Monday, November 28, 2011

Professor Federer

Roger Federer, 100 final and 70 titles. Number of teachers. The Swiss professor sat at the O2 Arena in London and submitting final Jo-Wilfred Tsonga and win his sixth Masters Cup, which no one has succeeded in the history of the sport. The Basel not only achieved success in Anglo-Saxon lands republish, but has earned the right to conclude for the ninth consecutive year among the three best players on the circuit. Just, Roger.

Roger Federer reached the last stretch of the season with no major titles to his credit. Had only won the tournament in Doha at the start of it and then diluted in the shadow of a battle that had to Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal as actors and in which the Swiss just figured either as actor. Certified after the U.S. Open would be the first year since 2002 would close a season without having raised a Grand Slam Cup. "I was here to stay. Many people forward my retirement, but I'm there, fighting another generation of younger players and stronger than me," pointing the Swiss, who won his pride wounded in Basel, Paris and has just won the Masters Cup in London, three tournaments playing characteristics (hard court and indoor) are tailor-made for him. His victim in Bercy was the same as in the Centre Court to the O2 Arena, Jo-Wilfred Tsonga who has succumbed to the magic Helvetica by an aggregate score of 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-3 after two hours and eighteen minutes.

The game was not as bright as expected in a matchup of two of the best players on the planet, but says he knew that in a final you can not wait. It was Tsonga who was better planted on the track in the early stages, solving the authoritative service games, winning the exchanges from the bottom track and doing much damage to your opponent with a backhand magic. Federer had to use their service and continued rises to the network to gain ground and pull the heavy wagon which had disguised grief. So it was always key to the eighth game, with Jo the service. Two blunders of the Frenchman and two taps on the wrist led to break Federer in Swiss white. That bit him was enough to take advantage on the scoreboard.


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