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Slovakian Martin Klizan registered his 10th tour-level win when he defeated Slovenian wild card Aljaz Bedene 6-2,6-2 on Monday at ATP Vegata Croatia Open Umag. The seventh seed had nine break points out of which he converted five.
Klizan, 22 caught the eye of the of the tennis world when he defeated Juan Ignacio Chela on his Wimbledon debut. He also jumped to a career-high No.60 in the world following that win. The Slovenian has already won three clay-court titles on the ATP Challenger Tour this season.
He next plays German Matthias Bachinger who had a much tougher route to the pre-quarters, when he met Portugal’s Joao Souza . That match lasted a massive two hours and 41 minutes, with the German prevailing 6-7(5), 6-1, 7-6(6).
Andrey Kuznetsov also a wild card here was also fought his way into the pre-quarters winning 6-3, 5-7, 7-6(5) over Spaniard Daniel Munoz-De La Nava in just under three hours.
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