I am pretty sure that match is 1982 as well. I believe it was even sponsored by McDonald's (!). It was a fast indoor court and Martina ran away with the first set, but Andrea came back in the second set, I think even serving an ace at set point (and on a second serve?). She plays a very adventurous, all-court game, which I think was the only way to go around the early 1980s, i.e. by pursuing a "third way" - trying to out-rally Evert from the baseline was a non-starter, while her serve and volley was never going to be of the Martina standard, so the way to go was wide serves, lots of topspin and then try and come in and finish off the point. That was the way Hana played and she was occasionally able to pull off big wins against the Martina-Chris duopoly in the 1980s. Andrea could also, like Hana, occasionally come out with the most outrageous shots (I remember a good fourth-round match at Wimbledon against Carling Bassett in 1983), especially when she had her back to the wall. That match against Martina is as rare as hen's teeth, because Martina is beaten fair and square, she does not beat herself, and that did not happen a lot (if at all) in the 1982-84 period! I like the interview at the end, when Andrea says she and her sister Suzy are planning to go out to some club (probably the Aussie equivalent of "Studio 54") and pick up a couple of guys... quite the Evert clone!