We have then dominated the first 20 minutes of the second half, got ourselves back on terms, but then Frank Sinclair says the |Bay must cut out errors we've imploded and given the game away with more unforced
By comparing unforced
natural variations with forced changes over global land, Dai and two UAlbany graduate students will address how much of the observed change in precipitation and drought is due to each of these factors.
I certainly felt we were physically on top but it wasn't our physicality that lost it - it was our handling and our unforced
errors and certainly our discipline in the first half.
The Swiss, however, started slowly and failed to convert five break points, while 13 unforced
errors helped Youzhny to a first-set tiebreak win in just under an hour.
QUETTA -- Third-seeded Victoria Azarenka overcame 10 double faults and 31 unforced
errors to defeat France's Alize Cornet 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 and book a place in the French Open last 16 on Saturday.
The 29-year-old finished with 19 unforced
errors and 15 winners in the first set and 34 over all.
LAURA ROBSON felt too many unforced
errors and a lack of experience were the crucial factors in her second-round defeat by 30th seed Anabel Medina Garrigues at the US Open yesterday.
Sharapova, who has not lost a set at this year's tournament, had 18 unforced
errors and only 14 winners.
They jockeyed for the lead, trading successful challenges and unforced
We still made a lot of unforced
errors and gifted Keighley four or five tries - we need to cancel out the unforced
errors and pick up our completion rate, then we will compete with teams in this division.
Breaks of serve came easily for Somdev, as he just had to ensure he did not do anything stupid by way of unforced
The second-seeded Clijsters hit 17 winners on Saturday while making just 15 unforced
errors against a nervous Zvonareva to match the three games lost by American Chris Evert in her 6-3 6-0 demolition of Australian Evonne Goolagong in 1976.
Ilhan hit 11 aces, committed 36 unforced
errors and made 4 double faults while Hanescu hit 17 aces, committed 19 unforced
errors and made 3 double faults.
The Belgian struggled in the first set, making 27 unforced
errors compared to a total of 23 in the remaining two sets, but eventually battled through in two hours and 45 minutes.
World number one Safina had 15 double faults and 38 unforced
errors during a two-hour, 13-minute match in Louis Armstrong Stadium, but the Russian was helped by her unseeded opponent's 43 unforced