Found February 24, 2013 on Tennis Panorama :
(February 24, 2013) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga survived a match point to claim his 10th career ATP World Tour title with a 3-6, 7-6(6), 6-4 victory over Tomas Berdych in the final of Marseille. Tsonga held off 5 match points in his quarterfinal match against Bernard Tomic. “This is a great victory,” Tsonga said. “I stayed in the match even when it was very difficult and waited for my chance. I survived and took my chance when it came. I’m very happy. This shows me that I’m on the right way. The draw was very strong here.”   “I had a few chances, but Jo was able to serve well in the moment,” said Berdych. “That’s the sport. Here, I lost three tie-breaks. This one was very important. But it happens.” Tsonga is now the first player to win an ATP World Tour title saving match point(s) in two different matches during the same tournament since Sam Querrey did it in Los Angeles in 2010. Tsonga also captured the Marseille title in 2009. “This victory is different from the one in 2009,” Tsonga sai

PHOTO OP: Tomas Berdych in all his glory

Looks like Tomas Berdych, who will face Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the Marseille final tomorrow, is getting something stretched. Not sure if it's what he was hoping for, though. But he looks happy sooooooo... This pic is in desperate need of a caption. It's calling out, crying for one. Someone? Anyone? [Photo(s) credit: Tomas Berdych FB page]
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