Muscles were flexed off the court to good effect on Thursday
as player power once again prevailed at the US Open. And once again it was shop
steward-in-chief Rafael Nadal who was at the forefront of the complaints.
A day after having led a player revolt after having been
forced to play in dangerously wet conditions, the Spaniard was again at it,
this time expressing his displeasure about the hectic schedule he was facing
due to the backlog of games caused by inclement weather in New York.
After dispatching Gilles Muller, Nadal faced up to the prospect
of having to win four matches in as many