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Kim won the match 7-5 6-1 after Nadia's sp

Nadia...

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It were 2 setpoints no mp

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As I stated in two other posts and I will state here; Nadia will lose this match. She should have and could have won the set on her serve, but her first serve broke down, most likely because of nerves, while Kim's winning percentage on first serve got better.
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It were 2 setpoints no mp
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As I stated in two other posts and I will state here; Nadia will lose this match. She should have and could have won the set on her serve, but her first serve broke down, most likely because of nerves, while Kim's winning percentage on first serve got better.
yeah also look at the winner... but Nadia will keep fight!

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Hey don't forget to thank the the net on 2 crucial points

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Clijsters is rolling now. She's got her forehand under control and she's putting a lot of pressure on Petrova. Kim's won 7 of the last 8 games played.

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Clijsters rolling? are you looking to a different match? Nadia is making unbeliveble unforced errors

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put a fork in this match! GO SERENA!

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Clijsters rolling? are you looking to a different match? Nadia is making unbeliveble unforced errors
yeah... and she lost...

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Petrova (RUS) Clijsters (BEL) 
     
  1st Serve % 33 of 54 = 61 % 47 of 68 = 69 % 
 
  Aces 1 2 
 
  Double Faults 3 2 
 
  Unforced Errors 43 39 
 
  Winning % on 1st Serve 19 of 33 = 58 % 34 of 47 = 72 % 
 
  Winning % on 2nd Serve 9 of 21 = 43 % 10 of 21 = 48 % 
 
  Winners (Including Service) 13 27 
 
  Break Point Conversions 1 of 8 = 13 % 4 of 6 = 67 % 
 
  Net Approaches 9 of 16 = 56 % 6 of 7 = 86 % 
 
  Total Points Won 52 70 
 
  Fastest Serve 178 km/h 175 km/h 
 
  Average 1st Serve Speed 166 km/h 150 km/h 
 
  Average 2nd Serve Speed 136 km/h 130 km/h

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Clijsters rolling? are you looking to a different match? Nadia is making unbeliveble unforced errors
Hello dick for brains, the UE were almost the same...It was the Winners that were DOUBLED in Kims favors.....remember them, they are the balls Nadia could not get to at all..clean swept...


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You don't have to stare at those UE's, they are not correct. The forced errors are also included. The winners however clearly indicate that Kim was the better player.
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Ignore the stats. Once Kim got the first set and was up a break in the second, she was fine. The nerves seemed to go away and she closed out the match thanks mostly in part to the mental/physical breakdown of Petrova.

That being said, GO JUSTINE!

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Yes, Nadia has made loads of unforced errors, but according to the stats she made just 4 more than Kim... so there must have been something good about Kim's game, otherwise a 6-1 in the second set couldn't quite be explained
I'm really happy for Kim and for us tennis fans, because I think we're potentially gonna have a huge final. Nadia in her first Grand Slam final ever might have felt too much pressure, Kim should be able to handle it better, with either opponent... anyway, I'm not telling which I would love to see on court Saturday...
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