Down 4-1 in the deciding set, Williams broke Kvitova when she double-faulted to make it 4-3. Though it seemed the match would go to a tiebreaker, Williams broke with a wicked crosscourt backhand to make is 6-5 and won it with one of her 14 aces.
“I stuck in there, and I just never gave up. I always felt like if I can just keep fighting and I can just try to do it,” Williams said. “I definitely did not play great. With that being said, Petra played unbelievable, and she was just hitting shots I had no chance to get; I don’t think anyone on this tour could have gotten.”
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