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10th-seeded Mardy Fish survives 2nd round Wimbledon match

It took more than four hours, but Edina native Mardy Fish won his second-round match at Wimbledon today -- holding on to beat Britain's James Ward in five sets. It's Fish's first tournament since having a medical procedure on his heart in May.
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It took more than four hours, but Edina native Mardy Fish won his second-round match at Wimbledon today -- holding on to beat Britain's James Ward in five sets. It's Fish's first tournament since having a medical procedure on his heart in May.

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