June 4, 2011 by staff
Shahar Peer, Shahar Peer experienced another first-round defeat in a Grand Slam tournament since the French Open thrashed him on Sunday by Mar? A José Mart? Nez S? Nchez. Pairs failed to win a single game against their rival, the Spanish world number 86. Sanchez claimed the hard-fought first set in the tiebreaker 7-6 (4) and then dropped just one game in the second set to complete nineteenth-seeded Israel’s campaign in the prestigious tournament.
Sanchez performed her brilliant game plan and he broke early in the set of tilting the balance of the game. Pairs seemed a little out of class as the match began and soon found himself behind the game score 4-1. However, her spirits rose and recovered to force the set into a tiebreaker. Sanchez showed no signs of nerves as they successfully secured four consecutive points to take the initiative established a 1-0 score.
In the second set, Peer seemed to have lost confidence in her shots and made several backhand errors. S? Nchez full advantage of her opponent’s inability to convert easy chances to score and broke the throw at regular intervals. The Spanish took the opportunity with both hands and made the opponent pay dearly for their mistakes. It requires only seven games in the series to conclude the contest in straight sets.
Although pairs achieved a satisfactory 69 percent of first conversion service, a large number of unforced errors meant she was always fighting a losing battle. The Israelis in favor of tennis made 36 unforced errors, which played a vital role in deciding the outcome of the game. His defensive strategy does not help them achieve their goals as she hesitated to approach the net.
Sanchez was with the control and accuracy and secured 67 percent of first serve points. She also managed to win 60 percent of the points on her serve to get back in a strong position in the party.
Until this season began, the clay was known as one of the most popular Peer surfaces because it has an impressive record in the red surface. However, after recent fighting, which has fallen to number 20 in the world in the world rankings after flirting with the 10 for a while? His departure from the first round here at Roland Garros was the fourth time for 24 years in major tournaments, and the third in the last four races he has participated in co is known for her fighting spirit and determination unmatched so that we can expect to make a strong return to WTA forthcoming, but should address the shortcomings in her game to get positive results.
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