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NEWPORT, R.I. -- Two-time defending champ John Isner defeated fellow American Ryan Harrison 7-6 (0), 6-2 on Monday in the opening round of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships. The 6-foot-9 Isner rode his big serve to win his 11th straight match on Newports grass courts. He was not broken in the match that lasted 1 hour, 20 minutes, taking control by blanking Harrison in the tiebreaker. Isner, seeded second, broke in the third and seventh games of the second set before Harrison hit a backhand return long on the matchs final point. The 28-year old Isner showed no effects from a left knee injury that forced him to retire from his second-round match at Wimbledon. In winning the 2012 title in Newport, Isner held serve in 57 of the 58 games he played. It was a similar formula on Monday. "Just getting the first one out of the way is critical for me," he said. "I was happy how I played in the second set, took care of my serve well. I felt like I was in a lot of his service games, especially in that second set." When it was over, Isner let out a loud "Yes!" as Harrisons shot sailed long under sun-drenched skies with temperatures in the low 80s with a slight breeze. "I remember last year in my first round here, I won 6-4 in the third," said Isner, ranked 19th overall entering the week. " Its always a tough match. Playing Ryan, I beat him here in the semifinals last year. Hes a good grass-court player and hes a friend of mine. But hes someone I dont want to lose to. Its important to win those matches like that. Im one of the top ranked Americans and I want to continue to stay way for as long as I can, and beating guys like Ryan helps." Top seed Sam Querrey is slated to face fellow-American Tim Smyczek is his first-round match on Tuesday. In the most interesting match of the day, Polands Michal Przysiezny beat 15-year old American Stefan Kozlov, who was making his ATP debut, 6-3, 6-7 (9), 6-4 in a match that lasted nearly 2 1/2 hours. Kozlov, who lives in the Miami-area, broke to go up 4-3 in the third before calling for the trainer, who worked on his right hip. "I slipped in the first set on my hip and it kind of got progressively worse," Kozlov said. The match ended with the youngster limping before falling to the ground as he made his way to the net. He sat in his chair for a while with a towel over his head before slowly walking off the court. "I was hanging in there and started cramping," he said. "Its kind of tough to play when youre cramping. Now I know I could actually win. I couldnt believe I could win a set." The tournament is held in conjunction with induction ceremonies into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Martina Hingis leads the 2013 class that will be enshrined on Saturday before the semifinals. 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Dickey once again looked like the Cy Young Award winner the Toronto Blue Jays acquired in the off-season. Dickey allowed two hits in 8 1-3 innings and sparked a four-run fifth with an RBI double, leading Toronto to a 4-0 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday. "He was just about perfect today," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "He had it all going on. He was in the strike zone. Everything was really dancing today. ... Thats him at his best right there." Mark DeRosa added a two-run single and Adam Lind had three hits for his eighth multihit performance in the past 12 games, helping the Blue Jays earn a split of the two-game series. Barry Zito (4-4) was done in by the one big inning and lost at home for the first time since last August. The defending World Series champion Giants have lost 11 of 18 games heading into a nine-game road trip. Dickey (5-7) bounced back from a pair of rough starts in which he allowed six runs each to Baltimore and Atlanta. With the back and neck problems that contributed to his slow start in Toronto now in the past, Dickey returned to the form that helped him dominate the National League last season for the New York Mets. He was able to change speeds with his knuckler and throw it for strikes all game, getting the Giants to swing early in a very efficient outing. "I was changing speeds a lot today, which was good," Dickey said. "I was able to throw a 63, 64 miles per hour one for a strike and I was able to throw a 79 miles per hour one for a strike. As Ive gotten healthier, I felt like Ive been able to have the latitude to be able to do that. Before it was just trying to muster everything I could to survive an outing." Dickey retired his first 11 batters before Pablo Sandoval lined a clean single to right field. He didnt allow another baserunner until Hunter Pence walked to lead off the eighth in his best start since joining the Blue Jays in the off-season. He was replaced after allowing a single to Gregor Blanco and walking Marco Scutaro with one out in the ninth inning. "He was commanding the knuckleball to where he wanted to throw it," Blanco said. "He was unbelievable. ... He has a lot of movement on it, whichh makes him so difficult.dddddddddddd You dont know where the ball will go. You have to hit a mistake like I did in the last inning when that ball hung up." Casey Janssen got Sandoval to hit into a double play for his 12th save in 12 chances. The Blue Jays also helped Dickey with their gloves, with shortstop Maicer Izturis making diving stops to rob Buster Posey and Sandoval of possible hits. Zito ran into trouble when he walked struggling No. 8 hitter Henry Blanco with one out in the fifth inning. Dickey then squared around to bunt when he saw Sandoval crashing in from third base and Brandon Belt from first. Dickey pulled back and decided to swing away, knocking a grounder past the charging Sandoval and into the left-field corner for an RBI double. "I saw both Panda and Belt crashing," Dickey said. "It was slug bunt all the way. I had played it out in my mind that that was what I was going to do if I saw both those guys closing in on me." Dickey scored on a two-out single by Jose Bautista. Zitos second walk of the game led to more trouble after Edwin Encarnacion and Bautista pulled off a double steal when Sandoval couldnt get the tag down in time even though Poseys throw beat Bautista to third base. That set up DeRosas two-run single. "The fifth inning was the Achilles heel today," Zito said. "Being unable to minimize the damage, the slash hit was OK, but then I gave up a couple of two-out hits that hurt." Zito allowed seven hits and walked three in six innings while losing at home for the first time since Aug. 2, 2012, against the Mets. 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