Published: Wed, August 01, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

John Isner reaches 8th Atlanta Open final

John Isner reaches 8th Atlanta Open final

The British number two is now sitting at a career-high of 73rd in the ATP World Rankings, and the left-hander has continued to impress with an extended run on his first outing since Wimbledon.

Norrie led the second-seeded Kyrgios 7-5, 6-3 when the Australian retired.

Harrison had seemed on track to claim his second ATP World Tour title in the opening set, but could not keep up the momentum in the second and failed to convert four break-point opportunities.

The eighth-seeded Harrison took one hour and 44 minutes to overcome British left-hander 3-6 6-3 6-2 to set up a rematch of last year's decider.

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From there, Isner, who who made the Wimbledon semi-final just over a fortnight ago and also won the Miami Open in April, made the most of his chances, breaking his compatriot in the third and serving out to love to seal the match in just under two hours.

"To his credit, he [Ebden] played much better than me that day in Australia".

Norrie, advancing to his second ATP World Tour semi-final after making the same stage at the Lyon Open in May, admitted it was not how he had hoped to reach the last four, where he will meet American Ryan Harrison.

"I always feel comfortable playing here. the court suits my game style", he said yesterday. It helps a lot.

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epa06914553 John Isner of the US in action against Mischa Zverev of Germany during a quarterfinal round match of the BB&T Atlanta Open men's tennis tournament at Atlantic Station in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 27 July 2018. Now I'm sort of playing in my backyard; he beat me in his backyard.

The 33-year-old, who lost a mammoth semi-final to Kevin Anderson at SW19 earlier this month, won 7-5 4-6 6-1. "I can serve well, I can make a couple of returns and play aggressively". I am looking forward to my match tomorrow against Harrison.

"It was a little nervy from both of us there at the end".

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