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Goerges played phenomenal tennis for about a set and a half, pushing Zvonareva around the court and dictating play with her forehand. She had Zvonareva under pressure, creating three break points across two games and finally earning the break at 2-1. That break would prove to be decisive, despite posting less-than-stellar service numbers (33% of first serves in during first set).

But the wheels started coming off in the second set, where the German broke early once again and started with a 2-0 lead. Zvonareva rallied as the errors started to creep into Goerges’ game, and four unforced errors in a row from Goerges handed Zvonareva the break back at 3-3.

From there on Zvonerava’s confidence rose and she started to find her range, covering the court with ease and putting the pressure right back on Goerges, who surrendered a second break at 6-4 to send the match into a decider.

Goerges twice came back from a break down against Zvonareva in the tightly contested final set. Zvonareva started out with all the momentum, getting ahead 3-1 before Goerges broke straight back.  

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