Agnieszka Radwanska kept her WTA Championships hopes alive on Thursday with a three-set victory over Vera ZvonarevaYou can watch and bet on the action from the WTA Championships at bet365
Agnieszka Radwanska saved three match points against Vera Zvonareva on Thursday at the WTA Championships, miraculously managing to keep hold of a chance of qualifying for the semi-finals in the process. The Pole did well to push the match into a third set after losing the first in just 35 minutes, and she’ll be delighted with the win.
"This is the Championships, it doesn't matter if it's 5-0 or 0-5. I just kept fighting until the end, every shot and every point," stated Radwanska after the match. "On the third match point I just told myself to keep getting the ball back to the other side, that's it! It's always great to win matches like this, especially against a player like Vera, who is very consistent and always tough to beat. I'm so happy."
Zvonareva was left to rue a missed opportunity. "I wasn't consistent enough to beat her today. 'Almost' doesn't count,” said the Russian. "I think it was a good match overall though. I played the way I wanted to play. I just wasn't consistent. It was an equal game. There were no turning points. I just didn't take the opportunities I had."You can watch and bet on the action from the WTA Championships at bet365