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CTL 2015 Final: Punjab Marshalls def. Hyderabad Aces

Updated: 06 December 2015 22:16 IST - Published: 06 December 2015 18:59 IST
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An incredibly narrow margin for a final. The Punjab Marshalls close out the final 22-21 against home side Hyderabad Aces.
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CHAMPIONSHIP POINT! It's 4-3 in favour of Baghdatis in the tiebreaker with both teams at 21 games apiece.
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Punjab and Baghdatis HOLD! The teams are now 21 games apiece as well, and Karlovic serves for the tiebreak.
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If Baghdatis holds serve, yet another set will go to a tiebreak - to decide the set, the title and the 2015 championship.
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Baghdatis will now serve to stay in the match as he trails Karlovic 3-4.
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Are we headed for another tiebreak? Karlovic and Baghdatis are 3 games apiece now as it's game point for the Croat!
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Karlovic extends his lead to 3-2, with his team, Hyderabad Aces, leading Punjab 20 games to 19.
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The final tie of the final! Marcos Baghdatis of Punjab is down 1-2 to Croatian Ivo Karlovic of the Hyderabad Aces!
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Punjab Marshalls' Myneni and Baghdatis take the men's doubles set 5-4 after a tiebreak!
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Yet ANOTHER tie breaker! With the teams 4-4, Karlovic and Nedunchezhiyan are now on serve as they fight for the set.
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Hyderabad lead! 3-2 to the home team with some powerful shots from the big-serving Ivo Karlovic.
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A turn of fortunes! Hyderabad come back to level with Punjab, with the teams now 2 games all.
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Ivo Karlovic and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan take the court for Hyderabad Aces as they play Punjab's Myneni and Baghdatis.
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And the Hyderabad Aces take it easily.
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They've come back on all four cylinders! The tall Karlovic and the Swiss Miss lead the Marshalls pair 4-2.
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Impressive play from the big-serving Karlovic and the powerful Hingis! The pairs are now level at 1-1 in the mixed doubles with some quality shots on display.
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The mixed doubles are currently underway, with Ivo Karlovic and Martina Hingis of the Aces playing Elina Svitolina and Marcos Baghdatis of the Punjab Marshalls.
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Hingis loses the tiebreak! It's the Marshalls who take that set.
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Svitolina breaks! They're now tied at 4-all and it's the second tiebreak!
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Hingis now leads 4-3, and she's serving for the match!
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It's now 2-2 and nothing in it, even though Svitolina was 1 year old when Hingis ruled the roost.
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Hingis and her opponent Elina Svitolina of the Punjab Marshalls have both held . It's 1-1.
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Hingis shows just why she's a legend as she varies even the smallest of shots.
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The youngest ever World No. 1 at 16; the current Doubles World No. 1 - Living Legend Martina Hingis is now on court!