• Tired Sam Querrey goes down, Baghdatis advances

    5/12/10 2:52 AM | Cheryl Murray
    Tired Sam Querrey goes down, Baghdatis advances American Sam Querrey followed up his big tournament win in Belgrade with a first round ouster at the hands of a Spanish qualifier.

    Daniel Munoz-De La Nava def. Sam Querrey 6-7(3), 6-3, 7-5

    This entire match was a struggle for Sam Querrey. The American won the first set, but even that small victory was hollow. Munoz-De La Nava is ranked 315 in the world and his first serve percentage for the opening set was 38%. Despite those dismal numbers, Querrey was not able to earn even a single break point. The American won in the tiebreaker, but he was not playing particularly well.

    The second set was a bit of a train wreck for Querrey. Munoz-De La Nava secured a pair of service breaks and the American saw his first serve percentage dip to 48%. The American made a last-ditch attempt in the third set, but fatigue won out in the end.

    Marcos Baghdatis def. Marco Chiudinelli 6-3, 6-4

    Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis score a second win over Switzerland’s Marco Chiudinelli in consecutive tournaments. Baghdatis hit 12 aces for the match and staved off a break point in each set to make his way into the second round of the Madrid Masters. The Cypriot’s next opponent is the tough clay courter David Ferrer from Spain.

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