Sears, who later left the arena in the same car as Hantuchova with much to sort out, had seemingly experienced this kind of roller-coaster performance by Hantuchova once too often.
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Asagoe, ranked 78 in the world and a finalist at Edgbaston two weeks ago, had saved three match points in the 10th game of a nail-biting deciding set and after failing to serve out for the match at 8-7 she held her nerve at the second attempt to close out her 0-6, 6-4 12-10 triumph.
Meanwhile, Lindsay Davenport is puzzled by the fact that after probably the worst year of her career she is still rated fifth-best in the world.
The Slovak, whose biggest wins have come at the Indian Wells event, has lost her five matches in a row, dating back to the Sydney event.
Her only wins this season have come in the qualifying draw of Sydney where she won 3 matches to reach the main draw.
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Daniela Hantuchova, the slightly-built Slovakian who has become the pin-up girl among Wimbledon observers, slumped to a tearful and embarrassingly early exit last night as she surrendered a dominant position to a determined Japanese opponent, Shinobu Asagoe.
Hantuchova, the ninth seed, looked in no danger as she raced through the first set without the loss of a game but bizarrely, two hours later, was sent packing on the wrong end of a thrilling Court Two marathon in which she notched up more than 50 unforced errors.
For me this has not been overall an impressive year but I'm still five in the world, which is pretty funny."If somebody had told me when I hadn't played for eight months that I would be back to No 5 by now and still be hanging in there, I would have been ecstatic.
It is now a case of giving myself opportunities to play well against the better players and this win today has kept those hopes alive."Davenport's decline from world No 1 in January last year was brought about partly by recurring injury problems - the latest being a damaged left foot which will at some stage require surgery - and her marriage two months ago which interrupted the single-minded pursuit of her career."It is a relief that the wedding is now behind me and I can hopefully focus on the tennis for a few months," she admitted.
Serving at 7-8, she walloped one of her spectacular drive volleys an inch wide of the sideline to give the equally nervous and erratic Harkleroad, beaten in the junior final here last year, a first match point.