2/8/13 9:40 PM | Kelli DeMario
Two-time former champion Marin Cilic is through to the final four after taking out Blaz Kavcic late Friday. The world No. 12 is joined by defending champion Mikhail Youzhny, who defeated Croatia's Ivan Dodig in straight sets.
(1) Marin Cilic def. Blaz Kavcic 6-3, 7-6(5)
Top seed Marin Cilic is through to the last four after upending Slovenia's Blaz Kavcic in straight sets. The 24-year-old converted three of five break points through an hour and 38 minutes of play. Cilic trailed 3-5 in the tiebreak before winning four points in a row. He completed the quarterfinal with seven aces and 38 of 42 first-service points captured.
He is slated to take on fellow seed Mikhail Youzhny for a place in the championship final.
(3) Mikhail Youzhny def. Ivan Dodig 6-3, 6-2
Defending champion Mikhail Youzhny advanced to the semifinal with a straight-sets ousting of Croatia's Ivan Dodig. The veteran held nine consecutive service games without facing a break point.
"It was a good match from me, I played really well," the Russian said. "I like to be here, I like the tournament. Even today, when I was playing a Croatian, there was a lot of support for me."
Youzhny ended the match with five aces and three of five break points converted.
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