September 5, 2010 by staff
Shahar Peer, The seed of America in third place, bidding for an eighth Grand Slam title, there were plenty of opportunities to break in the first set but converted just two of 10 chances to break-point, and he went to a tiebreaker.
There is a power stroke Williams was too low for mates, who remained a stubborn opponent in the next series, which the American won more easily.
Williams struggled with her own service in windy conditions and your opponent, the sixteenth seed in the tournament.
Twice champion Venus Williams came through a test match to beat Israel’s Shahar Peer 7-6 6-3 and reach the U.S. Open quarterfinals on Sunday.
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