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  1. Voo de Mar says:
    Points won by each set: | 41-40, 28-26, 34-32 |
    Points won directly behind the serve:
    27 % Ferrero – 28 of 102
    32 % Moya – 32 of 99

    Very characteristic match for their rivalry; usually when two Spaniards faced each other, deciding set was required and one tie-break at least. Ferrero [4] squandered a few chances to win the opener, he led 5:2*, 6:5 (30/15) and 5:3, *6:5 in the tie-break which he lost 6/8. On set point for him, perhaps linesman called out Ferrero’s ball which clipped the sideline (it wasn’t a winner though). In the following two sets, the four years younger Spaniard got deciding breaks at 0-all and 3-all respectively. In the last game of the match Moya led 30/15, at 30-all his FH volley hit the net-cord and stayed on his side. It was really good chance to create a break point.

    Serve & volley: Ferrero 2/3, Moya 0

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