Tennis: Pe'er's winning streak ends in Beijing

Tennis Peers winning

October 4, 2009 15:32
Shahar Peer 248.88

Shahar Peer 248.88. (photo credit: )


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Shahar Pe'er's winning streak came to an end on Sunday as the 22-year-old Israeli was beaten in the first round of the China Open. Pe'er lost to Ekaterina Makarova (54) 4-6 2-6 in Beijing. Pe'er had advanced to the main draw of the competition on Saturday, defeating Vania King 2-6, 6-0, 6-4. She had been forced to play two rounds of qualifiers to make it into the first round proper of the massive $4,500,000 tournament.

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