|Nationality||Player||Set 1||Set 2||Set 3||Set 4||Set 5|
- - STOSUR 6-0 6-2 - GAME, SET & MATCH! Stosur breaks to love to seal the match, and her place in the secnond round, Date-Krumm slapping a forehand long to end her tournament. Next up for ninth seeded Stosur, a finalist back in 2010, will be the winner between Frenchwoman Kristina Mladenovic and American Lauren Davis.
- - STOSUR 6-0 5-2 - Date-Krumm is left fuming after she is judged to have not got to the ball before the second bounce. Stosur's forehand caught the top of the tape on the way through, bounced short and then stayed low but while Date-Krumm reckons she made contact with it just before the second bounce, the umpire disagrees and the hold goes to Stosur. Date-Krumm will have to serve to stay in this match after the change of ends.
- - STOSUR 6-0 3-1 - DATE-KRUMM HAS A GAME! The Japanese player flings her arms up in triumph with a massive smile on her face after Stosur sends a forehand just long to allow Date-Krumm to hold from deuce. You have got to love the 42-year-old's spirit, not just in the fact that she is still playing and clearly enjoying the game but that was a geniune moment of glee despite that fact that she is being comprehensively out-played today.
- - STOSUR 6-0 2-0 - BREAK! Ouch! Stosur is having no trouble whatsoever in reading the Date-Krumm serve today as she leaps all over a second serve and rattles a backhand return down the line, the Japenese player putting her response into the net. It's another break of serve to the Australian.
- - STOSUR 6-0 - SET! Stosur has indeed subjected Date-Krumm to a bagel first set, breaking again in the sixth game to 15 to seal the set when the 42-year-old went just long down the line with a forehand.
- - STOSUR 4-0 - BREAK! A backhand return of serve winner down the line brings up another break point for Stosur and she is quick to take advantage of it once again, securing the double break and leaving Date-Krumm staring at a bagel first set possibility.
- - STOSUR 2-0 - BREAK! Former finalist Stosur, seeded ninth at this year's championships, is off to a fast start out on Court 1 as she has takes on veteran Date-Krumm. The Australian has a break already, working Date-Krumm around the court and exposing the 42-year-old's understandably slower movement.
|Date of Birth||28/09/1970|
|Date of Birth||30/03/1984|