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MONTREAL---To p -
ranked Novak Djokovic
advanced to the Rogers
Cup final, beating
France s Jeremy Chardy
6--4, 6--4 yesterday.
Second seeded Andy
Murray of Scotland faced
Nishikori of Japan in the
other semifinal late yes-
Djokoic, the tourna-
ment champion in 2007,
2011 and 2012, has won
52 of 55 matches this year.
The Serb is in position to
tie the ATP Tour record
for consecutive Masters
1000 event titles at five.
He stretched his career
record against Chardy to
On Friday night,
Djokovic survived two
match points and rallied
to beat Latvia s Ernests
Gulbis 5--7, 7--6 (7), 6--1
in the quarterfinals.
Djokoic survived two
match points for the first
time since 2012 in
Shanghai against Andy
Murray. The Serb, the
tournament champion in
2007, 2011 and 2012, has
won 51 of 54 matches this
Chardy had advanced
to to the semifinals after
completing a 6--7 (9),
7--6 (13), 7--6 (4) winner
over American John Isner
in the rain-delayed open-
Nishikori beat seventh-
seeded Spanish star
TORONTO---Simona Halep defeated Sara Errani
6--4, 6--4 yesterday to advance to the women s
final at the Rogers Cup.
She needed one hour 35 minutes to complete the
victory over her Italian opponent on a hot, sunny
afternoon at Aviva Centre.
The second-seeded Romanian will next play the
winner of the evening semifinal between top-seeded
American Serena Williams and Swiss teenager Belin-
da Bencic, who met late yesterday. The final is
scheduled for today.
Halep was boosted by a large group of vocal,
flag-waving Romanian fans on Centre Court. She
had a 26--9 edge in winners over the No 15 seed
and her consistency paid off.
Both players seemed content to pound it out
from the baseline. Errani has tremendous retrieval
skills but her spin-heavy serve lacks power and
Halep took advantage.
Errani s second serve dipped as low as 96 kilo-
metres per hour at times, giving Halep plenty of
time to position herself and uncork powerful returns.
Down 3--4 in the second set, the Italian played
a more aggressive style and forced a double-break
point. Halep fought back to deuce but double-
faulted on another break point to put the set back
Errani floated a serve at 30--30 that Halep put
away and the Romanian broke back before serving
out for the match. Halep, who appeared to be tiring
in the early afternoon heat, dropped to her knees
in relief after converting match point.
In doubles play, third-seeded American Bethanie
Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova of the Czech
Republic were to face Kristina Mladenovic of France
and Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic.
Top-seeded Martina Hingis of Switzerland and
Sania Mirza of India were scheduled to play fourth-
seeded Caroline Garcia of France and Katarina Sre-
botnik of Slovenia in the nightcap.
Halep downs Errani
in Rogers Cup semis
Rafael Nadal 6--2, 6--4
also on Friday. The tour-
nament winner last week
in Washington, Nishikori
topped Nadal for the first
time in eight attempts.
"It took a long time to
beat Rafa," Nishikori said.
"I don t usually like to
play against him, but the
last couple of matches---
I had chances in Australia
and in Madrid last year
---so I knew I was close."
Nishikori was all over
Nadal s serve, breaking
twice in the first set and
twice more in the sec-
Murray beat tenth-
seeded defending cham-
pion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
of France 6--4, 6--4.
match began nearly two
hours late and was inter-
rupted more than an
hour in the second set by
Chardy fought off
seven match points, five
in the second-set
tiebreaker. Isner missed
a volley at the net and
then hit wide on a service
return on set point. (AP)
Novak Djokovic, of Serbia, returns to Jeremy Chardy,
of France, during the semifinals at the Rogers Cup
tennis tournament yesterday in Montreal. Djokovic
won 6-4, 6-4 to move on to the final. AP PHOTO
Djokovic eases past Chardy
to reach Montreal final
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