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Too big a scare: Henin d. Obziler 6-2 5-7 6-2

Justine lead 5-3 in the second.

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i'm proud of you tzipi
you really played well and fight amazingly

i almost cried went you took the second set :\

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Too big a scare, are you kidding me. If Justine doesn't raise her game she'll be out by the quarters. She wouldn't have stood a chance vs a top 10 today. I wonder what's wrong with her. The kind of day when nothing works for you

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fo' sure, it was a big scare. women's tennis has real depth though.
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Just a second set lapse. Not a problem though she recovered well.
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That was fun, but Justine better wakes up soon, otherwise she'll lose.
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Seriously,that serve was TERRIBLE today

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Everything was terrible today. Her footwork was off. I think she just got rattled. She just needs to relax. There isn't anything wrong with her game as long as she keeps herself focused. And Justine almost always never plays well in the early rounds of tournaments.
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Just a second set lapse. Not a problem though she recovered well.
Yep. That's why the 3rd set almost took an hour.
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Better play bad now that in the latter rounds.

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come on just one good word on tzipi?
she deserves some credit doesn't she?

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Justine did not play her best from what I saw but well done to her opponent for taking her second serve on .
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Obziler really capitalized on Justine's mentality today. She hung in every point and forced Justine to really win the match. Some opponents would beat themselves against higher rank players, but she didn't. She really forced the issue that Justine would need to beat her.
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Well....at least she won. There other seeds that weren´t that lucky.

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