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(From Press Trust of India)
Sania was far more fluent in her strock making than in the first round, yet let the game meander far too long with too many unforced errors.
The 18-year-old Indian, despite losing serve in the third game, build up a 4-1 lead in the first set. But then she took the foot of the pedal and found Camerin stage a dramatic recovery from there.
The 81st ranked Italian broke Sania in the 8th game, and although the Indian took the set by breaking back the 10th, she had managed to shift the momentum in her way.
The second set saw Camerin counter-punch with greater effeciency. The Italian broke Sania in the first and fifth …