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match point

Bridge the unit used for scoring in tournaments
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Ceballos, however, broke Robins-Hardy's block for the 15-14 match point before Mylene Paat's attack error sealed the match for the Lifesavers.
Johanna Konta saved three match points as she battled back to defeat Wang Yafan 4-6 7-6 (0) 6-4 in their first-round match at the Morocco Open in Rabat.
SERENA WILLIAMS denied she "choked" after blowing four match points and a 5-1 final set lead to crash out of the Australian Open.
Williams said: "There's nothing I did wrong on those match points. I can't say that I choked.
How can the 1st foot fault of the match be called on 27th game on 1st match point? How can an ankle roll occur in next rally?
MELBOURNE: Serena Williams squandered four match points and blew a 5-1 lead in the decider as seventh seed Karolina Pliskova produced a stunning fightback to claim a 6-4 4-6 7-5 quarter-final victory over the American at the Australian Open on Wednesday.
The 37-year-old said that Pliskova "played her best tennis ever" and "went crazy on match points" to outsmart her in the match.
CAMERON Norrie spurned two match points against world number nine John Isner as he suffered defeat in the first round of the Erste Bank Open in Vienna.
Kim Gequillana swung a down-the-line hit to force a 28-all count in the fourth set then Kat Tolentino denied Myla Pablo and Bea de Leon soared for a quick kill as the Lady Eagles closed the match on a 3-0 run after blowing a 21-16 lead and two match points at 26-25 and 27-26.
At two sets down and with match point against him everyone assumed all hope was lost.
Simon failed to convert a break point, then a third match point for Del Potro ended with him netting a forehand.
The two had met in the semi-finals of the Brisbane International last year, and the Russian had held one match point during her loss to Muguruza.