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David Ferrer © Tennistalk.com
BNP Paribas Masters
2nd round
11/9/11 1 2 Tot
es  David Ferrer 6 6 2
fr  Nicolas Mahut 4 4 0
Nicolas Mahut © Tennistalk.com
  • Ferrer through to round of 16

    11/9/11 7:28 PM | Kelli DeMario
    Fourth seed David Ferrer advanced to the third round at the BNP Paribas Masters, having downed qualifier Nicolas Mahut in straight sets. He moves on to face 14th seed Alexandr Dolgopolov in the next round.

    World No. 5 David Ferrer is through to the round of 16 following his straight-set victory over Frenchman Nicolas Mahut. The Spaniard held ten consecutive service games en route to a 6-4, 6-4 win in an hour and 27 minutes of play.

    Ferrer led 3-1 in the opening set, then secured a key break of serve at 4-4 in the second. He completed the winning effort with two aces and 19 of 27 first-service points captured.

    Ferrer is slated to meet 14th seed Alexandr Dolgopolov for a place in the quarterfinals. The Ukrainian defeated qualifier Philipp Kohlschreiber in the second round, 6-3, 7-6(6).

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The accustomed groove which thrills an excited audience to treat themselves graciously, behaving admirably to an opportunity, viewing a remarkable tennis match; overall spirit on the management is entrusted by favour that we all belong, the achievements we are ensured by positive reactions, on friendliness & comfort. Players collaborate to make the time worthy, real, we feel thankful.
At the second round last night of Paribas France, freedom is sympathetic and I guess we're not as eager to await its next binding. Our weather at clairvoyant is clarified 'perfect'. Nicholas Mahut covered a fine round with David Ferrer as David had a series of fantastic positions with the game in past few years, was slightly anxious to display his benefit...Jeremy Chardy stakeful of his affairs demanded strong direction at Andy Murray, who with surprise responded calmly in declaration of incidental accuracy, and marked his place in the third round with Andy Roddick! Of course we've each been busy preparing for the times ahead, I fell to my sleep at exactly twelve oclock this morning, glad with the independence that is provided. I woke then at six-thirty and was (just) lucky to discover Gilles Simon and Juan Monaco in their first set. The struggling Argentine to pin his name on the walls for preceding years was eventful, fill with powerful enthusisam and won their match at two sets. Alterably Gilles is moving along nicely with enticing efforts. Thanks; ....

tkip4n01zmun , 11/10/11 1:01 AM



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