who wasted no time in dismissing Japan's Hiroki Moriya 6-0, 6-1, 6-2 in
one hour and 40 minutes. The No. 118-ranked Dodig claimed his first
tour-level win since reaching the quarter-finals at The Queen's Club in
June (l. to Querrey) and will play Murray for the first time.
me it's great," said Dodig, looking ahead to his next match. "I will be
really, really happy to play on a big court. I have some experience
with some other guys, but with him it's the first time for me... Of
course it's going to be tough, but I have to focus on my game and try to
play my best on the court."
Dodig has a 3-10
record against Top 10 players and claimed his biggest victory against a
No. 2-ranked Rafael Nadal last year at the Rogers Cup in Canada, where
he prevailed 1-6, 7-6(5), 7-6(5)