WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN 2013
Del Potro Returns to Cincinnati Semi-Finals
by ATP Staff|
He was pleased with his serve overall, firing 15 aces and winning 81 percent of his first serve points.
"I served well. I made many aces. I'm looking forward to tomorrow," del Potro said afterwards.
Del Potro has won all four of their career meetings, including a three-set victory in the Washington final two weeks ago.
"But in the semi-finals in the Masters, all the players are here and they are playing so well, he said.
In addition to his titles at Washington and Rotterdam earlier this year, the 2009 US Open champion also enjoyed success at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event at Indian Wells in March, when he defeated both Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray to reach the final. He is 25-6 on hard courts so far this year and came into the week ranked No. 4 in the FedEx ATP Reliability Index for the best hard court winning percentages this season.
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