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Topic - Juan Jaysingh
Outside the stadium on the grandstand court in Rock Creek Park, one of the best matches of the Legg Mason Tennis Classic was taking place. At first, only a couple of hundred were on hand to see 2010 finalist and No. 7 seed Marcos Baghdatis face Somdev Devvarman.
"He tries very hard. He puts it on the line, competes day in and day out, and he's a really nice, sophisticated guy," Jaysingh said. "He's able to connect with a lot of people - both who play and who don't play tennis."