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Kuznetsova only qualified for the elite eight-woman tournament Saturday after winning the Kremlin Cup but she staved off exhaustion and a match point in the deciding set to eventually emerge victorious over the world No. 3 .Kuznetsova continued to press and probe the world No. 3's notoriously resilient defense, breaking once more thanks to a backhand winner and crosscourt pass before sealing the set when Radwanska plonked a return into the net after 50 minutes.By this stage, there was nothing between the pair with Radwanska and her weary-looking opponent unable to hold serve as the tension mounted but it was Kuznetsova who got the decisive break to seal victory after two hours and 48 minutes on her third match point.
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