Sunday, February 28, 2010

Wet weather delayed the final match of Dubai Tennis Championship

Defending champion Novak Djokovic will have to wait to defend his Dubai Tennis Championship title once again as rain halted final match on Saturday against Mikhail Youzhny. If wet weather did not interrupt in the match then the world No. 2 could easily win the title. The Serbian opponent Novak Djokovic won the first set by 7-5. No doubt, he faced a tough challenge by his opponent. It took 63 minutes to win the first set. Because of this fact you can mention this game topsy-turvy. In the second set, he was in benefit after taking 2-0 lead. When weather intervened again, he was 30-15 up in the third game. However, umpire Mohamed Lahyani announced that the court is too wet to play. Despite the workers hard working, the venue was not suitable to play anymore. Both players will have to wait for one more day to ensure the match result. Let us see if Novak Djokovic can hold his 17th ATP title.

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