Saturday, November 12, 2011

Federer gets into the final for the first time Bercy

Roger Federer was able, for the first time in his busy career, qualifying for the final round Bercy Masters 1000 last season, defeating Czech Tomas Berdych 6-4, 6-3 in one hour and 20 minutes.

The Paris Masters was the only one which Federer had not played the final and, together with Rome and Monte Carlo, the only one not on his resume.

The Swiss third seed, has not hidden his ambition to secure a tournament in which, until this year, had nine appearances and a semifinal last year, when compared to France's Gael Monfils blew five match points before falling eliminated.

This time, Federer has become more aware, less parties at his back, after some physical problems that led him out of the circuit for several weeks.

A break it down well, since his comeback last week, won "his" tournament in Basel for the fifth time and now in Paris, has flown the competition without leaving any sign of weakness.

No set against

It has given no set and only Argentine Juan Monaco managed to break the service in the quarterfinals. Totals just under four hours of play in four games.

Berdych face when announcing a more complicated exercise, Federer turned to his best game to leave in the lurch into Czech 26.

Was enough to impose a minimum service game before Berdych should have been paid a fatigue of the great game he played the night before against Andy Murray, a monument to tennis almost three hours and a half hours of power to be played.

Federer won the first minute hierarchy and the meeting began breaking the serve of his opponent, who was able to maintain an advantage until the end of September.

Missing Rome, Monte Carlo Bercy

He repeated the exercise in the second to break out and strength in his game to the end, which resulted in qualification for the last step of the tournament.

Little trace of Berdych was the day before had shone against Murray dose of genius and had shown an incredible credit against Janko Tipsarevic and Fernando Verdasco.

The fifth seed, who won in Bercy in 2005, was presented as a tough opponent for Federer. Because I was in good shape, because he had won three of the last five games between them, including one played this year in the quarterfinals of Cincinnati.

But it fell short of a team that pulls the end of the season to continue adding records to his credit.

Monaco won his victory against 800 in the circuit, which was included in a select club that has only seven members. Tomorrow can get your 18 Masters title in a 1,000, which would leave one of Rafael Nadal, the leader of that classification.

To do so will have to beat the winner of the duel between the Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, sixth seed, and American John Isner, big surprise of the tournament


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