Australian Open Day 2, Mauresmo, V.Williams, Moore, through second round

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Amelie Mauresmo has advanced to the second round of Australian Open 2009 after an impressive 6-4 6-3 win over Olga Govortsova of Belarus.

“I was physically good. That was … a concern for me in the last few days. It’s been going well today on the court,” she said.

Quick facts
Govortsova had 29 unforced errors to Mauresmo’s 26
Govortsova converted two of eight break point opportunities; Mauresmo had 10 chances and made five count
Mauresmo hit two more winners than Govortsova (23-21)
Mauresmo hit six aces, while Govortsova had one
Govortsova landed 81 per cent of her first serves, while Mauresmo managed only 65 per cent


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No. 6 seed Venus Williams has breezed through to the second round of Australian Open 2009 with little fuss, brushing past German Angelique Kerber 6-3 6-3 on Hisense Arena.

Quick facts
Williams hit 28 winners to 20 unforced errors
Kerber’s average second serve was only 130km/h
Williams approached the net 28 times, winning 71 per cent of points
Kerber converted both of her break points


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In a battle of the wildcards, Australia’s Jessica Moore has recovered from a set down to win 1-6 6-3 9-7 against 16-year-old American Christina McHale.

Quick facts
Moore converted 41 per cent of her break point opportunities compared to McHale’s 39 per cent
Moore won a total of 104 points to McHale’s 100
McHale made 58 unforced errors to Moore’s 47

Seed No.13 Victoria Azarenka advanced to the second round with a 6-2 6-1 win over Petra Kvitova.

While No.28 seed Francesca Schiavone lost to Shuai Peng 7-6(4) 6-1

Australian youngster Isabella Holland was knocked out of Australian Open in straight sets on Tuesday, losing 6-1 7-5 to women’s 21st seed Anabel Medina Garrigues in just over two hours.

Quick facts
The marathon second set took 80 minutes
Medina Garrigues found the mark with 79 per cent of her first serves
Holland had 42 unforced errors to Medina Garrigues’s 27
Holland had the fastest serve of the match, a delivery of 166km/h

012009 tueday /info-photo via Australian Open / Getty Images

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One Response to “Australian Open Day 2, Mauresmo, V.Williams, Moore, through second round”

  1. Christina Mchale Says:

    […] Australian Open Day 2, Mauresmo, V.Williams, Moore, through second … (chadanielle.wordpress.com) – January 20, 2009moore0120-mchale. In a battle of the wildcards, Australia’s Jessica Moore has recovered from a set down to win 1-6 6-3 9-7 against 16-year-old American Christina McHale. Quick facts. Moore converted 4… […]


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