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RUSSIAN
RACKET
OPPONENT
TRAINER
FIFTH
OPENING GAME
TIME
WIMBLEDON
BLAKE
MEDICAL ATTENTION
BACKHAND VOLLEY
YEAR
TSONGA
SETS
QUARTER-FINALS
SERB
VERDASCO
UNFORCED ERRORS
QUALIFYING MATCHES
MONFILS
BIG POINTS
FIVE STRAIGHT GAMES
DOUBLE-FAULTS
FIRST SET
NINTH GAME
FOUR MATCH POINTS
YOUZHNY
DECISIVE BREAK
SERVICE GAME
SECOND MATCH POINT
THIRD GAMES
UNITED STATES
FEELING
EXPERIMENTS
MINUTES
COURT
LIVE SET
SEMI FINALS
QUARTERFINALS 7
HENIN-HARDENNE
GULBIS
GASQUET
TRAILING 0-3
FINAL SET TIE BREAK
LEADING 3-1
END
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Definitions

  1. The final set was a thriller, with world number 116 Dewarman twice recovering a break of serve before earning the chance to serve out the match at 6-5.
  2. The final set was a super tie-break - the first to ten points, winning by two.
  3. The final set was especially one sided as Ji dropped just 5 points on her own serve and allowed Mirza only 7 on her own to romp to an impressive win.
  4. In the final set, the two traded service breaks in the fourth and fifth games, and Schuettler gained the key break in the sixth when Blake double-faulted.
  5. The final set was a thriller with both players fighting both physical and mental fatigue.

Russian

  1. By the fourth set the Russian was occasionally bending over between points, hands on his knees, and he was unable to hold a 4-2 lead in the final set. (Web site)
  2. Tied at 5-5 in the final set, the Russian managed to hold Roger's high level and scored a break in the very last moment. (Web site)
  3. Zheng broke Kuznetsova in the third game of the final set and went up 3-1, before the Russian staged a comeback of her own. (Web site)

Racket

  1. The 30-year-old German was penalised in the second game of the final set as he broke a racket and let loose with a few choice obscenities. (Web site)

Opponent

  1. The final set saw three breaks in the first four games before Dementieva finally got the measure of her opponent. (Web site)

Trainer

  1. The Serbian star was visibly weakening in the third set and at 4-1 down in the final set he was forced to call the trainer to the court. (Web site)
  2. Trailing 2-3 in the final set, del Potro doubled over in pain and called for a trainer.

Fifth

  1. Federer went on to win three straight games and win the 45-minute set to level the match and take the match to a fifth and final set.
  2. Then Gonzalez managed to hold, break and hold and suddenly Soderling went through a bad patch and found himself down 0--3 and 1-4 in the fifth and final set. (Web site)

Opening Game

  1. In the final set, Llodra double-faulted to drop serve in the opening game and Soderling held serve for 2-0.
  2. After dropping the fourth set and having his serve broken in the opening game of the final set he was on the ropes.

Time

  1. In fact, Isner could have flown home to Florida in the time it took them to contest the 118 games so far in the final set.
  2. Kohlschreiber owns a 3-1 lifetime mark and three of their matches have been decided in a final set tie-break (with the winner saving match point each time).
  3. This time, Murray broke the second-ranked Federer in the final set on his seventh break point chance to reach his second Masters Series final this season. (Web site)

Wimbledon

  1. Tie-breaks are not used in the final set in the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, the Olympics, Davis Cup, or Fed Cup. (Web site)
  2. American John Isner and Frenchman Nicholas Mahut are currently tied at 39 games all in the final set of their first round match at Wimbledon.
  3. In 1971 the tiebreak was introduced at Wimbledon when the score in any set except the final set reached 8-8 in games. (Web site)

Blake

  1. Blake was unable to convert three match points after Gonzalez fell behind 5-6, love-40 serving in the final set. (Web site)

Medical Attention

  1. Murray sought medical attention for leg soreness in the final set.

Backhand Volley

  1. Querrey then hit a backhand volley to break for a 1-0 lead in the final set and cruised from there. (Web site)

Year

  1. The match, a repeat of the Qatar Open final earlier this year which Murray also won, became one-sided in the final set when the Briton motored to victory. (Web site)
  2. He has said he won't decide whether to retire until the end of the year, so no one, not even he, knew if this might be his final set at the Open.

Tsonga

  1. The Scot forced a break chance in the third game of the final set, but Tsonga, 26, refused to capitulate and again dug deep to hold.

Sets

  1. Cyr took the first two sets before Bates fought back to level, but Cyr was strongest on the doubles to clinch the final set.
  2. The first two sets are tie break sets and the final set is an advantage set. (Web site)

Quarter-Finals

  1. Andy Murray will take to the clay on Tuesday to face Viktor Troicki in a final set to decide who will march on to the quarter-finals of the French Open.
  2. The pair must now play the final set at 1300 BST on Tuesday, with the winner going on to face unseeded Argentine Juan Ignacio Chela in the quarter-finals.
  3. Williams, despite still appearing uncomfortable, then broke twice in the final set and will face Israel's Shahar Peer for a place in the quarter-finals. (Web site)

Serb

  1. Midway through the final set, when the Serb sent yet another unsightly shot wide, there was a collective groan and a smattering of boos.

Verdasco

  1. Murray wilted in the fourth and final set as Verdasco gained confidence. (Web site)

Unforced Errors

  1. Unforced errors from Nalbandian in the eighth game of the final set saw Murray break and then serve out the match. (Web site)
  2. In the final set, Williams made 24 unforced errors, 10 more than Vaidisova. (Web site)
  3. By the first game of the final set, both men had hit into an undistinguished 40 unforced errors.

Qualifying Matches

  1. The qualifying matches are best of 3 sets with the final set being an advantage set i.e. (Web site)

Monfils

  1. Monfils faced five match points in the 12th game of the final set before forcing the tiebreaker with an ace. (Web site)
  2. Monfils was lifted by the home support to save five match points on serve in the 12th game of the final set, having earlier fought back from a 1-4 deficit. (Web site)

Big Points

  1. Baghdatis thought the key factors had been his superiority on the big points and his improved serve in the final set. (Web site)
  2. Querrey, who battled hard in the four-hour, 28-minute match, did not muster up enough big points in the final set. (Web site)

Five Straight Games

  1. Bammer led 4-0 in the final set but faltered as Parmentier won five straight games to get an opportunity to serve out the match.

Double-Faults

  1. After splitting the first two sets, Date-Krumm broke a 4-4 tie in the final set and pulled away taking advatage of Li's eight double-faults on the day.
  2. Mauresmo led 4-2 in the final set but Schnyder broke twice and served for the match at 5-4 only for two double-faults to hand Mauresmo a lifeline. (Web site)

First Set

  1. Giraldo was broken once in losing the first set, but he held in the second by winning the tiebreak, and then overpowered the Italian in the final set. (Web site)
  2. For example, say Bill and Tom played a tennis match and Bill won the first set, lost the second set and won the final set in a tiebreak.
  3. William lost the first set but managed to claw back over the course of the struggle, immediately breaking back in the final set after going down.

Ninth Game

  1. Verdasco earned the only break point of the final set with a backhand cross-court winner at 30-all in the ninth game. (Web site)
  2. After saving two match points in the ninth game of the final set, Djokovic is struggling to hold serve. (Web site)

Four Match Points

  1. Dementieva quickly got ahead 6-2 in the final set tiebreak but could not convert on any of the four match points.

Youzhny

  1. On 1 April in the Miami Masters, Youzhny was 4-5 down with Nicolas Almagro serving in the final set, he hit a relatively easy return into the net. (Web site)
  2. Tursunov and Youzhny would continue to battle with each other until the final set tie-break. (Web site)

Decisive Break

  1. But Ferrer, playing his first match in a month after a hamstring injury, battled back and got the decisive break in the 13th game of the final set. (Web site)
  2. She double-faulted in the sixth game of the final set to hand Riske the decisive break. (Web site)

Service Game

  1. Stepanek holds on yet again to an easier service game and he is just one game away from taking this battle into the final set. (Web site)
  2. She finished with nine double-faults and had at least one in every service game in the final set. (Web site)

Second Match Point

  1. Incredibly, he saves the second match point too and then pulls level once more: 33-33 in the final set. (Web site)

Third Games

  1. Djokovic effectively closed the door on the Spaniard with service breaks in the first and third games of the final set. (Web site)

United States

  1. In the final set, Brazil went up 15-13 on Sheilla Castro's spike, but the United States scored three straight points to go ahead.

Feeling

  1. The feeling was relief.''I did not want to lose that match,'' said Capriati, who rallied in the final set for a 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 victory.

Experiments

  1. The final set of major experiments on the SZ-3 Orbital Module check the space environment in low-Earth orbit where the module traverses.

Minutes

  1. And following 7 hours, 6 minutes of play Wednesday, the match was suspended again at 59-59 in the final set. (Web site)

Court

  1. On Court 2 at the All England Club, Knowles-Nestor and Aspelin-Perry held serve through the first 26 games of the final set. (Web site)

Live Set

  1. This new entry into the live set comes as the band last night kicked off a final set of tour dates in the United States before going on hiatus this summer. (Web site)

Semi Finals

  1. The Womens side of competition is heating with the semi finals and final set to get underway at approximately 1pm.

Quarterfinals 7??

  1. There, she defeated second seed Serena Williams in the quarterfinals 7–6 (7–3), 5–7, 7–5 where she recovered from a break down in the final set. (Web site)

Henin-Hardenne

  1. Lost Athens Olympics semifinal to Henin-Hardenne having led 5-1 in the final set.

Gulbis

  1. Gulbis had Nadal on the ropes in their match with Nadal escaping with the win in the final set as he broke the Gulbis serve to win the match. (Web site)

Gasquet

  1. Gasquet, then ranked outside the top 100, won the final set in a pulsating tiebreak. (Web site)

Trailing 0-3

  1. Trailing 0-3 in the final set, Moody walks to the chair umpire and informs him that she can no longer continue due to pain in her back.

Final Set Tie Break

  1. In the first round he edged out Bellucci in a final set tie break before he thumped the World No.4 Andy Murray for the loss of just 3 games.

Leading 3-1

  1. Federer lost the match 6-7(2), 6-2, 6-7(5) despite leading 3-1 in the final set and having a "gimme" overhead at 4-5 in the tiebreak. (Web site)

End

  1. With 30 games in the final set this record-breaking match was a fight to the very end. (Web site)

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