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Moya serves 2-2
Hewitt throws the racquet to the floor. :rolleyes: Moya with too many errors still. Hewitt gets a breakpoint. Long ball from Moya, and the break is done
Game Hewitt 3-2
 

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Hewitt serves 3-2
Boring match now. Errors from everywhere. Moya gets a breakpoint. Hewitt saves with a bh down the line winner. "Cmon" comes next :rolleyes: :p A good volley and Mr Potato gets the adv. Error for Moya with the fh.
Game Hewitt 4-2
 

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Moya serves 4-2
Terrible game, Hewitt breaks.
Game Hewitt 5-2
 

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Hewitt serves 5-2 for the set.
Moya gets fast to 0-40 after some powerful strokes. Hewitt saves the 1st BP with a good serve. Moya breaks right after with a killer fh.
Game Moya 3-5
 

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Moya serves 3-5
Hewitt gets to a double set point after Moya´s long fh. Moya catches the potato on the run and then hits a fh down the line winner to bring back to deuce. Hewitt hits the bh long and gets mad. Moya gets a second serve ace to win the game
Game Moya 4-5
 

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Hewitt serves 5-4 for the set again :rolleyes:
Moya starts going to the net and hitting a dropvolley for winner. 0-15. Long fh for Hewitt. 0-30. Bad slice attempt by Moya 15-30 DF :p 15-40. Bad luck Moya: ball slips on the tape and goes out LUCKY POTATO :fiery:. 30-40 one more chance. wow! great fh down the line winner for Moya, Potato smashed again! :D
Game Moya 5-5
 

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Moya serves 5-5
Two questionable calls on Carlos serves... :( Moya is hitting some very good inside-out shots that are driving Hewitt nuts. Moya moving very well, but Hewitt comes with a awesome passing shot to 30-40. Very good serve to save the breakpoint. Ace to get the adv. Hewitt lucky again with that damned tape. :mad: deuce. long fh by Moya and BP for the Potato again. Bad return and deuce again. Another bad return and he definitely loses his patience. Moya hungry for the win, hitting a winner with a fh down the line.
Game Moya 6-5
 

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Hewitt serves 5-6 to stay alive :p
Moya with ups and downs this game. Stupid errors and marvelous winners (ie. a jumping bh down the line winner). Hewitt wins the game with an awesome passing shot, after running a lot on defense
Game Hewitt 6-6
 

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Tiebreak
M serves - Moya tries a dropshot, hits the net 0-1
H serves - Moya goes for the winner, it goes wide. 2-0 / Moya hitting with all his power, forces LH´s error. 2-1
M serves - Passing shot with the bh for Moya 2-2 / Ace! 3-2
H serves - Moya alternating paces, high spinned balls and heavy flat ones. Finishes with a dropshot. 2-4 / Hewitt tries a dropshot, then a lob, but Moya reaches with the overhead. Hits Hewitt and then appologises. 2-5
M serves - Error 5-3 / Hewitt blasting the balls, gets a winner with the fh. 5-4
H serves - Ace with the 2nd serve :eek: 5-5 / DF :eek::eek::eek: 5-6
M serves - Huge serve and thats it.

Game set and match Carlos Moya, 7-5 7-6(5)
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lovely commentary hitman!!! thoroughly enjoyable! :D thanks! ;)

here's the official Cincy wrap-up. wasn't sure where to post it but this is as good a place...;)

08/11/02

Moya, Reborn in 2002


By Richard Evans - Tennis Radio Network

Carlos Moya's stunning 7-5, 7-6 victory over Wimbledon champion Lleyton Hewitt in the rain interrupted final of the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters has resurrected the tall Spaniard's career.

Moya might have won three smaller titles on clay in Europe this year, but his second Tennis Masters Series title is an achievement of a different calibre -- especially as it consituted his first big victory on a hard court. Moya had come close before -- at the 1997 Australian Open where he made the final, and again in 1999 at Indian Wells where he lost to Mark Philippoussis in the final. That was the week the man from Mallorca became No. 1 in the world, but it was a short lived reign becuase his back injury became progressively worse and he was soon spiralling down the rankings.

It has been a long, hard road back but Moya's talent has never been in question. Hewitt was under no illusions at the start of the match because Moya had beaten him twice in straight sets at Tennis Masters Series events in Monte Carlo and Rome this year. But the manner in which Moya recovered from a double break 2-5 deficit in the second set stunned the fiesty little Australian, who could not come up with enough first serves to prevent Moya sealing a memorable victory -- one that will serve notice to the rest of the tour that this popular figure is now a serious threat once again.

(from the official website)
 
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