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Michael Russell led 2-0 in the final set, but he had had a very long week; maybe he ran out of steam.
Feliciano Lopez and John Isner both advance take a look at all the results...
Another promising result for Garbine Muguruza Blanco, but she remains below #130 after Julia Georges wins the match
Maybe John Isner should start petitioning that they play best-of-seven matches. Or best of nine. He seems to love marathons. We show him two wins away from becoming the #1 American.
Barcelona (Mon): Defending Champ Roberta Vinci Victorious In Opener
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American Tim Smyczek wins after the Canadian Dancevic retires
Connor Hance, 13, Stuns Top Seed in Boys’ 16s at USTA International Spring Championships
Paes/Stepanek win the doubles... and Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic play the mens finals today.
The women's highlight of the day is Agnieszka Radwanska vs. Maria Sharapova.
Miami (Wednesday): Marion Bartoli Stuns Victoria Azarenka To End Win Streak Thursday, March 29, 2012 2:09 AM
Novak Djokovic had one very long service game in the second set, but the bottom line is, he was never broken. He leaves Marcos Baghdatis right around #40
Maria Sharapova has already clinched the #2 ranking, but the more points she earns here, the less she has to worry after her Rome title comes off.
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