Posted June 27, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Sara Errani needed only seven seconds Wednesday to complete a rain-interrupted win at Wimbledon, and she didn't even have to hit a ball. Errani led American CoCo Vandeweghe 6-1, 5-3 and held the advantage one point from victory when their match was halted Tuesday evening. They returned to Court 16 some 18 hours later, and when Vandeweghe double-faulted into the net on the first point, Errani had the victory. Both players smiled as they met at the net to shake hands. Errani was runner-up to Maria Sharapova this month at the French Open.
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