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Monday, January 21, 2013

Australia Open l Wawrinka Djokovic to the limit


Serbian tennis player and world number one Novak Djokovic, beat Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka (1-6, 7-5, 6-4, 6-7 (5), 12-10) after a very tough second-round Australia Open final so it will play in the next round to Czech Tomas Berdych. Wawrinka started surprising. Federer started playing without any fear of the world number one and showed he was capable of an upset. Djokovic, who had not expected, was a toy in the hands of the Swiss, who dominated the game as I wanted and did it with a 6-1 in the first set. Djokovic was not sure what was happening. The second set began with a 3-1 for the Swiss and the game went into an unexpected ending, but radically changed after the Serb missed with a 4-2 0-30 against. The world number one after seeing woke with Wawrinka 5-2 in favor, even to have her serve to close out the set with 5-3, but Djokovic got a 'break' that gave it life. The Swiss came down to see the resurrection of the Serbian and Djokovic took advantage of the downturn to get Wawrinka mood of the comeback, winning the second set with a 7-5 and take a 'break' in the first change of the third quarter. The Serb had won six consecutive games and his attitude had changed, no longer left of each stroke and the smile had returned to his face. However, Wawrinka was not willing to give everything for lost and returned to Serbian rupture (1-1). ArreĆ³n calmed the Balkan Djokovic but lost the game not like at first, but was biding his time.The game passed without emotion until Wawrinka nerves trembled when he was with your service and 5-4 against. Djokovic saw him and made no mistake, winning the third set.

Wawrinka's Dream

The game became very face for the Serb, but Wawrinka did not want to give up. The Swiss was very solid on serve, not lost his nerve and was able to take control of the fourth set after a tie-break 'that Djokovic was unable to play. Again equal to the marker. With two sets each, any failure could doom the game, something they knew the two players. Both continued to focus on strengthening its service, considering the great efforts could pay expensive in a set in which there is no 'tie-break'. Wawrinka four balls available early break in the ninth game (4-4), but Djokovic was able to deal with them, something that would remember later the Swiss, because never again have no chance of breakage . However, the Balkan not wasted his time and got the early break gave him victory in the twenty-second game of the set (12-10). Meanwhile, Berdych had no trouble imposed on South African Kevin Anderson (6-3, 6-2, 7-6 (13)). The Czech showed his level ranking and broke into three races of Africa, noted that only in the third set.The world number six was not fine with the service and came to give two 'breaks' throughout the match but Anderson errors cost him could not hook the pace of Berdych in no time and end up falling without putting opposition .

Sharapova does not lift the foot

Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova is showing his favoritism to lift the title on Saturday, after winning the Belgian smoothly Kirsten Flipkens (6-1, 6-0). The world number two Flipkens dumped in just 68 minutes, wiping out on the track and will have to see the faces with the German Angelique Kerber, seeded number five in the tournament, who beat Russian Ekaterina Makarova (6-2, 6-4). Furthermore, Serbia's Ana Ivanovic failed to surprise to the PolishAgnieszka Radwanska (6-2, 6-4), so the world number four on the right foot continues his wanderings in the Australia Open and measured in quarter end to China's Li Na , who also had too many problems to be imposed on the German Julia Goerges (7-6 (8), 6-1).

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