Re: Ryan Harrison
: 15 sty 2018, 18:34
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http://www.atpworldtour.com/en/news/fer ... 018-mondayRyan Harrison of the U.S. improved to 3-6 against countryman John Isner in their FedEx ATP Head2Head series. Harrison saved seven of eight break points to advance 6-3, 7-6(5).
https://www.atpworldtour.com/en/news/ch ... 18-tuesdayRyan Harrison recovered from a set down to defeat James Duckworth 4-6, 7-6(2), 6-1. The eighth seed won 75 per cent of first-serve points and saved four of five break points.
https://www.atpworldtour.com/en/news/is ... 8-saturdayHarrison did his part by coming from behind for the fourth straight match this week, breaking a total of three times in the final two sets against Norrie to advance after one hour, 44 minutes. The 26-year-old would also advance to the doubles final later in the evening.
Entering the tournament, Harrison had won just seven of his previous eight tour-level matches. But the American has gotten back on track with his quartet of three-set victories, moving into his fourth ATP World Tour final. Before arriving in Atlanta, Harrison had won a total of five matches from a set down since the start of the 2017 season.
If he should overcome the 3-7 deficit in his FedEx ATP Head2Head rivalry against Isner, Harrison will become the fourth American to triumph at tour-level this campaign, joining Isner (Miami), Steve Johnson (Houston & Newport) and #NextGenATP Frances Tiafoe (Delray Beach).
"It’s always a tough, but fun match when you play John. We go to tie-breaks almost every time we play. You know what you’re going to get, his serve is always dominate, but his serve is even more dominant here because of the conditions and the confidence that he plays with," Harrison said. "My job is to just try to focus on every service point with as much commitment and concentration as I can and if he doesn’t let me play a return game where I can break in the first set, then I have to be ready for a tie-break. He feels comfortable here, but this has also been one of my most successful tournaments, so I feel just as ready."
Ryan Harrison - przegrane finały (3):
2018 (2) Brisbane, Atlanta
2017 (1) Atlanta