Querrey to meet Ginepri for Indianapolis championship
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Third-seeded Sam Querrey cruised into the Indianapolis Championships final with a 6-4 6-4 victory over Canada's Frank Dancevic Saturday.
Querrey will face fellow American Robby Ginepri for the title Sunday. Ginepri beat John Isner 6-4 6-3 in Saturday's other semi-final.
"I've trained 150 times with each of those guys, but we've never played a (ATP) Tour match," Querrey told reporters.
"I've had three semi-finals here and now I've finally gone past that," he said of his first final in Indianapolis.
"I feel great, I've really improved my movement a lot from last season, that is key."
The world No. 37 also made last week's final at Newport, Rhode Island, losing to Rajeev Ram.
"Hopefully, I get a win this time," said Querrey, whose only ATP title came at Las Vegas in 2008. "It's been a good two or three weeks."
Querrey led the second set 4-0 before being broken twice by Dancevic, who beat top seed Dmitry Tursunov of Russia in the quarter-finals Friday.
Ginepri saved all five break points he faced while breaking Isner twice. Continued...