The New York Times – Williams versus Sharapova remains the great mismatch — call it the unrivalry — of this tennis era. And although Tuesday’s quarterfinal at the Australian Open did produce a hotly contested first set, it did not produce a close match, as the top-seeded Williams gathered strength despite two on-court visits from medical staff members in the afternoon heat.
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