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The Dutchman saved a break point in the fifth game and broke Bolelli in the following game. The Italian broke right back for 4-3 and then saved four break points in the next game before Haase converted the fifth to take a decisive lead. He closed out the set with his second ace.
Haase looked more comfortable in the second set and ended the match with 23 unforced errors compared to 43 for Bolelli.
Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press
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