Posted April 09, 2012 on AP on Fox
PLAYERS: Tommy HaasGo SoedaMardy Fish
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Former champion Tommy Haas withdrew with a right knee injury Monday during qualifying in the US Men's Clay Court Championships. Haas won the tournament in 2004. He warmed up for his match against Go Soeda of Japan at River Oaks Country Club before deciding he could not continue. Top-seeded Mardy Fish, who withdrew from Davis Cup play last week following what he called a health scare, has a bye into the second round and will play his first match Thursday.
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