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Devonshire Park, Eastbourne: 20th - 27th June 2015
The Frenchman gained a comfortable 6-3, 6-4 win in his match against Martin Klizan. The number one seed took just over an hour to reach his third semi final of the year, and will be looking to secure his third Aegon International title when he takes on Denis Isotmin.
In the women's side of the draw, fifth seed Angelique Kerber beat Russian world no. 22 Ekaterina Makarova 6-2, 6-1. This is the German Kerber's third appearance at the south coast tournament, and the world no. 9 will have been happy to avenge last year's defeat to Makarova in the second round.
On the men's side of the draw, world no. 77 Sam Querrey beat Julien Benneteau 7-6(5), 6-4 to secure his place in the mens semi finals. The big serving American put 16 aces past the Frenchman, winning 90% of his first serves to make it through to the next round.
Madison Keys is also through on the women's side as she beat fellow American Lauren Davis 6-2, 6-0 in just over an hour. Davis, who had come through qualifying, managed to save seven break points, but it was the four she didn't save that punished her in the end. Keys moves on to play Watson in the semi final.
The world no. 16 and eighth seed edged a close match against surprise package Camila Giorgi 6-7(7), 6-4, 6-2 to reach the semi finals. In a match full of entertainment, Giorgi took the first set in contentious circumstances, with the umpire ordering a crucial point to be replayed before Giorgi double faulted and smashed a ball into the crowd. However, she recovered to serve out the tiebreak and take the set.
Wozniacki got her game together in the second set, and started utilising her range of groundstrokes to take the match to the Italian and take the second 6-4. In the final set, some agressive groundstrokes from Wozniacki saw her counter her opponents similarily agressive stance, before a strong finish saw her through. Wozniacki will face fellow seed German Angelique Kerber and will be looking to win the title for her second time following on from her 2009 victory.
British no. 1 Heather Watson received a walkover into the semi finals of the tournament after Czech Petra Kvitova withdrew from the tournament with an injured hamstring.
It wasn't to be for Ken and Neal Skupski, as their Aegon International campaign came to an end against the number one seed pairing of Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares. The Austrian Brazilian duo took the first set quickly, but were pushed all the way in the second, eventually coming through to win 6-3, 7-6(3).
Rain stopped play for the first time this week late on Thursday afternoon, meaning defending champion Feliciano Lopez's match against Jeremy Chardy has been moved to Friday. Ross Hutchin and Colin Fleming's match against fellow Brit Dom Inglot and his partner Treat Huey has also been moved to Friday.
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