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Ferrer usually reserves his best performances for the clay courts. But considering the way he dealt with Del Potro, he appears to be increasingly home on grass. The last Spaniard left in singles, he made only eight unforced errors and never lost his serve under the Centre Court’s retractable roof.
“Very difficult to beat Andy on all surfaces but on grass court it’s more difficult,” said Ferrer, who beat Andy Roddick in the third round. “He’s the favorite because he’s better than me … I will have to play my best tennis to beat him.”
Fish resumed a set ahead against Tsonga, a semifinalist here last year, but was hampered Tuesday by back and hip problems.
“My body doesn’t turn up as good if you stop and start like that,” said Fish, who was playing in his first tournament since having a procedure on his heart in late May.
Tsonga also struggled with a back problem, causing the Frenchman to leave the court briefly for treatment after winning the second-set tiebreaker. But he returned to break Fish in the next game and served out the match with an ace.
“It’s been an unbelievable run,” said Baker, who was ranked 458th at the start of 2012 but will rise inside the top 80. “Can’t be too upset about that.”
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