Federer and Djokovic remain on course in Dubai

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Updated: September 26, 2014

ffed Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic remained on course for a semifinal clash when they both advanced into the quarterfinals at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. samsung custodia outlet custodia samsung Federer looked to be cruising against Radek Stepanek when he took the first set 6/2, however the Swiss seemed to move into cruise control allowing Stepanek back in the match when he clinched the second set 6/7, the first time he had taken a set off Federer since the 2008 US Open. iphone custodia outlet covero iphone Federer responded to the scare and clinched the third set 6/3 and will now take on Lukas Rosol, the man that put Nadal out of Wimbledon 2 years ago. custodia samsung store Rosol advanced in straight sets against Dmitry Tursunov. custodia iphone In other action, last years runner up Tomas Berdych breezed past Sergiy Stakhovsy in straight sets and will now face Jo-Wilfred Tsonga who enjoyed an easy day in the office as Davydenko withdrew through injury, while Kohlschreiber, Youzhny and Jaziri all joined them in the quarterfinals. custodia outlet samsung s8 In the last match of the evening, 4 times champion Novak Djokovic demolished Roberto Bautista Agut 6/1, 6/3, setting up a meeting with Mikhail Youzhny who last beat the defending champion on the hard courts of Rotterdam in 2010. custodia silicone samsung a8 cover iphone custodia THURSDAY’S QUARTERFINAL MATCHES Novak Djokovic (1) vs. samsung custodia outlet Mikhail Youzhny (6)
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Roger Federer (4) vs. cover custodia samsung iphone custodia outlet Lukas Rosol
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