John Isner reaches 8th Atlanta Open final

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John Isner won the BB&T Atlanta Open for the fifth time in six years Sunday, beating fellow American Ryan Harrison in the final for the second straight year.

Norrie, world No 73, breezed through the first set before his higher-ranked opponent responded to secure a 2-6 6-3 6-2 victory.

Seeking his fifth victory at Atlantic Station in the last six years, Isner will face the victor of the night semifinal between eighth-seeded Ryan Harrison and Britain's Cameron Norrie.

It will be an Isner-Harrison final in the ATP World Tour 250-level tournament for the second consecutive year, after Isner triumphed last year.

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A revitalised Isner never looked back in the third set as Harrison's frustration finally boiled over and he smashed his racket against the court. "I was struggling a little bit", Isner said of his previous match against Ebden.

The 33-year-old Isner lost only two first-serve points against the seventh-seeded Zverev, won all but three of his service points in the third set and broke twice.

Isner is 7-1 in the semifinals, with the lone loss coming to Andy Roddick in 2012.

Kyrgios leads their head-to-head meetings 3-0 against Harrison, the Australian prevailed in 2018 Brisbane, 2017 Madrid and 2016 Tokyo. "I served really good most of the days and it was an unbelievable tie-break".

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"It's been a tough year", Baghdatis said.

That helped set up the second straight Isner-Harrison Atlanta final with Isner triumphing previous year.

Chasing a maiden ATP Tour title, the world no. 55 Australian will play top seed John Isner for a place in the final. "But we'll see what happens". He is also the only one in the group to ever win a tournament on the Tour - a pair of titles at Hamburg, including previous year.

"It was a little nervy from both of us there at the end".

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