Here's the Reuters account of the match.
Dementieva wins despite Stuttgart collapse
By Barry Wood
STUTTGART (Reuters) - Third seed Elena Dementieva, who collapsed with cramp while serving for the match, recovered to defeat Slovenia's Katarina Srebotnik 4-6 7-5 7-5 in the second round of the Stuttgart Grand Prix on Wednesday.
Having broken to lead 5-4 in the deciding set, the Russian fell to the floor in pain.
After several minutes of treatment and a sympathetic hand on the shoulder from her opponent, Dementieva carried on playing and had her serve broken.
But she dug deep to pound a succession of powerful groundstrokes to break serve again before completing one of the most difficult wins of her career.
"I didn't want to give up and I put in so much, everything that I had today," Dementieva told Reuters.
"When the cramping happened I was in shock, I didn't want to quit. I wanted to continue because I was almost closing the match.
"It was a very difficult moment. I was thinking that if I won one more game I'm going to have a day off and that was really going to help me recover. I didn't want to lose and wanted to fight, fight."