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Muller, who won his second ATP World Tour title of the year on the grass of the Ricoh Open last week, saved two set points in the second set to beat 2010 champion Querrey 6-4, 7-6(5) in 81 minutes. He remains perfect on mown lawns in 2017 with a 7-0 match record.
Mixing up his service speed, an aggressive Muller broke in the third game of the opening set. It was to be the only break point chance of the match until the 12th game of the second set. Muller had given nothing away on his serve, but when the Luxembourg native let slip a 40/15 lead, due to volley and forehand errors, Querrey got two set point opportunities. Although Querrey led 5/3 in the tie-break, Muller was able to regroup and win four straight points.