Roger Federers Viertelfinal-Gegner Kevin Anderson hat in Miami sein Comeback gegeben. Ein bislang sehr gutes. Roger Federer schlägt Kevin Anderson im Miami-Viertelfinal mit und Der Schweizer zeigt lange Zeit nahezu perfektes Tennis. Erleben Sie das Tennis-Spiel zwischen Kevin Anderson und Roger Federer im LIVE-Scoring bei iawines.com Das Spiel beginnt am 29 März um
Macht Roger Federer gegen Anderson einen grossen Schritt zum Titel?Erleben Sie das Tennis-Spiel zwischen Kevin Anderson und Roger Federer im LIVE-Scoring bei iawines.com Das Spiel beginnt am 29 März um Roger Federer overcame a sluggish start to defeat Filip Krajinovic and Kevin Anderson's booming serve proved too much for Joao Sousa as both. Roger Federer freut sich an den ATP Finals auf die Revanche für die Niederlage in Wimbledon gegen Kevin Anderson. Die Ausgangslage ist.
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Shapovalov broke Tiafoe four times and could hardly stop smiling at the prospect of playing Federer. Shapovalov also spoke about what appears to be a bright future for Canadian tennis.
That was a glorious match to watch. It was on in the morning here for me but I still was too nervous to watch it live. When I get really nervous I only watch matches later after I confirm Roger has already won!
The Bagel in the first set also made me nervous because if Roger let down and had lost in 3 it would be somewhat worse to win the first set to easily only to lose the match… convoluted thinking I know.
Haha I could never watch a match in full when I know the result. Jon, you were spot on as always! Kevin played poorly in the first, with a terrible first serve percentage and many unforced errors.
Roger played great, but only 38 percent first served. As you noted, in the second set Kevin served much better, hit his ground strokes quite well and did not give up easy points.
Plus he stopped slicing his backhand returns and helped Kevin get into a baseline groove. Roger changed his return strategy, but even then it was almost too late.
He needed six break chances in game nine. I felt that if Kevin had held in that game, he was more likely to win the second set than Roger.
The third set would have been tight, almost a repeat of Wimbledon was in the offing! As Roger said, margins are tight, and even though he is playing better than ever before, the opposition has caught up finally!
Would really have hated him to lose in 3 after that first-set bagel. Hm did Anderson play badly in the first set? He was under huge pressure from basically the first point.
Sweating buckets and breathing hard after 2 games. Agree with the rest. Although playing better than ever before? They say it about all the greats, Oh Ronnie must be playing better now than he ever has.
Loved the match and Roger played much better than I expected him to. He has to be wary of Denis S though. He has nothing to lose. And his break point convesion rate has not been great in I can see Denis taking a set.
But looking forward to the Fed-Isner final ;p. On the contrary, if you look at the stats from Krajinovic match onwards Fed has been much stingier with UFEs.
Consistency won him the match v Medvedev and last night. He has adapted beautifully to this court and it has showed.
Yep agree with Susie, he has been rock solid this week so far, consistency has been the reason he is in the semi final! Fun match indeed!
Incredible level of play. The Slicerer at his best. Hope for a great tennis lesson for him. Got up at am, looked at my screen and when I saw , I checked the result on two websites to be sure.
Credit to him. Instead of having been ground down, Federer suggested, he had just suffered "one of those days," the kind when things gradually go south, never to come back together.
When the pieces don't fit together quite right. The kind of day that has occurred so infrequently in his storied career, and so rarely when the whole world is watching.
Once Federer lost contact with his A-game, he kept searching for it like a guy trying to pull in a weak radio signal.
He wasn't getting many aces. When I was on, I was making him play. From the baseline I felt like I could mix it up, play aggressive. There was a lot going on.
But as the match went on, I couldn't surprise him anymore. That's a bad feeling to have. That's an especially bad feeling for one of whom so much is expected.
But the brooding confession partially concealed the role Anderson played in keeping Federer from recovering his momentum.
Both men served well, which might have been expected. But Anderson was on point the entire time over the final three sets with his groundstrokes from the baseline, while Federer made surprisingly few adjustments in his game plan to throw him off.
Kevin Anderson was at his best against Kei Nishikori. The year-old won the first 11 games against Nishikori before his relieved opponent finally got on the scoreboard with an angled winner.
Federer will likely have to avenge his Wimbledon loss this year to Anderson to reach the semi-finals, although all four players in the group could still mathematically progress.
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