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Mardy Fish © Tennistalk.com
Los Angeles
Semi final
7/30/11 1 2 3 Tot
us  Mardy Fish 6 4 7 2
us  Ryan Harrison 0 6 6 1
Ryan Harrison © Tennistalk.com
Alex Bogomolov Jr. © Tennistalk.com
Los Angeles
Semi final
7/31/11 1 2 Tot
us  Alex Bogomolov Jr. 2 6 0
lv  Ernests Gulbis 6 7 2
Ernests Gulbis © Tennistalk.com
  • Los Angeles- Fish, Gulbis reach final

    7/31/11 6:42 AM | Kelli DeMario
    Top seed Mardy Fish is through to the championship final after taking out fellow American Ryan Harrison in three sets. Fish will contest the title against Ernests Gulbis, who defeated Alex Bogomolov late Saturday.


    (1) Mardy Fish def. Ryan Harrison 6-0, 4-6, 7-6(3)

    World No. 9 Mardy Fish advanced to his second consecutive ATP World Tour final, having outlasted compatriot Ryan Harrison in three sets. The 29-year-old led 3-1 in the deciding set, but was unable to hold the advantage. Fish regrouped to take a 5-0 edge in the tie-break, before Harrison pulled to 3-5. The World No. 9 collected triple match point at 6-3, finishing his effort with an ace.

    Fish completed the day with 7 aces and four service breaks through two hours and 11 minutes.

    Ernests Gulbis def. Alex Bogomolov 6-2, 7-6(4)

    World No. 84 Ernests Gulbis made his first ATP World Tour final this season, following his straight-set victory over American Alex Bogomolov. The 22-year-old broke to 2-1 in the opening set, then took an insurance break to 5-2. Gulbis dropped a 2-0 advantage in the second-set tie-break, but came back to reach double set point at 6-4. An unreturnable serve sealed the win in an hour and 52 minutes.

    Gulbis tallied 11 aces and 10 service games without facing a break point.

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<platitude expressing surprise at Gulbis' run with cliched sarcasm>

xrf , 7/31/11 12:00 PM


Feast or famine with this kid. Honestly.

cherylmurray , 7/31/11 2:58 PM


A motivated Gulbis is a serious threat to any player. Can be magnificent in his best moments and utterly awful in his worst. Hope he decides he wants his career because he's a pleasure to watch when he's on.

derstatic , 7/31/11 6:26 PM



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