Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France celebrates during his match against Belgium's Steve Darcis. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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David Goffin and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga are each on top of their games.Tsonga and Goffin are set to play against each other Sunday in what is shaping up as a decisive contest following Saturday's doubles.Earlier, Goffin was in control throughout as he ended a three-match losing streak against Pouille by hitting 21 winners and 12 aces without facing a break point on the indoor hard court at Pierre Mauroy stadium.Noah said he noticed that Benneteau was crying.Mahut and Benneteau, who have won two ATP titles together, were expected to play the doubles Saturday but Noah chose to pair Richard Gasquet and Pierre-Hugues Herbert for the first time against Ruben Bemelmans and Joris De Loore.
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