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In the third we made some unforced errors which gave them some chances but we found a way in the end.
Bhambri had a chance against world number 103 Baghdatis, but he made a staggering 33 unforced errors in contrast to just three of the Cypriot to bow out in the opening round.
I made a lot of unforced errors and I also didn't find any way to make it a more competitive match, so that's the most disappointing thing.
Murray was in trouble during his first service game of the second set after two more unforced errors helped earn Coric another break point for a 2-0 lead.
The Bulgarian continued to struggle with the Murray serve and added to his downfall with more unforced errors but made a timely first break of the match to tie the set at 5-5 before both men held with ease once again and headed into a tie-breaker.
NOVAK DJOKOVIC described it as a day to forget after the Serb made 100 unforced errors in his battling five-set win over Gilles Simon at the Australian Open.
The two-room simulations also include the adjacent room shown in Figure 1, which is called the unforced room because it does not contain the refrigerant injection source.
It spurred Ferrer into action and the Spaniard levelled for 3-3 when two unforced errors gave him a break in the sixth game.
In the All-England Badminton Championship, Saina committed unforced errors, which gave the chance to Marin to win this prestigious title.
Conference North COLWYN BAY 2 BOSTON UNITED 3 By TIM CHANNON COLWYN Bay boss Frank Sinclair says the club must work hard to get costly unforced errors out of their game after his side "threw away" the chance of points against high-flying Boston.
Sharapova's dream of a second Wimbledon title turned into a nightmare exit after 49 unforced errors-19 coming in the crucial third and final set.
And the Spaniard was on top quickly in the first set, breaking Dolgopolov's second service game to love as the Ukrainian made a succession of unforced errors.