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Ana Ivanovic dismantles Pennetta to progress in Miami
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While she started the match a bit slowly, once she got in her stride Pennetta had absolutely no answer. Hammering 21 winners and 5 aces, the Serbian raced to a 6-4,6-3 win in just an hour and 17 minutes.
After 39 minutes of grueling tennis action, former World No. 1 Ana Ivanovic clinched the first set. The Serbian made a fine comeback from a break down to win the first set against the BNP Paribas Open champion Pennetta. Ivanovic got only 45% of first serve in, hammered 9 winners and also committed more number of unforced errors as compared to the Italian, but in the end - the Serbian played a lot better tennis on crucial points and won the first set.
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Riding on the first set’s momentum, Ivanovic broke the Italian early to establish a 3-0 lead in the second set. It was here that Pennetta upped her game as she really needed to after dropping 5 games on the bounce.
She held on to her own serve through sheer determination as the Serb did put her under a lot of pressure, but the quality of the serving from Ivanovic denied her from getting a break of serve to get back into the match.
With a fine inside out forehand, the former World No.1 forced an error from the Italian, taking the match in straight sets.
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