Mardy Fish withdraws from U.S. Open

Edina native Mardy Fish withdrew from his fourth-round match against top-ranked Roger Federer at the U.S. Open on Monday. Fish issued a statement saying he pulled out before the match for "precautionary" reasons. Earlier this summer Fish underwent a heart procedure to fix an irregular heartbeat.
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