The Spanish Pablo Carreño eliminated this Saturday in the semifinals the British Daniel Evans and got a ticket to the final of the Montreal Masters 1000.
Carreño (23rd) submitted Evans (39th) with scores of 7-5, 6-7 (7/9), 6-2 in three hours, thanks in part to 22 unforced errors from his opponent and six double faults on his serve.
Evans missed his last serve opportunity as he committed the sixth double fault of a long night to drop the match.
Carreno said he was pleased to finish with 45 game-winning points without playing his best tennis to reach his first career Masters final. «It is important to win these types of matchesI am very happy to be in the final«, he pointed out.
His rival on Sunday in the final will be the Pole Hubert Hurkaczeighth seed, who beat fourth-seeded Casper Ruud of Norway.
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