U.S. Open Day 3Updated 2359 GMT (0759 HKT) September 2, 2015 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: After getting past Kiki Bertens 7-6 (5) 6-3 at the U.S. Open, Serena Williams needs five more wins to achieve the rare calendar-year grand slam. Hide Caption 1 of 9 Photos: Williams seemed more relieved than anything else. She won despite hitting 10 double faults, including four in one game. Hide Caption 2 of 9 Photos: Rafael Nadal, in a slump, didn't play his best against Argentina's Diego Schwartzman but still won in straight sets. Hide Caption 3 of 9 Photos: American Mardy Fish, a former top-10 player, played his last match after losing to Feliciano Lopez in five sets. Hide Caption 4 of 9 Photos: Fish had missed most of the past two years due to a heart ailment and then anxiety. His final tournament could have been extended, since he served for the match in the fourth set. Hide Caption 5 of 9 Photos: Defending men's champion Marin Cilic moved into the third round by ousting qualifier Evgeny Donskoy in straight sets. Hide Caption 6 of 9 Photos: Despite needing treatment for a back injury, 2014 Wimbledon semifinalist Milos Raonic defeated Fernando Verdasco in four sets. Hide Caption 7 of 9 Photos: Raonic's fellow Canadian, Eugenie Bouchard, won a slugfest against Polona Hercog to record back-to-back wins for the first time since March. Hide Caption 8 of 9 Photos: With a big serve, Madison Keys -- a semifinalist at the Australian Open -- seems to have a bright future. The 20-year-old crushed Tereza Smitkova in the second round. Hide Caption 9 of 9Serena Williams needs five more wins to complete the calendar-year grand slam after beating Kiki Bertens.