Henman, Martin To Face Off In AEGON Masters Semi-finals
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“It’s always a pleasure to play at home," said Henman. "This is my first event on the ATP Champions Tour and there’s no better way to start than at the Royal Albert Hall with a crowd like this.”
The 2009 Champion Rafter helped set up the mouth-watering clash with Ivanisevic after his 6-1, 6-7 (4), 10-3 victory over Henri Leconte on Friday.
Meanwhile, in the day’s headline match, Ivanisevic continued his remarkable run against Greg Rusedski by saving set points in both sets to overcome the Briton 7-6(6), 7-6(6).
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MARTIN REACHES FINAL FOUR AND BACKS DJOKOVIC FOR 2011 SUCCESS
The American, who coached the World No.3 from August 2009 until April this year, was speaking after his quarterfinal victory over Cedric Pioline at the AEGON Masters Tennis in London on Friday.
“The world can be Novak’s oyster, his physical talent is spectacular and he’s got way more fight in him then most people give him credit for,” said Martin.
To find out what Martin believes to be the biggest challenge for Djokovic, click here
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