Tsonga hammers Italy's Seppi to retain Metz title

Tsonga hammers Italy's Seppi to retain Metz title

Doha : Qatar | Sep 23, 2012 at 9:48 AM PDT
Source: Mail and Guardian
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World number seven Tsonga, who currently occupies the eighth and last qualifying place for the London event in November, demolished the world number 28 6-1 6-2 in 50 minutes to clinch his second title this season after winning in Doha in January. The Frenchman relied on his powerful first serve and his... FULL ARTICLE AT Mail and Guardian
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