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By Akshay Kohli
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Radwanska, ranked No.3 in the World has been in great form in 2012, with a win-loss record of 32-7. She is gunning for her third title this year and winning here would be a great way to get into the French Open. Her retrieving skills are as it good, but on clay, where the balls are slower, they become better. She would also be looking to put behind her unceremonious exit at the Rome Masters and shift her focus here and then to Roland Garros.
Tsurenko, on the other hand is ranked outside the Top-100 at 105 and is looking to crack the Top-100 for the first time. She has a mountain to climb, when it comes to beating Radwanska and also would be aiming to cause the biggest upset of her career. This Ukrainian has tremendous potential and she is on the rise.
This will be the first meeting between the two and it seems like Radwanska would have a smooth road into the last 8.
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