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Wozniacki held at love and Kerber won just one point on her serve in the final game."I feel like I have been running and grinding and playing really well this week.I have reached a lot of balls and felt comfortable," Wozniacki said. I missed a few volleys today, but it's definitely something I have been working on and something I feel more and more comfortable with."Sharapova earned the only two service breaks of her second set, winning the match with a forehand down the line. 13 -- one spot from her career-high of 12th -- after losing the biggest semifinal of her career. -- Novak Djokovic didn't get much of a workout on his way to the BNP Paribas Open semifinals.The world's top-ranked man beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-3, 6-1 in 54 minutes on Friday and didn't mind the brevity."I had plenty of tennis last two, three months," he said, smiling.
31, when he last lost to American Sam Querrey in Paris.Juan Martin del Potro had to go the distance to upset No.3 seed Andy Murray 6-7 (5), 6-3, 6-1 for the first time in five tries on hard courts and will play Djokovic in Saturday's semifinals.He's reached at least the quarterfinals in four of five events this year."He played like someone that's won a lot of matches recently," Murray said. I was positive all the time, even when I lost the first set, tough first set," he said."Especially in the second and third set when the important moments came, he played well."Del Potro considers his wrist nearly 100 percent recovered from the 2010 injury that knocked him off the tour after he won the 2009 U. "I be aggressive all the time, I'm hitting all the time hard the ball with my forehands, and I play a few slices as well and drop shots."In the first women's semifinal, Wozniacki and Kerber resembled junior players at times as they exchanged countless moonballs.