Frank Dancevic on a roll.
The Indianapolis tournament has now become a cinderella story for the canadian Frank Dancevic ranked 109th on the ATP tour.
In his semifinal match, Dancevic has defeated a proven top 10 player in Andy Roddick who is ranked 5th in the world right now.
In two straight sets of 6-4 and 7-6 (7-1), Dancevic qualified for his very first ATP tour final in career.
For the first time since Greg Ruzedski in april 1995, a tennis player from Canada will play in a final of an ATP tour tournament. Dancevic, now at 22 years old, will face in the final the winner of the semifinal match opposing Dmitry Tursunov and Sam Querry.
Dancevic made some comments after his match with Andy Roddick. He first said that it was the best match he ever played in his career. He also mentioned that he took advantage of the fact that Andy Roddick did not serve as well as usual to defeat him.
Before this tournament, Dancevic had never reached the quarterfinal match of an ATP tour event. We wish him good luck for his ultimate match in Indianapolis.
(Picture: Canadian Press)