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By Ajay Tyagi
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The American prevailed in the final match of the Miami Masters that did not see any dramatic moments, as Roddick emerged victorious 7-5 6-4, with his clinical performance and did not allow Berdych to make a comeback – throughout the match.
It was a comprehensive performance by the American, as he took the first set easily after getting the break point once in the set and steadily carried the same intensity and momentum in the second set too, which finally culminated as a much-deserving victory for the feisty American – this is first ATP Masters victory for Roddick in 2010. Berdych did play some lusty shots in-between, but they were far from enough to create any sort of problems for the American, who sailed through without countering any significant test.
The first set was equally contested by both the players, as it reached 5-5 – the players held on to their serves, until Roddick broke in the eleventh game and won the next game to take the first set to his kitty in a relatively convincing manner with 7-5.
Roddick carried the first-set momentum in the second set too as he broke in the very first game of the second set and also won the next one to get a 2-0 lead. Berdych did not get any break points in the second set and consequently allowed Roddick to win the match with 7-5 6-4.
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