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"It's definitely difficult, especially playing people that you like, that you always want to see do well," Williams said.
"But you have to go out there and kind of put that to the side and realize, I want to do well myself and take every point as it comes."
Stephens beat Williams in January in the quarter finals at Melbourne Park to enhance her standing as a future leader of US women's tennis, van cleef emerald ring replica but was completed outgunned by a woman bidding to become the oldest to win the US Open since tennis turned professional in 1968.
Defending men's champion Andy Murray and world No 1 Novak Djokovic also won in straight sets, while 2001 winner Lleyton Hewitt turned back the clock to reach the fourth round for the first time since 2006.
Murray, playing in the middle of a hot and steamy day, needed less than two hours to see off Germany's Florian Mayer 7 6(2), 6 2, 6 2 and advance to the fourth round.
He struggled to impose himself on Mayer in the opening set but once he adapted to the humidity and gusting winds it was all smooth sailing.
"It was tough conditions, not tricky. It was very, very humid," Murray said.
"I was struggling breathing for most of the match."
Murray's opponent in the fourth round will be Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin, who beat Italy's Andreas Seppi 6 3, 6 4, 2 6, 3 6, 6 1, with Tomas Berdych looming in the quarter finals.
Berdych, seeded fifth, made the semi finals at last year's US Open and has been in great form at Flushing Meadows this week, reaching the last 16 without dropping a set.
The Czech dispatched Julien Benneteau of France 6 0, 6 3, 6 2 to set up a fourth round clash with Switzerland's Stanislas Wawrinka, who defeated Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus 6 van cleef ring price replica 3, 6 2, 6 7(1), 7 6(7).
Djokovic was even more ruthless van cleef arpels engagement ring replica in his centre court night match against Portugal's Joao Sousa, cruising to a 6 0, 6 2 6 2 win.
Djokovic has yet to lose a set in the tournament and the 26 year old was never in any danger against the 95th ranked Sousa.
The 2011 US Open champion faced just two break points on his own serve as he raced to victory in 100 minutes.
"Just doing my job, win in straight sets and spend as less time on court as possible," he said.
The Serbian's next opponent is Marcel Granollers, one of four Spaniards in the men's last 16, who knocked the last American out when he edged wildcard Tim Smyczek 6 4, 4 6, 0 6, 6 3, 7 5.
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