United States' Sam Querre, weas a Mexican hat as Spain's Rafael Nadal wipes his sweat while they pose for photographers during the trophy ceremony at the Mexican Tennis Open in Acapulco, Mexico, Saturday March 4, 2017.(AP Photo/Enric Marti)
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Querrey, No. 4 in the world, fired 19 aces, backed up by powerful groundstrokes, en route to his first victory over Nadal in five meetings.Querrey surrendered just four points on his serve in the opening set and he broke Nadal at love to seize a 5-3 advantage.That included five in the eighth game – three of which Querrey neutralized with aces.They went on serve to the tiebreaker, where Nadal faltered first.A brace of baseline errors from Nadal gave Querrey a 6-3 lead and a chance to serve for the title, with Nadal sending a forehand long on the American's first match point.
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