2014/10/31

John Isner Defends Atlanta Open Title

 

(July 27, 2014) John Isner won his ninth ATP World Tour title on Sunday by defeating Dudi Sela of Israel 6-3, 6-4 to win the Atlanta Open for the second straight year. It was the American’s fourth Atlanta final in five years.

“The field is so tough at this event,” Isner said. “I’m so happy to win this. I consider myself fortunate that this event is even here. It’s a big advantage for me to play in Georgia and to have a lot of support.”

“Isner went for his shots and played more freely,” Sela said. “With his return game, he just went for it.”

In doubles action, Wimbledon champions Jack Sock and Vasek Pospisil reman a perfect 10-0 as a doubles team, capturing the title with a 6-3, 5-7 10-5 over Steve Johnson and Sam Querrey.

“[Johnson and Querrey] played well, but we felt like we were playing better than they were even after losing the second set, said the Canadian Pospisil. “We just had to stay calm in the [Match Tie-break] and go point by point.”

“We’re trying to make the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals,” said Sock. That’s one of our goals this year on the side, aside from improving our singles rankings.”

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John Isner Saves Two Match Points in Win over Robby Ginepri

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By Herman Wood

(July 24, 2014) ATLANTA – It was a showdown of Americans with local ties tonight at the BB&T Atlanta Open.  Former University of Georgia standout, top ranked American, and number one seed John Isner took on local Robby Ginepri, from just up I-75 in Marietta, now Kennesaw.  It was their fourth meeting, with Isner holding the edge, 2-1.

Ginepri, currently ranked 281, though as high as 15, was in the tournament as a wild card.  As expected in any John Isner match, things started with an ace.  Ginepri returned the favor with his very first serve and had a very easy hold.  From that point forward, it was evident that Ginepri was dialed in on the Isner serve.  He made Isner work by getting balls back in play off huge serves.  Isner did not help his own cause by only getting forty six percent of his first serves in and it led to the inevitable break with a sizzling passing shot by Ginepri to get him to 3-2.  Ginepri consolidated the break with a hold and the match stayed on track until Ginepri served the first set out 6-4.

As with any John Tiebreak, rather, Isner match, the second set went exactly that way.  There were threats of service break, again with Ginepri seeming to have really timed Isner’s deliveries.  It certainly seemed to take its toll, as Ginepri was flexing his wrists after blocking back 140 MPH or so blasts.  Isner served 71% of his first serves into play, converting 73% of those points.  Ginepri had no break points against his serve, while Isner saved the two opportunities Ginepri had.  There were mini-breaks of serve in the tie breaker, but the master of the breaker prevailed in a tight one 7-5.  Of course, the last point was an ace.

In the deciding third set, Ginepri seemed struggled a bit more to hold his serve, facing 7 break points.  He even dug out of one 15-40 hole and punctuated the hold with a yell.  It was inspired Ginepri tennis.  Isner had the customary two break points and saved both.  In Ginepri’s final service game, he was trying to hold for 6-5 and it couldn’t quite hold on.  The whole state knew what was coming next, but Ginepri was game, going for a new racquet in his attempt to break Isner’s  serve.  He never needed it.  Ace, ace, ace, ace.  Game, set, match; Isner 4-6, 7-5 (5), 7-5.  Isner said “It’s not easy, coming in playing your first match.  Having a bye is nice, but at the same time you are playing someone that has played a match.”  Isner will play Matsovci on Friday, surprisingly at 4 PM.  The feature 7 PM slot will see Jack Sock take on Lukas Lacko.

The crowd was well entertained and solidly behind good play, getting loud for each player in appreciation.  Of course, there was barking for Isner and shouts of ROBBY in support of Ginepri.  Some would have been concerned about turnout if Ginepri had won, but the crowd support for both men made it clear that Atlantans appreciation of good tennis should not be underestimated.

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Atlanta Open Tuesday Wrap

 

(July 22, 2014) ATLANTA – It was college night here at Atlantic Station!  There were Panthers, Owls, Yellow Jackets, and Bulldogs – Oh My!  At the USTA Family Zone, Kennesaw State University, Georgia State, and Georgia Tech mascots all helped to promote tennis this afternoon with some fun and games for fans.  The University of Georgia Pep Band serenaded the crowd with some tunes and tried to fire them up for the evening.

Speaking of UGA, in his news conference this afternoon, former Bulldog John Isner elaborated on his college experience; “I wouldn’t be where I am today.  Coach Diaz was so instrumental to me!  It was perfect.  There’s no hurry at 17, 18 years old to get out on the tour.”  He feels that almost every young player could benefit from the experience of playing in college and being part of a team experience.  When asked about multiple withdrawals and the pressure of being the marquee name in the tournament, Isner said, “It’s disappointing not to have those guys in the field this year.  It’s a very tough field.  I hope the fans come out as they always do.”  He went on to talk often being the last American standing in tournaments and that he doesn’t he feel any special pressure.  “It’d be better if we had more guys with more success.”  He’s really looking forward to the hard court season and indicated it was critical to his year.  Atlanta gets that all started in a place where he likes the surface and it is just an hour down the road from Athens where he spent four great years.  He will take on another tour veteran in his second round match.  It will be a match with lots of local interest, as local Robby Ginepri came through in three sets today.

Ginepri took on Sergiy Stakhovsky.  The first set was a tight affair, as Ginepri let a few nerves help Stakhovsky earn a break at two all.  He had a few chances to break back, as Stakhovsky had six double faults, most to the ad court in the opening set alone, but Ginepri finally drew even and earned his way into a tie break.  He owned the breaker, closing it out 7-3.

Ginepri served to open the second set and was broken early.  Stakhovsky ran out to a 4-0 lead with another break and it looked like Ginepri was ready to concede the set when Stakhovsky got a little loose and Ginepri got one of the breaks back.  It almost looked as if Stakhovsky was trying to extend the set to tire Ginepri, though he finally hung on to force the third set.

Turned out it was Ginepri who was saving himself.  He called on his veteran poise and settled in, winning all of the points on his first serve in the deciding set.  He never faced a break point.  It did not hurt that he converted all of his break points and 9 of Stakhovsky’s 10 second serve points.

The feature match was a decidedly collegiate affair.  A few players from Kennesaw State University, Georgia State University, and Georgia Tech tossed a few shirts into the crowd to get everyone fired up.  After some loud barking, University of Georgia great and Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker came out to do the coin toss for the Lukas Lacko v Nathan Pasha match.  Pasha is a player for Coach Manuel Diaz at Georgia.  He had a very good year, but had been taking some time off to rest and only got word four days ago that he had a wild card.  Despite some nerves, Pasha came out serving hard with a 135 MPH ace in the first game.  Unfortunately, he was soon broken and the set was Lacko’s, 6-2.  The second set was a much more even affair until Pasha earned a break to put him up 5-3, serving for the set.  Four double faults undid what he had earned and Lacko got a firm handle on the doorknob that Pasha could not find and slammed the door shut for a 6-2, 7-5 win.  Pasha showed lots of game and lots of promise.

In other action, Ryan Harrison fell to Tim Smyczek 6-0, 6-2.  Harrison was broken on his first two service games and never got on track.  Reports indicate he is dealing with some sort of foot injury.  Blisters, a stress fracture, and a broken foot have all been speculated, though no confirmation on any of those was available.  He has partnered with Robby Ginepri and they already completed their first round match, so a withdrawal would certainly be another disappointment for the tournament.

In other first round action, Marinko Matosevic made short work of Victor Estrella Burgos 6-0, 6-2.  John Patrick Smith fell to Illya Marchenko 6-4, 6-4.  Jack Sock beat Alejandro Gonzalez for the first time of the day 6-2, 6-4.  Rajeev Ram lost to Denis Istomin 6-1,6-4 and Benjamin Becker beat Mattew Ebden 6-4, 6-2.

The evening concluded with an entertaining doubles match on stadium court.   Colombians Alejandro Conzalez and Juan-Carlos Spir took on Vasek Pospisil and Jack Sock.  Unfortunately for Gonzalez, he couldn’t take advantage of the second chance.  Sock earned an early break with an outlandish overhead off a smash.  Yes, an overhead off of a smash – the ball was slammed into the court so hard it came down like a lob and Sock timed it right back forcing a volley error.  That was all they needed to claim the set, as the only other break point was saved by Pospisil/Sock.  The second set only had 4 break points, with Pospisil/Sock saving both of theirs while converting one of the Colombians’ pair.  The final point of the match had a short delay, as a ball girl was the recipient of a rather hard Sock service fault.  It was one very well earned tattoo and rewarded with the ball autographed.  Sock apologized profusely, but play continued and they closed it out 6-4, 6-4.

Wednesday’s play will feature Sam Querrey facing Dudi Sela for the 7 PM match.  Here is the rest of the order of play:

ORDER OF PLAY – WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2014
STADIUM start 2:00 pm
[3] C Guccione (AUS) / J Smith (AUS) vs J Erlich (ISR) / R Ram (USA)
[Q] M Venus (NZL) vs J Sock (USA)

Not Before 7:00 pm
[9] S Querrey (USA) vs D Sela (ISR)
YACHT ROCK REVUE CONCERT

AJC GRANDSTAND start 2:00 pm
N Barrientos (COL) / V Estrella Burgos (DOM) vs S Ratiwatana (THA) / S Ratiwatana (THA)
[Q] I Marchenko (UKR) vs [4] V Pospisil (CAN)
After Suitable Rest – M Ebden (AUS) / Y Lu (TPE) vs [2] S Gonzalez (MEX) / S Lipsky (USA)

COURT 3 start 3:00 pm

[7] Y Lu (TPE) vs [LL] A Kuznetsov (USA)
L Lacko (SVK) or [WC] N Pasha (USA) vs [6] D Istomin (UZB)

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The US Open Series Begins this Weekend in Atlanta

 

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By Herman Wood

(July 17, 2014) ATLANTA – Preparation for the US Open is underway.  The BB&T Atlanta Open gets things started on Saturday, July 19th for the men.  Qualifying begins at 10 AM.  The BB&T Atlanta Open is an ATP 250 event, with a 28 player draw, four of which come from the qualifying tournament.  The qualifying field will have 32 players.  The doubles draw is a 16 team field.  Last year’s champ, John Isner, is returning, along with fellow Americans Sam Querrey, Wimbledon doubles champ Jack Sock, and Donald Young.  Gael Monfils, Richard Gasquet, Radek Stepanek, Ivo Karlovic, Ivan Dodig, Lleyton Hewitt, and the other half of the Wimbledon doubles championship team, Vasek Pospisil, are also expected in the tournament.  The tournament aspires to be a mini US Open, with the venue set among the skyscrapers of downtown Atlanta at Atlantic Station.  Atlantic Station is a community within downtown that provides homes for 10,000 people integrated with shopping, restaurants, and retailers that make it a hit with the players.  Besides the attractive venue, players will get a jump on the US Open Series Bonus Challenge, where nearly $40 million in prize money is up for grabs.  This is the third year the tournament has been held at Atlantic Station.

It is a familiar place for Americans, with Isner winning last year, Roddick in 2012, and Fish in 2011.  It has also been comfortable for big man tennis- last year Isner, at 6’10”, overcame Kevin Anderson at 6’8” in three tiebreaks.  Fans in the first couple of rows certainly had to pay attention with the huge serves coming their way.  It is especially familiar for Isner, who competed collegiately just an hour down the road for the University of Georgia Bulldogs, leading the team to a national championship and winning every possible team title in 2007.  He’s usually a fan favorite, with at least a couple of barks from Georgia fans in his favor at each match.  Isner may not be the only recipient of barks; University of Georgia player Austin Smith has accepted a wild card into the main draw. The sophomore from Cumming, Georgia excelled this season as the Bulldogs captured the 2014 SEC Championship. Smith finished with a 35-12 record, and went 9-1 in SEC matches. He has won four USTA Pro Circuit matches. A tournament qualifier in 2011, Smith will be playing his debut ATP main draw match.

Another American, Jack Sock, could very well get on a roll at this tournament.  After winning doubles with Pospisil at Wimbledon, he rolled into Newport and eliminated Isner in the Newport Hall of Fame event on grass just a week ago.  Unfortunately for him, he wasn’t able to keep that momentum and was eliminated by the veteran Lleyton Hewitt, who went on to win the tournament.  Hewitt’s feisty shouts of “C’mon!” have endeared him to the Atlanta fans in past years.  Fresh off his renewed success at Newport, he could very well win Atlanta.  The main draw was just rounded out with the addition of Ryan Harrison and Robby Ginepri.  “We’re ecstatic to welcome back two of our fan favorites in Ryan Harrison and Atlanta metro resident Robby Ginepri,” Tournament Director Eddie Gonzalez said. “One of our goals is to highlight American talent and both of these players are great examples of the fine players this country has produced.”  Harrison won the doubles last year, partnering with Matthew Ebden.  Ginepri appears for the fourth time, with a onetime ranking of fifteen.  He is a graduate of Wheeler High School, just a few miles north of Atlantic Station.  He currently resides in Kennesaw, another couple of miles north.

The draw will be finalized over this weekend with the completion of the qualifying tournament.  Promising American junior Francis Tiafoe has accepted his first tournament qualifying wild card. Tiafoe, 16, is a talented young prodigy who rose to No. 2 in the world junior rankings this spring. Georgia Tech’s Nathan Rakitt and Alabama’s Becker O’Shaughnessey have also accepted qualifying wild cards. Rakitt, a Marietta native and All-ACC selectee, is competing again for the second year. O’Shaughnessey of Macon, Ga., led the Crimson Tide in singles wins (22) this season.

Herman Wood is in Atlanta covering the BB&T Open action from around the grounds for Tennis Panorama News, follow him on twitter at https://twitter.com/hermanewood.

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John Isner Wins Atlanta Open

Haas d Isner semifinal (4 of 5)

(July 28, 2013) In a battle between two of the tallest players in tennis, six-foot-10 John Isner saved two match points to beat six-foot-8 Kevin Anderson 6-7(3), 7-6(2), 7-6(2) in the final of the BB&T Atlanta Open on Sunday to claim his seventh ATP World Tour title.

Neither player was able to break serve during the entire almost three hour match. Anderson failed to convert any of 11 break point chances against Isner. At 2 hours and 54 minutes it’s the longest three-set final on the ATP tour this year.

“This is a tournament where I could’ve been out in my first match,” Isner said. I lived on the edge all week and seemed to come through each and every time. It’s very encouraging.

“I’ve been on the wrong end of a final that close before, so it feels good to be on the other end of that. I never wavered. I believed that even at 0/40 that I could still hold on and was able to come up with the goods.”

“There’s no question I play my best in the U.S. This is where I’m very comfortable. I compete extra hard and things seems to work out for me when I’m playing in the U.S.”

“I was holding easily and trying to give myself chances, which I did,” Anderson said. “Just wasn’t able to capitalize on them. That was the difference today… He stays in there. He serves well, he plays well when it matters, and he definitely played two better tie-breaks than me.”

Isner took home a check for $98,700 as the winner. Isner lost in the finals of the Atlanta Open in 2010, and 2011, each time to Mardy Fish.

Of Isner’s seven career ATP World Tour titles, three have come after saving match point and winning in a third set tiebreak – ’10 Auckland, ’12 Winston-Salem,  and ’13 Atlanta.

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A Tale of Two Giants

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(July 27, 2013) ATLANTA, GA – The tallest final in history will go down at this year’s BB&T Atlanta Open. John Isner standing at 6’10” and Kevin Anderson at 6’8″ is a recipe for a serving war. Predicting the winner of this match is no easy task. Head to head, here are the stats that count.

Isner vs. Anderson

Aces 463 409

Double Faults 48 120

1st Serve Points Won 77% 75%

Break Points Faced 166 237

Break Points Saved 69% 65%

Service Games Won 88% 85%

Ist Serve Return Points Won 24% 30%

Break Opportunities 165 287

Break Points Converted 35% 39%

John Isner has an edge in aces, double faults, and break points faced while Kevin Anderson’s numbers are better in 1st serve return points won, break opportunities

and break points converted. In short, John may serve better, but Kevin returns better. Who’s going to win this match, your guess is as good as mine but I’ll make mine

anyway. With Isner leading the tour with the tiebreak record of 23-6 and the crowd behind him, my gut says Isner in 3 tie breaks, but I’m not putting my money on it!

 

By Tina Taylor-Brown, Special to Tennis Panorama

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Isner and Anderson Move into Atlanta Final

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RESULTS – SATURDAY, 27 JULY, 2013

Singles – Semi-finals
[1] J Isner (USA) d [7] L Hewitt (AUS) 64 46 76(5)
[2] K Anderson (RSA) d R Harrison (USA) 63 76(3)

Doubles – Semi-finals
[3] C Fleming (GBR) / J Marray (GBR) d C Guccione (AUS) / L Hewitt (AUS) 64 76(6)
[4] E Roger-Vasselin (FRA) / I Sijsling (NED) d [PR] J Erlich (ISR) / A Ram (ISR) 36 61 10-7

SCHEDULE – SUNDAY, 28 JULY, 2013

STADIUM start 3:00 pm
[1] J Isner (USA) vs [2] K Anderson (RSA) – SINGLES FINAL
[4] E Roger-Vasselin (FRA) / I Sijsling (NED) vs [3] C Fleming (GBR) / J Marray (GBR) – DOUBLES FINAL

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John Isner Holds Off Christian Harrison to Move into Atlanta Quarterfinals

 

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By Herman Wood

(July 25, 2013) ATLANTA, GA -In his first very first ATP main draw second round match, 19 year old Christian Harrison gave John Isner plenty to handle.  Christian is the 19-year-old younger brother of Ryan Harrison, who won earlier tonight.  Rhyne spoke about his brother’s chance in his post match press conference before Christian’s match,  “He’s a quiet confident guy.  I tried to tell him that his game, his ability, is capable of winning these matches.  I told him I was proud of him and was excited for him.  I told him to trust himself and stay calm and confident and don’t get overwhelmed and just play tennis, he’ll give himself a chance to win.”  He most certainly did that.

As to be expected, John Isner opened the match with a service game featuring 2 of his 29 aces, a service winner and not much else in play.  At one point, the average length of rally was 2.1 strokes.  Isner had to have attention on his left knee on several changeovers, though never did ask for an official medical time out.  He flexed it and stretched it throughout the match.  The set stayed on serve, until Harrison was serving at 4-5.  Isner made an extra effort to go all out with service returns, though he couldn’t convert.  Finally at 6-6, the tiebreak everyone expected began.  Though mini-breaks were exchanged, neither player could get two points in a row at critical junctures.  Harrison made a veteran challenge on a service call and held his composure in a critical point when Isner stumbled.  Isner finally secured a mini break he could use with a nice touch volley and a venture to the net to finish off the set on a high volley Harrison couldn’t reach.

The second set looked to go the way of the first- tiebreak.  Isner put big pressure on Harrison in his first service game, forcing long rallies, but could not prevail.  At that point, the match reverted to the average 2.1 shot rally and a tiebreak looked inevitable.  Harrison had other plans.  With Isner serving to stay in at 4-5, he struggled to get his first serve in and Harrison capitalized by winning rallies.  At set point down, Isner tossed in a double fault to gift the second set to Harrsion.

The third set featured quality tennis, with nice gets, big overheads, and tricky volleys.  The crowd was very appreciative of the high level of play from both players.  Harrison did show his lack of experience with the challenge system in this set, wasting his last challenge on an Isner service bomb when the score was not in his favor deep in a game.  Perhaps it was out of sense of desperation.  Finally, at 5-5, with Harrison serving, Isner stepped up the pressure.  Perhaps it was the return of his “biggest” fan.  A young boy, who wasn’t tall enough to reach the bottom of Isner’s shorts to tug on them to get his attention, encouraged Isner loudly on every point in the first set.  Strangely, he was not vocal in the second set and returned for the third.   Isner earned the seventh break point with a nice volley at the net and finished with a blazing service return to get to 6-5.  On his service game, Isner struggled to get first serves in for much of the game.  When he did, they were the expected aces.  Harrison saved three match points with a veteran’s poise.  At deuce, Isner produced an ace to get match point and closed it out with a service winner.  7-6(9), 4-6, 7-5.  Isner will face James Blake, who beat Evgeny Donskoy earlier in the day 6-3, 6-2, in the quarterfinals.  That match is set to go off at 4 PM, which would is a surprise, considering Isner is the No 1 seed.  Ryan Harrison is set to play Santiago Giraldo in the 7 PM match.

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Intown Tennis Continues to Prosper in Atlanta

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By Sam Crenshaw, Special to Tennis Panorama News

(July 25, 2013) ATLANTA, GA -They said it wouldn’t work. Bringing an ATP tournament from Atlanta’s northside to an intown residential/retail development would be a logistical nightmare some thought. Not only did last year’s event draw crowds to see Andy Roddick’s final tournament win, it also landed a title sponsor in BB&T.

Atlantic Station

Now it’s year two for pro tennis in the city and Atlantic Station has been transformed into a tennis village. The players walk from their hotel to practice courts or to play matches, and during down time there is shopping, dining and plenty of entertainment. Lexus has signed on to be a long term sponsor for the tournament that has given spectators a reason to stay inside the perimeter after 5 o’clock.

Donate courts

When the tournament closes Sunday afternoon it will also mark a new beginning. Four of the courts at Atlantic Station, one of which is used for tournament play, will be donated to the City of Atlanta. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed will be on hand for the ceremony that will take place at the finals of the BB&T Atlanta Open. The courts will be maintained by the Atlanta Parks and Recreation Department and will be welcomed by the people who live and work in the area near Atlantic Station.

A hearty tip of the cap to USTA Southern for bringing pro tennis intown, making it more accessible to the entire community and now community courts that will be a part of a lasting legacy of the BB&T Atlanta Open.

The projected economic impact of the BB&T Atlanta Open is over 10 million dollars. This figure comes from the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau.

 

Isner news conference

Top Seed Isner wins in three sets

When John Isner says he didn’t know what to expect from Christian Harrison, he was speaking the truth. The top seed for the BB&T Atlanta Open opened play Thursday night with a tough 3 set win 7-6, 4-6, 7-5  in hot and humid conditions at Atlantic Station. The 19 year old Harrison, playing in his first ATP main draw, made a good impression on the tour veteran. “I thought he played pretty well.  He is a good player and I was fortunate to beat him .” I’ll take  the win, it’s better than not winning”, said Isner.

Next up for Isner is a quarterfinal match with good friend James Blake. Blake gets to the quarterfinals after a three set victory over Evgeny Donskoy. “James is playing well and he is not far removed from being number 4 in the world, ” says Isner. ” He is a confidence player and I will have to play very well to beat him”.

Sam Crenshaw is Sports Reporter and Anchor for WXIA-TV, and co-host of MatchPoint on Sportsouth. Follow Sam on twitter @samcrenshawwxia or @tennacityOrg

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The Quarters for the BB&T Atlanta Open are Set

By Tina Taylor-Brown, Special to Tennis Panorama News

(July 25, 2013) ATLANTA, GA -The smell of upset was in the air but eventually dissipated. Wild card player and tour newbie Christian Harrison played one of the best matches of his life against the serving giant of the tour- John Isner. This was an absolute thrilling match down to the last point. Isner, who admitted yesterday in his news conference that every year he struggles in the first match at the BB&T, always ending in a tough 3 setter, was yet again victorious. The first set could have gone either way, ending with Isner on top with 11-9 in the tiebreak. Harrison took the second set 6-4. Isner breaks at 5 all in the third, but his service game to win the match was riddled with deuces and feisty play from the youngster.

 

Joining Ivan Dodig and Lleyton Hewitt, players James Blake, Ryan Harrison, Denis Istomin and Kevin Anderson all advance into the quarter finals. Michael Russell retired from his match against Santiago Giraldo and pulled out of the doubles, citing stomach problems.

 

In doubles, (1) Ivan Dodig/Marcelo Melo, 2013 Wimbledon Doubles Finalists, were sat down in a nail biter by Jonathan Erlich/Andy Ram, 7-5, 4-6, 10-8. Great Brittain’s

C. Fleming/J. Marray put an easy stamping on J. Blake/J. Sock 3,2 and Tech “brothers” K. King/J. Spir go down to Roger-Vasselin/Sijsling.  L. Hewitt/C. Guccione and R. Berankis/S. Giraldo(WO) both advance.

 

 

ORDER OF PLAY – FRIDAY, JULY 26, 2013

STADIUM start 1:00 pm

[3] I Dodig (CRO) vs [7] L Hewitt (AUS)

 

Not Before 4:00 PM

[1] J Isner (USA) vs J Blake (USA)

 

Not Before 7:00 PM

S Giraldo (COL) vs R Harrison (USA)

 

Not Before 9:00 PM

D Istomin (UZB) vs [2] K Anderson (RSA)

 

AJC GRANDSTAND start 8:00 PM

 

Not Before 8:00 PM

[4] E Roger-Vasselin (FRA) / I Sijsling (NED) vs R Berankis (LTU) / S Giraldo (COL) – After Necessary RestORDER OF PLAY – FRIDAY, JULY 26, 2013

STADIUM start 1:00 pm

[3] I Dodig (CRO) vs [7] L Hewitt (AUS)

 

Not Before 4:00 PM

[1] J Isner (USA) vs J Blake (USA)

 

Not Before 7:00 PM

S Giraldo (COL) vs R Harrison (USA)

 

Not Before 9:00 PM

D Istomin (UZB) vs [2] K Anderson (RSA)

 

AJC GRANDSTAND start 8:00 PM

 

Not Before 8:00 PM

[4] E Roger-Vasselin (FRA) / I Sijsling (NED) vs R Berankis (LTU) / S Giraldo (COL) – After Necessary Rest

 

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