BRASIL OPEN 2012
Almagro Tops Ramos, Reaches Sao Paulo Final
Sao Paulo, Brazil
by ATP Staff|
The top-seeded Almagro won 77 per cent of his service points, but converted just two of his eight break point chances. He clinched the semi-final victory on his second match point, improving to an 18-4 record at the ATP World Tour 250 event.
Almagro is looking to win his 11th ATP World Tour title, with all of his previous triumphs coming on clay. He is a two-time event titlist, having lifted the trophy in 2011 and 2008.
After losing the first set, Volandri broke the home favourite six times, and did not face a break point in the second and third sets to advance to his first ATP World Tour final in over five years.
Volandri will attempt to end a title drought dating back to his title victory in Palmero in 2006. He holds a 2-6 final record.
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