Ram, Erlich keep Masters dream alive

The duo, ranked eight in the ATP’s Doubles Race, needs to overcome brothers Bob and Mike Bryan.

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November 2, 2005 09:41
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Andy Ram and Yoni Erlich kept their dream of reaching next month's season-ending Masters Cup in Shanghai alive with a 7-6(5), 2-6, 6-2 win over the world's fifth ranked team, Leander Paes and Nenad Zimonjic. The duo, ranked eight in the ATP's Doubles Race, needs to overcome brothers Bob and Mike Bryan of America in the quarterfinals and hope for Australians Wayne Arthurs and Paul Hanley to slip up to increase its chances.

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