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Andreescu's big win feels so good

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. - Her thigh was cramping and her strength was ebbing. Bianca Andreescu had squandered a match point in the ninth game of the third set of her BNP Paribas Open semifinal against Elina Svitolina on Friday night, and then a second and a third chance eluded her in the 10th game. By the time that game went to deuce for the fourth time, pain had become as menacing a foe for the 18-year-old Canadian as was the persistent

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