Ernests had it easy in his own service games while he had Seppi under constant pressure in his. He could have made more use of his chances due to some poor shot selection, but he got it done in the end.
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Gulbis made three DFs in that one game where Seppi broke him But otherwise a nice match to watch And after three years on tour, Gulbis is finally getting to play Federer He's got very little chances to win but I still can't wait to see that match