Campbell’s Open Hall of Fame Champion Mardy Fish (above).

American Mardy Fish came from a set down to win his 4th career title and first ever grass court championship, defeating Belgium’s Olivier Rocchus, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 in 2 hours and 4 minutes.  Fish was dominant on serve in the match, hitting 24 aces on the way to victory.

With the win, Fish jumps 30 spots in this week’s ATP Top 100 from world # 79 to world # 49.  Last month, Fish faced American Sam Querrey in the AEGON final at Queen’s Club on grass, which he lost to the young American.

Fish improved his all time record to 4-11 in ATP level finals with yesterday’s victory.

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–Crack (https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com)