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  FLUSHING MEADOWS, NY – No. 2 Novak Djokovic will play  No. 4 Andy Murray for the US Open Men’s singles championship on Monday.  Here is a look at the their head-to-head records. Statistics provided by the International Tennis Federation.   Men’s Singles Final NO. 2 NOVAK DJOKOVIC (SRB) v NO. 3 ANDY MURRAY (GBR)     US Open Series As first-place finisher in the US Open Series, Djokovic has already guaranteed an extra $500,000 in prize money by reaching the final here and could receive a bonus $1,000,000 for a total payout of $2.9 million should he win the tournament – which would be the biggest payout in tennis history.   US Open champions 24 different men have won US Open titles in the Open Era. The number could increase to 25 should Murray be crowned champion.     Different champions Australian Open 25 Roland Garros 25 Wimbledon 19 US Open 24     2012 match-win leaders                          2012 hard court leaders   Rank Player Wi
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