at Wimbledon on Saturday.

The two Americans met in a high-quality affair on Centre Court but it was Anisimova who performed best, winning 6-7 (4-7) 6-2 6-1."This is the most special day of my career," Anisimova said after her win.
"It's just a huge privilege to play on this court playing Coco.
    "Winning is so special, especially in front of a full crowd -- you guys were amazing."
      Gauff, 18, had started better of the two and raced into the lead in the first set before Anisimova began to settle in -- it was the first time she had played a match on the main court at Wimbledon.Read MoreBy the end of the set, the pair had to be separated by a tiebreak which Gauff managed to get the better of before momentum quickly swung the other way.Gauff didn't do much wrong despite the defeat. Gauff's first serve started to let her down in the second set and it gave her opponent all the opportunity she needed to force a deciding set.
        Anisimova, ranked 25th in the world, didn't take her foot off the gas and continued to dominate from the baseline while cutting down on the unforced errors.The 20-year-old only got better as the match went on and she was able to serve out the match with ease to progress into the next round where she will face Harmony Tan on Monday.
          "There are so many American players doing well and I'm proud of my country and how we have been doing," Anisimova added. "It was really exciting to have an all-American clash on this court so it was really special."

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          DIOGO DALOT says Manchester United must not take their eyes off the new path under Erik Ten Hag despite Sunday’s horror show at Old Trafford.

          United were outplayed in losing 2-1 to Brighton.

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          The first half was as poor as anything seen last season as they went 2-0 down.

          It laid bare the job Ten Hag has on at Old Trafford.

          But full-back Dalot said: “This result is not going to take our heads off the path and what we need to do. It is a setback but in football you don't have time to think a little bit, now we have to analyse and definitely do better.

          “Now is not the time to stop, it is a setback from the beginning but we need to analyse what we can do better.

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          “We need to be a little bit more organised, especially off the ball, press a little bit more, get the ball back faster and then when we have it, have more time on it, be calmer, have a clean head so we can think what plays we should do.

          “That's what we tried, I think it was visible we got better but it was not enough for the comeback.”

          Dalot admitted that United lacked aggression in the first half as Brighton took them apart.

          He said: “It was disappointing. In the first half we could have been a little bit more aggressive, especially when we lost the ball.

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          “We also conceded some counter attacks that we shouldn't.

          “In the Premier League if you concede two goals it is very difficult to come back. We fought until the end, but it wasn't enough.”

          Next up for United is Brentford away this weekend and Dalot says they have to get things sorted before that.

          He said: “We are going to have some time this week to organise and definitely do better for the Brentford game.”

          After that of course it is the visit of Liverpool.

          The fans started to turn early on during Sunday’s game as United went behind.

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          Now next time out Dalot says it is important that they give a packed Old Trafford a performance to inspire them.

          He said: “Obviously we need to perform and we need to push them with us as well, we need to give them joy watching us.

          “That is what we need to do and that is the aim, to win games, control games and have the fans with us for 90 minutes.”

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