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By Ajay Tyagi
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Almagro leads the way with 32 wins under his belt on clay courts this season and has even won two titles on his favourite surface. Last week, he also reached the final of Swedish Open, where he lost to countryman David Ferrer. He is currently ranked at No 10 in the rankings and has 45-14 win loss record this year. On Clay, he stands at 33-8.
Kohlschreiber, who is coming off his first Wimbledon quarter-final, defeated Italy’s Fabio Fognini to reach the quarterfinals here for the first time in nine attempts. The German is currently ranked at No 22 and has won one title in Munich this season.
Both the players have met six times before and they both share 3-wins each. The pair also met last year in the second round of Hamburg Open and Almagro emerged victorious in it.
Ahead of this clash, Kohlschreiber said " “It’s going to be a tough one, but now I have nothing to lose. So far I’ve reached my best result here in Hamburg, and I’m very happy about it.”
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