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- China Open results - Day 3
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- Murray wins first title since Wimbledon in Shenzhen
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- Nishikori reaches Malaysian Open final
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Li admits tough to beat 'twin' Zheng
Chinese number one Li Na reached the Rome Open third round on Wednesday with a 6-3, 6-1 win over compatriot Zheng Jie, who she described as a "twin".
"It's always tough to play someone from the same country -- we were in the national team together, and we trained and practised for a long time together," fifth-seeded Li said.
"It's like being twins on the tour, and it's tough to fight against each other on the court. But I was really happy I could beat her today."
Former French Open champion Li reached the final in Rome in 2012 where she lost a three-set thriller to Maria Sharapova.