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Azarenka, Williams cruise; Kvitova ousted in Melbourne

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The top-seeded Azarenka converted 5-of-8 break chances and took advantage of five double faults by Greek Eleni Daniilidou in a 6-1, 6-0 rout, while the third-seeded Williams continued her quest for a sixth Aussie crown with a 6-2, 6-0 pasting of Garbine Muguruza. Williams, the reigning U.S. Open and Wimbledon winner, showed no ill effects after rolling an ankle in her opening match and powered past the Spaniard on Thursday with 10 aces and just one double fault. She’ll next meet Japan’s Ayumi Morita, who thumped Germany’s Annika Beck, 6-2, 6-0. “It feels better,” Williams said about the ankle. “I was just doing everything you can do (to get ready for today).” Azarenka, meanwhile, finished her match Thursday in a mere 55 minutes and will next square off against American Jamie Hampton, a 6-1, 6-2 winner over Thailand’s Luksika Kumkhum.

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Relevance: 0.695668

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  • Number of Quotes: 2
  • Aggregate Sentiment: 0.327273
  • Mean: 0.1636365
  • Standard Deviation: 1.7320508075689
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Azarenka

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Relevance: 0.511923

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-0.0103291 “I was in the zone trying to execute all of my shots,” said Azarenka …
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  • Aggregate Sentiment: 0.0275233
  • Mean: 0.01376165
  • Standard Deviation: 0

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Relevance: 0.419003

Maria Kirilenko

Overall Sentiment: -0.104448

Relevance: 0.3949

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Relevance: 0.390021

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Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.380748

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Overall Sentiment: 0.359277

Relevance: 0.37556

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Overall Sentiment: 0.0835416

Relevance: 0.361754

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Caroline Wozniacki

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Relevance: 0.359891

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Relevance: 0.354408

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Relevance: 0.325313

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Kimiko Date-Krumm

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Bojana Jovanovski

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Relevance: 0.314471

Shuai Peng

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Relevance: 0.314331

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Elena Vesnina

Overall Sentiment: 0.0360701

Relevance: 0.312667

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Su-Wei Hsieh

Overall Sentiment: 0.127131

Relevance: 0.31062

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Varvara Lepchenko

Overall Sentiment: 0.122534

Relevance: 0.310105

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Lesia Tsurenko

Overall Sentiment: -0.10723

Relevance: 0.310001

Jamie Hampton

Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.306444

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Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.301432

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Luksika Kumkhum

Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.300863

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Overall Sentiment: 0.138635

Relevance: 0.300068

Akgul Amanmuradova

Overall Sentiment: 0.0748752

Relevance: 0.299477

Jelena Jankovic

Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.299248

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Sara Errani

Overall Sentiment: -0.392231

Relevance: 0.296007

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Lucie Safarova

Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.292916

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Daria Gavrilova

Overall Sentiment: -0.0175114

Relevance: 0.289669

Angelique Kerber

Overall Sentiment: -0.211256

Relevance: 0.288135

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  • Aggregate Sentiment is meant to be an indicator of an individual’s overall sentiment.
  • The Mean is meant to be an indicator of an individual’s average comment sentiment.
  • The Standard Deviation, when there are enough quotes, will indicate an individual’s consistency of sentiment (i.e. a Standard Deviation of 0 would mean they were very consistent in their sentiment and 1 would mean they were very inconsistent).

Note that quote stats are likely to be meaningless beyond the aggregate score due to the tiny sample size. However, they are always provided just in case you find something useful there.

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City: Hobart

Overall Sentiment: 0.138817

Relevance: 0.369508

City: Melbourne

Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.358465

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Facility: Rod Laver Arena

Overall Sentiment: 0.435835

Relevance: 0.365857

Country: Japan

Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.352936

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Country: Germany

Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.312573

Country: Thailand

Overall Sentiment: 0

Relevance: 0.308969

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Country: Serbia

Overall Sentiment: 0.0158248

Relevance: 0.306173

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Azarenka, Williams cruise; Kvitova ousted in Melbourne

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Defending champion Victoria Azarenka and 15-time major titlist Serena Williams were both easy second-round winners on Thursday at the Australian Open, but former Wimbledon champ Petra Kvitova was eliminated in a three-set thriller by rising British star Laura Robson.The top-seeded Azarenka converted 5-of-8 break chances and took advantage of five double faults by Greek Eleni Daniilidou in a 6-1, 6-0 rout, while the third-seeded Williams continued her quest for a sixth Aussie crown with a 6-2, 6-0 pasting of Garbine Muguruza

~ by vandal3di3go on February 22, 2013.

 
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