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Olympics R1: Radwanska def Chan 6-1 7-6(6)

well done


she was 1-5 down in the second set, but somehow managed to come back

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Re: Olympics R1: Radwanska def Chan 6-1 7-6(6)

My understanding is that Chan threw everything she had in the 2nd set in a desperate effort to turn around the match, and Agnieszka got nonchalant after winning easily the 1st set. And then from 6:1 1:0 it quickly became 6:1 1:5.

Others probably would have given up on the 2nd Set. Agnieszka fought back and gave us a chance to appreciate her absolutely best characteristic: she fights and has a cool head! And she (usually) wins the most important points. So, when the rival had a set-point in the Tie-Break, she still was able to pull it out for the second time in the 2nd Set.
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Re: Olympics R1: Radwanska def Chan 6-1 7-6(6)

Chan, should have been able to close her out


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Re: Olympics R1: Radwanska def Chan 6-1 7-6(6)

both had more winners then UE

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Re: Olympics R1: Radwanska def Chan 6-1 7-6(6)

Latisha in the 2nd set
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