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Ryan Harrison kicked off 2011 by sweeping the singles and doubles titles at the Honolulu Challenger and then went on to have an impressive season, emerging as one of the top young players in the world. Following his victories in Honolulu, Harrison reached the round of 16 in Indian Wells, where he upset three players ranked in the top 50. He cracked the top 100 for the first time in the summer after reaching back-to-back semifinals at the US Open Series events in Atlanta and Los Angeles. He also played in the main draw of all four Grand Slam events, reaching the second round at Wimbledon, and won his first ATP doubles title in Newport, R.I., with Matthew Ebden.