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chela

[′kē·lə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A claw or pincer on the limbs of certain crustaceans and arachnids.
A sponge spicule with talonlike terminal processes.
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Berated Giving Troicki a five-game lead in the previous round had almost cost Murray dear but Chela was a far better and more experienced competitor than the Serb.
Murray is 4-5 with totesport (just 8-13 with Power) to beat Chela 3-0.
Both Chela and Wawrinka had reached the last 16 courtesy of five-set victories and the fatigue from those encounters quickly told both committed a string of unforced errors and made a number of poor decisions.
Chela broke straight back but Henman did likewise in the sixth game to make it 4-2.
But a day after Henman was sent on his way in four sets by Russian Tursunov, Murray similarly had no answer to the consistent play of his more experienced Argentinian opponent Chela.
Our commitment to putting the interests of students first has allowed Chela to become one of the fastest growing education finance providers in the industry over the past three years.
However, Chela rallied and broke back, executing a sumptuous drop shot before Henman inexplicably over-stretched for a routine forehand.
Chela took objection to one of Hewitt's trademark shouts of 'Come on' when he missed an easy volley in the fourth set and spat in the Australian's direction at the change of ends.
It gives kids the hope really early in life that they can go to college, no matter if their parents went or what their parents' financial situation is,'' said Kelly Olson, community relations, scholarship and outreach coordinator for Chela.
Chela is clear favourite but looks unlikely to have the energy to blow away Falla after a fairly packed schedule in the build-up to Roland Garros.
It took three-and-a-half hours spread over two days and four sessions to seal a 6-2 6-7 6-3 6-2 success over Juan Ignacio Chela.