So many chances thrown away in the match... too many nerves at key moments, likely. 40-15 and couldn't hold at 5-5 in 2nd... then up 15-40 down 5-6... only for Wozniacki to hold. Shame, but hopefully it's a sign that she's getting back to her old self again.
She won more games then New Haven, so it's an improvement nonetheless. Who knows what could have happened if she had won a tiebreaker in the 2nd set. I still hope her confidence is beaming from that McHale match. It will be interesting to see if McHale announces an injury soon, because if she doesn't and it really was a great comeback from Petra, that can't be anything but good news.
third set : Peer 1:1 40:15 and was broken hmmm WTA rollercoaster
rebreak - break
3:2 Petra serving
saved 1 breakpoint and hold her service 4:2
break 5:2 Petra serving
40:0 second MP doublefall 40:40 5:3
9 points in a row for Peer
5:5 stupid big mistake when she saved 2 breakballs and it was 40:40
Peer was up 40:0 and was broken
6:1 5:7 7:5
Last edited by paulmara : Apr 9th, 2012 at 03:00 PM.
Petra has a bit of a choking problem unfortunately. This match was kind of like that Li Na match in New Haven. Won first set comfortably and then back and forth with throwing a match or winning and then deciding to win it. I'm glad she won it though because alot thought Peer was going to take advantage of an easy first round draw.
Suarez Navarro match : Petra break – rebreak- Petra break- rebreak 2:2; 2:6 first set
second set 3:4 both holding serve
3:5 break Suarez Navarro serving for the match
rebreak to 15 4:5
break to 30
Last edited by paulmara : Apr 11th, 2012 at 12:36 PM.