Devvarman in ATP Challengers final

Updated: 30 July 2008 16:27 IST

The Indian entered the final of the Lexington Challengers after his semifinal opponent Xavier Malisse retired in the first set.

Lexington:

Somdev Devvarman entered the singles final after his semifinal opponent retired mid-way through in the USD 50,000 ATP Challenger tournament here.

Devvarman, who entered the main draw via qualifying round, was leading 4-1 when Belgium's Xavier Malisse conceded the match.

The Indian will now lock horns with third seed American Robert Kendrick, who knocked out top seed Dudi Sela of Israel.

Topics : Tennis Somdev Devvarman
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