To be sure, for Indonesia's Widjaja, who stands tall at five feet and eight inches, this was a match she badly wanted to win. Her form had hit the trough in the last six months and it was imperative the athletic Widjaja come good.
Sure enough, on a saturnine afternoon, Widjaja showed she had strokes with which she could win points from any position in the court. The 19-year-old Widjaja played with purpose and had no problems hanging in when the going got tough.
To be sure, Camerin was flustered by her opponent's ability to hit precision shots in long rallies. And when it became more competitive in the second set, Widjaja was confidence personified where serves were broken at will. The best from Widjaja, a resident of Bandung, came in the eighth game of the second set when she faced five break points. She saved all of them and then broke the error-prone Camerin in the next game to make it 5-4. Widjaja then held to win the match 6-3, 6-4.
"I have had poor results in the last six months and it was important for me to do well here," said Widjaja, who is ranked 25 spots below Camerin in the WTA rankings.
Look at the news of Angie's win in the second round. She seemed to be in good form.. now I really hope that nothing's wrong with her though..