Edina native Mardy Fish is a winner at Wimbledon. He beat Spain’s Rubert Ramirez-Hidalgo in straight sets today, hitting 24 aces. It was Fish’s first match since having a medical procedure on his heart in May.
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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.
Wimbledon 2012: Mardy Fish draws No. 10 seed
A heart procedure forced Mardy Fish to miss the French Open, but the Minnesota native is rested and ready to play at Wimbledon. Wimbledon draws were announced Friday and Fish received the No. 10 seed. Fish is the 12th ranked player in the world, and second ranked American behind No. 10 John Isner.
Video: Mardy Fish drills line judge in eye with 118-MPH serve
It's hazardous duty at Wimbledon. Watch as Edina native Mardy Fish hits a line judge in the eye with a serve during his match with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Mardy Fish withdraws from U.S. Open
Edina native Mardy Fish withdrew from his fourth-round match against top-ranked Roger Federer at the U.S. Open on Monday. Fish issued a statement saying he pulled out before the match for "precautionary" reasons. Earlier this summer Fish underwent a heart procedure to fix an irregular heartbeat.
Fish part of ATP World Tour Finals
Edina native Mardy Fish is happy to be part of this weekend's ATP World Tour Finals. Ranked No. 8 in the world, Fish says he doesn't feel like he belongs with the likes of Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokavich, but is excited to be part of the year end tournament. The finals feature the top eight players in the world.
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