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An unreturnable serve finished off the job and set up a semi-final date with American John Isner or Serb Viktor Troicki.
Wawrinka, clearly able to deal with the intense heat better, fired an unreturnable serve to complete a remarkable turnaround in his fortunes.
With the score at 5-6 in the first of best-of-three sets match, Baguinon squandered double set points (breakpoints) as Feliciano fired a pair of aces to place the set at deuce, then shot another pair of unreturnable serves that saved the set for the tiebreak at 6-6 all.
In the end it was Federer who ended up sending down unreturnable serves as Raonic unravelled.
Pennetta saved five set points but on the sixth Azarenka came up with an unreturnable serve.
Dualism is defined as "being double: two principle views which are separate, independent, unreturnable, that are alongside or opposite each other" or "philosophical views that claim that there are two different realities that are independent and separate.
The first nine games were dominated by unreturnable serves as both women struggled to make any inroads into their opponent.
But he hit back straight away with another break and wrapped up a 35-minute set with an unreturnable serve.
However, he hit back with another break and wrapped up a 35-minute set with an unreturnable serve.
After holding for 2-2, Williams engineered more break points as Sharapova again went 0-40 down, and this time Williams did not let the Russian off the hook, nailing an unreturnable forehand winner that left Sharapova scrambling.
Nadal wrapped it up after an hour and 17 minutes with an unreturnable crosscourt forehand.
Del Potro was dominating the baseline exchanges and his booming serve was proving almost unreturnable for the best retriever in the business.