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- - Pfizenmaier actually won 34 points in that match - if she had managed to put those points together into games the score could have been 6-4 6-4. But instead Azarenka produced a double bagel and is through to the second round to face Canadian Aleksandra Wozniak, who beat Russian Vesna Dolonts 7-5 7-6 earlier today. Women's drawsheet.
- - AZARENKA 6-0 6-0 - GAME, SET & MATCH! Pfizenmaier moves out to her right and drills a forehand winner down the line beore raising her hands in triumph at the cheers of the crowd and also allowing herself a wry smile. It's only a temporary respite though as Azarenka quickly sets up a match point before sealing it with a backhand winner off a very short, defensive ball.
- - AZARENKA 6-0 5-0 - BREAK! Pfizenmaier again only just misses a backhand down the line, putting the ball marginally wide, to gift Azarenka another break point from 30-all. But she nets a forehand on the next point and the world number two will serve for the match after the change of ends.
- - AZARENKA 6-0 4-0 - Azarenka consolidates the double break in this second set with a hold to 15, a nice bit of variation from the Belarusian on game point as he slices down on a backhand for a drop shot winner. Pfizenmaier might be about to have her last chance to get on the scoreboard in the next game.
- - AZARENKA 6-0 3-0 - BREAK! An ace and an unreturned serve from Pfrizenmaier bring up two game points for the German. But both go begging when she hits long with forehands and Azarenka fashions yet another break point with an angled forehand winner across court. Pfizenmaier saves it with a backhand approach shot winner down the line but she slips nastily on the court on the next point to hand Azarenka another chance and then nets a backhand to concede her serve again.
- - AZARENKA 6-0 2-0 - It's a tough service hold for Azarenka but she comes through it by holding to with a forehand winner from 30-all.
- - AZARENKA 6-0 1-0 - BREAK! A double bagel is starting to look like a real possibility now as Azarenka breaks for the opening game of the second set as well, Pfizenmaier slapping down a double fault at 30-30 to gift the Belarusian the break point before Azarenka raced up to the net to produce a cross court backhand winner.
- - AZARENKA 6-0 - SET! Azarenka brings up a set point when Pfizenmaier goes long with a forehand. And only one is needed as the German sends a backhand wide across court off a very tough first serve from the Belarusian. The scoreline doesn't actually do the German justice as she has had chances in a number of games (she's won 21 points) and has made the set last 36 minutes.
- - AZARENKA 5-0 - BREAK! Pfizenmaier is left furious with herself after a forehand error gives Azarenka three more break points. The first is saved with an ace and the second with a abackhand winner down the line, but the German put a forehand long of the baseline on the third and Azarenka will serve for the opening set after the change of ends.
- - AZARENKA 4-0 - Pfizenmair goes back behind Azarenka for a forehand winner to bring up break back point but she can't take advantage of it, hitting a forehand error on the next point to allow the world nmber two to level at deuce. The German then denies Azarenka on another game point with a backhand winner down the line, an approach shot, but the Belarusian gets a fourth chance and this time she does hold with a big serve.
- - AZARENKA 3-0 - BREAK! Azarenka gets a little lucky when Pfizenmaier's forehand catches the top of the tape and fails to go over to deny the German to opportunity to hold and get off the mark. But the world number two takes full advantage of that luck and goes on to break for a second straight time when Pfizenmaier nets a backhand.
- - AZARENKA 2-0 - Pfizenmaier does brilliantly well to anticipate an Azarenka cross court forehand off a short ball and be there to flick her forehand back down the line for a winner. But it's the only point she can manage and Azarenka holds to consolidate the early break.
- - AZARENKA 1-0 - BREAK! Azarenka quickly finds herself with three break points but the first two go begging with returns into the net while the third is also squandered by a netted forehand albeit after a lengthy rally in which Pfizenmaier sends Azarenka from side to side. Yet another break point goes begging after a great serve from the German but the Belarusian fashions another chance with a forehand volley winner and this time, after 9 minutes, she does secure the break.
- - Azarenka and Pfizenmaier are just about ready to go with the German the one to get the clash underway by serving first...
- - Victoria Azarenka and Dinah Pfizenmaier have just made their way out on to court now and are going through their warm-up
|Date of Birth||13/01/1992|
|Date of Birth||31/07/1989|