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TIEBREAK
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FIRST SET
BACK
DARKNESS
BACKHAND
AGASSI
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FEDERER
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BREAK BACK
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Tiebreak

  1. Federer found his last reserves of energy to break back and force another tiebreak but Nalbandian immediately slammed the door shut again. (Web site)

Forehand

  1. Looking to break back at 3-5, Federer got the first couple of points including a forehand up the line for Love-30.

Second Game

  1. He did manage to break back in the second game with a perfect lob after drawing Roddick to the net. (Web site)

Match

  1. Cibulkova had a point to break back, but she netted a forehand after one of the longest rallies in the match and Wozniacki promptly finished her off.

First Set

  1. Melzer broke Federer to go up 3-2 in the first set, and held for 4-2 after Federer immediately missed a chance to break back.
  2. It came in the first set after she broke Ditty, and Bondarenko responded by winning the break back without losing a point in the next game.

Back

  1. Today we were down 5-4 in the first match, but we found a way to break back and get back in it. (Web site)

Darkness

  1. Both players figured that had Federer managed to break back to 8-8, play would have been suspended until today because of darkness. (Web site)

Backhand

  1. But Clijsters whipped a backhand pass down the line to break back in the next game.

Agassi

  1. Agassi had a chance to break back, holding triple break point at 0-40 with Martin serving at 4-2, but Martin was able to claw back and hold for a 5-2 lead. (Web site)

Match Points

  1. Kirilenko wobbled when serving for the match at 5-3 to allow Sharapova to break back, but coolly sealed the win after bringing up two match points. (Web site)

Final Set

  1. Agassi grabbed a break back before Johansson served out to take the match into a final set. (Web site)

Forehand Winner

  1. Down one set and two breaks, Gonzalez managed to get one break back, but Nadal kept the lead and finished off his opponent with a forehand winner. (Web site)

Federer

  1. The Swede earned his first break point of the match at 1-3 and then again had a chance to break back at 4-5, 30-40 when Federer was serving for the match.
  2. Federer broke the Spaniard in the next game but he too failed to capitalise, allowing Nadal to break back immediately. (Web site)

Second Match Point

  1. In his final throes of agony, Ferrer pulled a break back but bowed out on his own serve, netting a routine forehand on the second match point.

Break Back

  1. A backhand in the net gave Nadal a second break to lead 4-3 and, though Federer had four chances to break back at 5-4, Nadal held on to take the opening set. (Web site)
  2. A blazing forehand from the Spaniard saw him break back immediately, and after Nadal held for 2-2, the game of the match ensued.

Categories

  1. Second Match Point
  2. Forehand Winner
  3. Opening Set
  4. Federer
  5. Final Set
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