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Andy Murray has erased a championship point and rallied past David Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (1) in the final of the Sony Open.
One point from defeat in the last set, Murray skipped a forehand off the far baseline to stay in the match Sunday. He then dominated the tiebreaker, while Ferrer appeared to cramp and collapsed to the court after one rally.
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By Amy Fetherolf (March 27, 2013) MIAMI — Despite dropping the first set in an error-filled match, World No. 5 David Ferrer advanced to the semifinals of the Sony Open, beating Jurgen Melzer, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 in an hour and 55 minutes. Ferrer started strongly, breaking Melzer for 2-0. However, Melzer then rattled off five [...]
Sharapova powered past Errani at Indian Wells. Will she do it again?
After a handful of upsets in the men’s draw on Tuesday, Wednesday offers the start of the quarterfinals and the end of that round in the women’s draw.
Maria Sharapova vs. Sara Errani: While nearly all of the other Indian Wells headliners have vanished, the women’s champion there keeps chugging through a...
Will the fierce terrier from Spain wear down the German veteran? (Photo: Christopher Levy for Tennis Grandstand)
In the men’s semifinals at the Sony Open, two underdogs with elegant one-handed backhands face two top-five men with more functional two-handers. While both of the underdogs have continued to sizzle through the draw after catching fire earlier this week, they face...