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ATP Newport - Friday preview

Ian Horne in ATP 13 Jul 2012
Australia's Lleyton Hewitt plays a forehand shot during his first round men's singles defeat to France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on the second day of the 2012 Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament at the All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on June 26, 2012. (credit: Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images)

The Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships continues on Friday with some eagerly anticipate quarters and a semi-final contest

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The ATP Newport Open will continue on Friday, and it looks like we’ll see another fascinating day of tennis on the grass here. In the first quarter-final top seed John Isner will meet South Africa’s Izak Van Der Merwe. Isner is the defending champion here, and will be hoping that a successful title defence could help him to work his way back into the top ten.

The second quarter-final of the day will feature Benjamin Becker and David Goffin. Becker has been on fire this week, and he turned a few heads by eliminating Milos Raonic in round two. Goffin has a difficult match ahead of him here, but he seems to enjoy a challenge. The young Belgian reached round four of the French Open as a lucky loser this year.

Friday’s semi-final will feature Lleyton Hewitt and Rajeev Ram. Hewitt has struggled with injury problems in recent years, but he’s still a major threat in this event. He appears to be the likely victor today, though Ram has a big serve, which makes him a troublesome opponent on grass.



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