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David Nalbandian advances at Rogers Cup

08-11-2010 11:03 BJT

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David Nalbandian rolled into Canada off his first ATP title in Washington last Sunday. Could he keep his winning form intact against 10th seeded David Ferrer at the Rogers Cup in Toronto? 

The Argentinean started off on a charge. Ferrer missed a chance to force a tiebreaker, and a great serve from Nalbandian gave the South American the first set, 7-5. Ferrer leveled the match at a set apiece, but followed that with a terrible service game in the decider. Nalbandian won the third set to advance to the second round.

In another match, Serbia's Viktor Troicki defeated 11th seed Marcin Celic 6-4, 7-6 for a place in the next round.

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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