Carla Suarez Navarro -24- (ESP) def  Maria Sharapova -22- (RUS) | 64 63
Wow. That was ugly. Happy 30th birthday to Carla Suarez Navarro, who survived an error-packed 4th-Rounder against 2006 US Open Champion Maria Sharapova on Monday night.
How bad was it? Sharapova ended the night with 38 unforced errors and 8 double faults. Seriously. Carla won the match with 20 unforced errors and 3 double faults. Tough one to watch. The colorful match recap below is pretty revealing.
Carla will have to clean up her act in the Quarterfinals, where she’ll face last year’s Finalist Madison Keys. She and Madison have met three times, most recently in Rio’s Olympic Games 2-summers-back. All of their matches have gone the distance. Carla has yet to win one.
NEXT:  Carla Suarez Navarro -24- (ESP) vs  Madison Keys -14- (USA)
R4: def  Maria Sharapova -22- (RUS) 64 63 | Arthur Ashe Stadium
R3: def  Caroline Garcia -06- (FRA) 57 64 76(4) | Court 17
R2: def Kristina Mladenovic -53- (FRA) 61 46 64 | Court 5
R1: def Nicole Gibbs -115- (USA) 57 63 64 | Court 4
 Carla Suarez Navarro -24- (ESP)
Over the weekend, she upset World #6 Caroline Garcia to reach her 3rd consecutive Round of 16 here in New York. Ranked as high as World #6, she owns 2 WTA Singles titles; and last week – at the US Open Series event in New Haven – played in her 11th career Tour-level Final, defeating World #5 Petra Kvitova en-route to the championship match. In 2008, at just 20-years-old, she reached the French Open Quarterfinals in her Grand Slam debut, and is now a 6-time Quarterfinalist at the Majors. A 3-time Olympian and Fed Cup Finalist, tonight – she celebrates her 30th birthday with all of us, right here in Arthur Ashe Stadium. From Spain, please welcome…Carla Suarez Navarro.
 Maria Sharapova -22- (RUS)
This 5-time Grand Slam Champion and Olympic Silver Medalist won her 2nd Major right here in Arthur Ashe Stadium. With two French Open titles, and victories at the Australian Open and Wimbledon, she is one of only five active players who own the Career Grand Slam. She owns 36 WTA Singles titles, is a Fed Cup Champion, won the WTA Finals in her 2004 debut, and has spent 21-weeks as the World #1. Over the weekend, she defeated World #10 Jelena Ostapenko to reach tonight’s 4th-Round match. Competing in her 12th US Open, from Russia – Please welcome 2006 US Open Champion…Maria Sharapova.