• Wawrinka rallies to upend Raonic

    8/18/12 12:35 AM | Kelli DeMario
    Wawrinka rallies to upend Raonic World No. 26 Stanislas Wawrinka is through to the semifinal after rallying to defeat world No. 19 Milos Raonic. The Swiss will take on either top seed Roger Federer or 10th seed Mardy Fish for a place in the championship final.

    World No. 26 Stanislas Wawrinka advanced to the final four by virtue of his three-sets victory over World No. 19 Milos Raonic. The 27-year-old tallied 8 aces en route to a 2-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 win in two hours and 22 minutes.

    After leveling the match at a set apiece, Wawrinka took a key service break at 1-1 in the decider. The Swiss completed the quarterfinal with 38 of 51 first-service points won. Raonic ended the day with 17 aces and eight double-faults.

    Wawrinka awaits either top seed Roger Federer or 10th seed Mardy Fish in the next round.

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Oh Wawa... one more bending over ???

zare , 8/18/12 2:50 AM

Your time will come Milos. Good match.

sky , 8/18/12 2:50 AM

@zare, who's the one that keeps going on and on and on and on?

scoretracker , 8/18/12 3:37 AM

...poor scoretracker... nothing to say about game, again?
We all know that Wawa won't even try...

zare , 8/18/12 1:19 PM

Haha zare you do kind of have a point but past performance is no guarantee of future performance. Besides Stan does try harder against Fed, at least for 1 set, than Troicki does against the Djoker.

chr18 , 8/18/12 1:32 PM

Well he did beat the Master on one occasion, after which Roger told him 'Never do that to me again' ;-)

ed251137 , 8/18/12 1:45 PM

Lol ed. I'm keeping everything crossed for pseudofed to turn out to be Stan. :)

deuce , 8/18/12 2:44 PM

Thank god they didn't win the Olympic title again. After the cringe-making charade at Bejiing, the mind boggles at how they would have celebrated a second Gold.

ed251137 , 8/18/12 5:09 PM

Stan's beaten Fed once, which is a lot more than Troicki has done with Djokovic. He not only bends over, he falls off the court, whenever he faces his buddy.

No thread for today's match, but GO FED, now win the final.

scoretracker , 8/19/12 12:06 AM

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