10/28/12 4:09 AM | Cheryl Murray
The Ukraine's Alexandr Dolgopolov rolled into the Valencia final with a win over Austrian veteran Jurgen Melzer.
While David Ferrer had a tricky match in his semifinal against Ivan Dodig, Alexandr Dolgopolov was in fine form and easily got past Jurgen Melzer to earn his spot in the final. The Ukrainian posted a 6-4, 6-2 victory on Saturday.
Dolgopolov was broken once in the opening set, but he was able to secure a pair of service breaks from Melzer for the lead in the match.
Melzer had no chance to level the match in the second set. Dolgopolov was utterly dominant on serve, losing just three points for the entire frame and facing no break points.
The Austrian surrendered another pair of service breaks as Dolgopolov rolled to an easy win.
Dolgopolov ended the brief match with nine aces. He will battle top seed David Ferrer in Sunday's final.
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