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|Nationality||Player||Set 1||Set 2||Set 3||Set 4||Set 5|
- KIRILENKO 6-3 5-2 – BREAK! Arn misses an easy volley and then nets to go 15-30 behind. The game goes to deuce and Kirilenko earns a break point with a smart volley and she breaks through to serve for the match.
- KIRILENKO 6-3 4-2 – A thumping backhand wins Arn the opening point but Kirilenko rallies well to hold to 30 as Arn hits long.
- KIRILENKO 6-3 3-2 – BREAK! The Russian earns two break points and Arn capitulates with another double fault.
- KIRILENKO 6-3 2-2 – Arn hits wide as Kirilenko holds comfortably to 15.
- KIRILENKO 6-3 1-2 – Arn throws in a third double fault to go behind in the game. Another error concedes two break points but the Hungarian does well to hold after running down a drop shot.
- KIRILENKO 6-3 1-1 – Arn hammers a backhand winner to get to 0-30 but Kirilenko pulls back to hold with a big serve.
- KIRILENKO 6-3 0-1 – Arn starts with another double fault and Kirilenko earns a break chance. But Arn does well to hold with an ace.
- KIRILENKO 6-3 – SET! An exquisite lob PUTS Kirilenko ahead and she takes the set as Arn hits long.
- KIRILENKO 5-3 – A huge forehand helps Arn hold to 15.
- KIRILENKO 5-2 – a double fault puts Kirilenko in trouble at 30-30 but she holds to go a game away.
- KIRILENKO 4-2 – Arn puts the break behind her and holds to 15.
- KIRILENKO 4-1 – Kirilenko races to 40-15 and closes it out to 30 as Arn mishits a forehand long. Kirilenko in control on Louis Armstrong.
- KIRILENKO 3-1 – BREAK! A big Kirilenko forehand puts pressure on the Arn serve at 30-30 and she forces the game to deuce. Arn misses a simple backhand volley to concede break point and Arn nets.
- 33-year-old Arn is the second oldest player in the draw and the oldest still in the draw after Kimiko Date-Krumm was knocked out in the opening round.
- KIRILENKO 2-1 – Arn again puts on early pressure winning the opening point but Kirilenko does not drop another point to hold comfortably.
- KIRILENKO 1-1 – Arn throws in a double of her own to go behind in the game at 15-30 and Kirilenko forces a break point. But Arn holds on with two good serves.
- KIRILENKO 1-0 – Kirilenko wins the opening point but follows it with a double. Arn hits long but a deep backhand forces the Russian into an error to get back on terms. But Arn twice hits long as Kirilenko holds.
- Maria Kirilenko is coming off a runner-up finish at New Haven and is having the best year of her career with a career high ranking of 12. It is the first meeting between the players.
|Date of Birth||25/01/1987|
|Date of Birth||13/04/1979|