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Hewitt downs unhappy Henman in Stella semis

Written by: Staff

LONDON, June 17 (Reuters) Lleyton Hewitt reached his fourth final at the Stella Artois grasscourt championships with a controversial 6-3 3-6 6-2 victory over Briton Tim Henman today.

Henman was incensed by the line-calling during the semi-final and even called the supervisor on court to complain during the third set before sliding to defeat.

Hewitt kept his cool and in the final the Australian three times champion will face either defending champion Andy Roddick or another American, James Blake. They play their semi-final later today.

Hewitt also beat Henman in the 2001 and 2002 finals at the pre-Wimbledon Queen's Club.


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