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Old Dec 3rd, 2012, 03:50 AM   #39
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Re: Players playing at their peak and still losing the match

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Originally Posted by Hardiansf View Post
Dementieva to Serena at that classic Wimbledon semifinal
Agreed.
I was in awe of Dementieva's game that day.
But Serena (in typical never-say-die-fashion) pulled it out saving matchpoints.
What shocked me most was Dementieva serving an untouchable Ace in the very first game of that match.
Seriously...Dementieva serving an Ace against Serena?!?!?!
Plus, there were many more to come!!
In fact, Dementieva's serves in that match were stellar.
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