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Agnieska Radwanska played some intelligent tennis today as she ousted an error prone Jalena Jankovic who continued to make unforced errors all through the match. She made an astonishing 37 unforced errors compared to just 15 for Radwanska.
The first set was a bit of a seesaw battle for the World No.2, as her game swung from fantastic to ordinary. She broke Jankovic early and got to a 3-1 lead, but then failed to consolidate as Jankovic broke back immediately. Radwanska then once again shifted gears to take a 4-2 lead, and then held on to serve. As she began to serve for the set at 5-3, she took a 40-15 lead, which she squandered later. She did however dig deep to hold on to serve and win the the set 6-3. Radwanska made just 7 unforced errors compared to Jankovic's 16.
The second set was a lot more open, as neither player played her top tennis. It wa more down to who wanted to win the match more than anything else. In the end it was the Pole who came out on top, but she needed four breaks of serve to successfully take the set. The Pole's serve looked suspect as the World No.2 was broken thrice herself.
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