Luke Saville predicts tough clash against Marc Polmans

DESPITE his impressive form so far, Mildura Grand Tennis International men’s singles seventh seed Luke Saville believes he will need to lift his game for today’s semi-final.

Australian tennis player Luke Saville says he will have to bring his A game to today’s semi-final match after accounting for Brad Mousley (inset) in quarter-finals action yesterday. Pictures: Louise Donges

Australian tennis player Luke Saville says he will have to bring his A game to today’s semi-final match after accounting for Brad Mousley (inset) in quarter-finals action yesterday. Pictures: Louise Donges

Saville beat friend and third seed Brad Mousley 6-4, 6-2 yesterday to set up a clash with Marc Polmans, who came from a set down in his quarter final to beat Matt Barton 6-7, 6-3, 6-4 in two hours and 20 minutes.

Berri-born Saville was beaten by Polmans in the final of the previous Australian Pro Tour event at Renmark last weekend. 

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