Sunday, November 27, 2011

Federer: "I was still surprised to break all those records"

Roger Federer today after winning the Masters Cup semi-final in London to David Ferrer, who finds it easy to understand "why Ferrer won" the number 1 in the world, Novak Djokovic and No. 3 Andy Murray in the first phase of tournament.

Federer, who has imposed on twelve occasions in which the two have met in a tennis court, said at a press conference to beat Ferrer, fifth in the ATP rankings, "is not as easy as it sounds "by the statistics, but" requires hard work. Hit the ball quickly and has a very consistent game. All matches I've played against him lately have been very tough, very physical, "said world No. 4 . Federer said that Spanish is one of the best Subtractor circuit and one of the most dangerous players because of their mental strength.

After winning all four games he has played in London, Federer stands on a Masters Cup final, if won, would be for him to overcome several historical records. The final tomorrow will be the number 100 will play Federer in his career, which might behave the official tournament number 70. In addition, the Swiss would be his sixth Masters, which would beat the statistical tables of the Czech Ivan Lendl and Pete Sampras, who won five times in the tournament that brings together the eight best players of the year. "It continues to surprise to reach as many finals, winning many tournaments and beat all those records. Obviously, it makes me very happy and I am proud to have been able to do this at the highest level for so many years," said Federer.

Tomorrow will be waiting on cement London's O2 Arena Blue the winner of the second semifinal of the tournament, will face Czech Tomas Berdych, the world number seven, and Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in sixth.


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