Friday, March 2, 2012

Verdasco in the semifinals after eliminating Almagro

The Spanish tennis player Fernando Verdasco has entered your ticket to the semi-finals of Acapulco (Mexico) after defeating fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro 6-4, 7-6 (5) in a quarter-final where the Spaniard was higher but may well have been in a hypothetical third set after the end of a strange game.

Verdasco seems to have found an antidote in the Mexican league that has made him recover his best tennis after the rebuke suffered in past tournaments. Even so, ended up suffering, not knowing that a duel sentencing date for a spot in the final with the winner of the match between Stanislas Wawrinka and Jeremy Chardy. The first set was clear to Verdasco. The Madrid player was better on serve and did not grant any option to 'break' to Almagro, a finalist last year in Acapulco, which found no place in the entire manga. With an early break 'Fer' encarriló his lead in the match as 6-4.

Then the player Murcia was gradually improving his tennis and minimizing mistakes, but before, and had left his service in the first game of the second set. Verdasco enjoyed confidence and again with a comfortable early lead. However, both are unpredictable Spanish tennis player and left for the latest games a finale.

With the 5-4, Verdasco took to take the match. Despite solve three balls break, and also lose a game, the Spaniard ended up losing their service. Almagro party clung fiercely and forced the tiebreak. In sudden death, the Murcia came to enjoy a 5-2 advantage, but in a surprising twist Verdasco party went around the marker and took the set and the ticket to semis.

On the other hand, the Spanish tennis player Estrella Cabeza Candela were defeated in their quarterfinal match (6-4, 6-3) to the Italian Sara Errani. The match was very even but opted for the seeded number three in the tournament thanks to his success with the kick, which left the women's Spanish Acapulco without representation.


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