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Topic - Errani
Federer was eliminated before the semifinals for the second time in past three major events, but only the fifth time in the past nine years at a Grand Slam tournament.
"She forces you to play at a very high level to have any chance of winning. I'll have to hit shots hard and deep and make her move," said Errani, who was 0-28 against women ranked in the top five before beating Radwanska. "As soon as you hit a short ball, Serena gets right on top of you, and she has enough power to end the point."