2010 U.S. Open, Women's Final: Clijsters Cruises In First Set

Not sure about you, but for my wife, the highlight of the match so far was CBS cutting to a shot of Kim Clijsters' daughter Jada, who seemed much more interested in the slice of watermelon she was munching on than the action on the court. Who could blame the kid? Her mommy wasn't messing around; Clijsters took the first set, 6-2.

Vera Zvonareva looked tight, making 13 unforced errors. Clijsters was more than happy to work points and rarely went for too much. She didn't completely overpower Zvonareva, but it didn't end up mattering. Clijsters is on a roll right now.

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