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The setback woke Federer up, as he cut his unforced errors to four and broke the Russian in the eighth game to claim the second set before a break in the seventh game of the third saw him home to lift the trophy for a sixth time.
By that stage, Azarenka, who has never got beyond the quarter-finals in Paris, had already sent down 23 unforced errors and eight double faults.
Robson had plenty of successes, particularly on her big forehand, but 32 unforced errors more than cancelled out the 20 winners as she went down 6-2 6-3.
Lisicki did exactly the opposite, with 18 winners and 14 unforced errors.
What they saw was a seesaw final set with Kvitova hitting an alarming number of unforced errors, her shots sailing longer and wider by the minute, but still pulled away.
But the bigger story was of unforced errors, as Isotmin made 46 unforced errors and Somdev just 25.
The Russian, appearing in her first final at Flushing Meadows, gifted Clijsters a break in the sixth game with a double fault and three unforced errors.
My unforced errors I'm not really worried about, because I did hit a lot of winners," Henin said.
Williams, also the reigning Australian Open and Wimbledon champion, was in complete control against the Hungarian, not allowing the underdog a single break point throughout the match, committing only nine unforced errors and winning on a double fault from Czink that summed up the helplessness of the challenger.
We made unforced errors, mistakes that are unfamiliar to us as a squad and individuals.
Despite making 39 unforced errors, the fourth seed prevailed in just over two hours against the second seeded Serbian, who has yet to win a Grand Slamtitle.
This is particularly important over the summer months when unforced burglaries are at their highest.