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Isner was ahead by a service break in the initial stages of the first set, breaking Djokovic in the third game when the Serb hit an unforced forehand error.
Everyone at this level is so good that one service break makes the difference.
Peer, after trading early service breaks in the final set, had the chance to serve for the match when leading 6-5, but Williams broke back when it mattered most.
Trading early service breaks in the final set, Peer then had the chance to serve for the match at 6-5, but Williams somehow managed to break back when it mattered.
But slowly the Frenchman began to lose his edge,and Henman won the third set after both men had again swopped service breaks mid-set,cashing in on a loose service game in the tenth.
The American duo made history as the first sisters to contest a French Open title, but that was the only remarkable point of note in a forgettable match which saw both players struggle with their game in a jittery affair dominated by service breaks and unforced errors.
Still they swapped service breaks, but Pioline came up with the extra one which mattered.
Monica Seles was a set up and two service breaks up.
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In a match full of service breaks and tension, Jarkko Nieminen of Finland wrestled his way into the final with a 6-4 6-7 (4/7) 7-6 (7/4) win over Belgian Olivier Rochus.
TheA-Rod defeated Karlovic 7-6 7-6 in a match with no service breaks and is now a best-priced 5-1 to win the Wimbledon men's singles.
Although Davenport forced a third set with two service breaks in the second set, Clijsters took full control in the decisive set and didn't have much difficulty winning.