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Thursday, November 26, 2015

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Monday, November 23, 2015

Djokovic wins Barclays ATP World Tour Finals 2015 title

Djokovic wins Barclays ATP World Tour Finals 2015 title

Novak Djokovic won his fourth consecutive Barclays ATP World Tour Finals crown.

The Serb defeated Roger Federer 6-3, 6-4 in their 44th meeting. Their ATP Head2Head is now level at 22-22, with the top-ranked Serb owning a 5-3 edge in their 2015 encounters.

"I'm obviously very proud to have these achievements with my team," said Djokovic. "It's been a long season, but the best of my life. Without their support and my family, I wouldn't be where I am. I'm just trying to cherish every moment at this level. As a kid growing up, you dream to be at tournaments like this and fighting for the biggest trophies in sport."

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Watch Djokovic vs Federer at Barclays ATP World Tour Final

Watch Djokovic vs Federer at Barclays ATP World Tour Final

Today Novak Djokovic will take on Roger Federer at the Barclays ATP World Tour Final match for the Masters title... This is a match you don't want to miss :)

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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Roger overcames Nishikori at World Tour Finals

Roger overcames Nishikori at World Tour Finals

Roger Federer secure top spot in Group Stan Smith after beating Kei Nishikori 7-5 4-6 6-4 at London's O2 Arena.

Federer was not at his best against Nishikori but recovered from a tought secnd set loss to take the win.

Djokovic and Tomas Berdych will do battle in the final Group Stan Smith match later in the day with a place in the semi-finals at stake.

A vibrant Nishikori showed great character to battle back from 3-1 down by winning three games in a row to go a break up at 4-3, racing around the court at speed and using his whippy backhand with great effect.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Federer ends Djokovic's winning streak at ATP Finals

Federer ends Djokovic's winning streak at ATP Finals

Roger Federer brought his top game to the O2 Arena on Tuesday, stopping Novak Djokovic's ATP Finals winning streak at 15 by beating the top-seeded Serb 7-5, 6-2.

"I wouldn't have picked it maybe before the tournament, just because of his really good record on the indoors, the year he's had," said Federer, who lost to Djokovic in the Wimbledon and U.S. Open finals. "But then again, all day I felt good about my chances."

The win put Federer in the semifinals of the season-ending tournament for the 13th time in 14 appearances.

Djokovic, who has already clinched the year-end No. 1 ranking, had not lost at the ATP Finals since 2011, winning the last three elite titles for the top eight players in the world.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Federer beats Berdych in the ATP World Tour Finals

Federer beats Berdych in the ATP World Tour Finals

Roger Federer overcame a shaky start to emphatically see off Tomas Berdych in the ATP World Tour Finals in London on Sunday.

Federer, a six-time winner of the glitzy season-ending tournament, played with a swagger in the second set and Berdych was unable to live with him.

It had all started so promisingly for sixth seed Berdych when two Federer double-faults and a stray backhand from the 17-time grand-slam champion put the Czech 2-0 up.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Nole and Roger win top ATP awards

Nole and Roger win top ATP awards

The ATP World Tour Awards presented by Moët & Chandon honours the season's best players and tournaments, as determined by the players and Emirates ATP Rankings. In addition to the player-voted awards, fans choose the winner of Fans' Favourite singles player and doubles team, while the ATP selects the recipients of the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian and Ron Bookman Media Excellence awards.

Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and the Bryan brothers are the winners of the ATP's top awards for 2015.

Djokovic will receive the ATP World Tour No. 1 award for the second straight year and fourth time overall. He has been ranked No. 1 since July 7, 2014.

Federer has been selected by his peers as winner of the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for the 11th time. He also gets the fans' favorite award for a 13th straight year.

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Federer suffers a tough loss in Paris

Federer suffers a tough loss in Paris

Roger Federer lost 7-6(3), 3-6, 7-6(5) to John Isner at the BNP Paribas Masters after two hours and 16 minutes.

"Does indoors maybe help him there a little bit? Potentially," Federer said. "He's got the size, got the power, got the angles. I thought he did very well today when he needed it. The 'breakers, he served great. Those are the ones he needed. That was the difference."

Federer went down despite claiming the lone service break of the match, midway through the second set. He struck 13 aces and saved all six break points faced, but misfired on a forehand to drop the first set and was on the receiving end of an unplayable 145 miles per hour Isner serve on the final point of the match.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Federer draws confidence from seventh Basel crown

Federer draws confidence from seventh Basel crown

A seventh title on home soil in Basel where he snapped a three-and-a-half-year losing streak to great rival Rafael Nadal in the final has given Roger Federer fresh motivation to finish the season on a high as he enters the final two events of the season.

The Swiss No. 3 seed arrives in Paris for the BNP Paribas Masters with the added incentive of ensuring a shock Australian Open defeat to Andreas Seppi back in January was a one-off when the pair square off in the second round. He leads the pair’s FedEx ATP Head2Head 12-1 and has beaten the Italian twice this year since.

The 2011 Paris champion has claimed six titles this year and reached two Grand Slam finals. He is one of only a handful of players to have dented Novak Djokovic’s otherwise brilliant year.

Monday, September 14, 2015

Roger Federer US Open Final Interview

Roger Federer US Open Final Interview

An Interview With: Roger Federer (Final)
Sunday, September 13, 2015

Q. You played an outstanding match. You were playing so well. Is there consolation in that, or just disappointment that you weren't able to maybe convert some of those break points and come away with a win?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, there is definitely consolation it's been a great stretch all the way for many months now.

Also to receive the crowd support that I did receive. I don't consider that normal. I always say. Say like it feels like you're winning, as well, but I felt like I was sort of up in the score, they kept me going, and that's definitely one of the reasons I still keep playing, because of these moments, goose bump moments. It's great.

Yeah, surely I am very disappointed. Like you said, I had my chances on my racquet. I should never been down in the score the way I was. But Novak did a great job of fending them off, and, you know, all of that.

It was a tough night, but still, I don't know, thrilling at the same time.

Q. Was the third set the key of this match? Seemed in the third you were maybe a bit better than him.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

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Saturday, September 12, 2015

Roger Federer Interview US Open semifinal

Roger Federer Interview US Open semifinal

An Interview With: Roger Federer (Semifinals)
Friday, September 11, 2015

Q. Can you talk about your serve tonight and how valuable of a weapon it's become over the past couple of weeks in New York?

ROGER FEDERER: I mean, I always thought I had a decent serve with variation, to be quite honest. I definitely had better and worse days before, but now it seems like I'm able to, you know, just serve maybe better consistently maybe.

I'm not sure if that's the case, but definitely also talking about faster conditions in Cincinnati and also now here. I'm using conditions to my advantage, it seems like. I hope I can serve equally good, you know, come Sunday.

Q. In anticipation to the final, a few days ago when Djokovic was playing Bautista Agut and he dropped the second set, you know, people would be cheering for Bautista Agut. Djokovic showed some anger, and he said in his post-match conference that, you know, he wasn't himself. Do you think that that might be in anticipation for the crowd preference in your favor, and how you manage that and what you expect about that issue in the final?

Friday, September 11, 2015

Roger Federer US Open Quarterfinal Interview

Roger Federer US Open Quarterfinal Interview

An Interview With: Roger Federer (Quarterfinals)
Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Q. At 34, how do you explain continuing to peak? How are you able to maintain such a high level?

ROGER FEDERER: Ah, I don't know. I mean, since a few years now or many years I have tried to look at the big picture to hopefully still be playing at a high level at this age. So in some ways I am not surprised I am playing as well as I am.

I think I have worked on my game moving forward, have been able to take the ball earlier, and, you know, I think I'm volleying better than I have the last 10 years. I think I was volleying well coming up on the tour when I was younger because I was spending more time at net.

I think that gave me confidence to keep working on that, moving forward. Now because my serving is working quite well, you put those two things together, and standing in on the return as well, I think has changed the dynamics a little bit. It's all about keeping yourself in shape and staying injury-free. And motivated, I guess.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Roger Federer Interview US Open round 4

Roger Federer Interview US Open round 4

An Interview With: Roger Federer (Round 4)
Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Q. He hadn't been broken in over a hundred games here. He never lost a tiebreaker 7-0 before. How proud are you of that?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, no doubt I'm very pleased because I knew of the toughness of the matchup. I think it happened very quickly how tough it was going to be because we were not really getting that many chances. You could sense if John really hit his spots and I would do the same, it would be tough for either one of us to break through. I think the first-set tiebreaker, when you win a tiebreak 7-Love, things have to go your way. You need to make some right decisions; he needs to take some bad ones. Needs to match up nicely. Of course, I think that first set is always going to be key, especially in a serving contest. I think especially the second one was massive just because I wasn't feeling that good going into the second-set tiebreaker like I was going into the first. I had to fight off some tough serves. I thought John was going really big then, like with some massive pace. It was just tough, you know. I picked the right sides. I think confidence helped me to get through that one. Then the break clearly was nice. But I kind of felt it was coming. He was maybe not having as much energy anymore. But still it was nice to break and win at the same time.

Q. Taking into account what you're saying now, when he recovered from Love-40, did you feel like you were going towards a third tiebreak?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, probably. Even though I had a Love-30 game when he was serving against the match and then another Love-30 game when I finally broke, I mean, I see it positive in the sense that I made it work. Okay, I didn't get the break. I took a decision that game to hit more slices. It matched up maybe the wrong way at Love-40 with his serving. Then at 30-40 when I hit the chip, you know, I just gave it not enough margin because I think that would have been a tough shot for him to hit. Credit to him for, you know, just going really big on the second serve. It's unbelievable with how much ease he's able to hit those big second serves time and time again. I think he only double-faulted once. He's going on an average of 115, 120 miles an hour. It's impressive to say the least.

Q. You made the conscious choice this summer just to play Cincinnati. Deep into the tournament, you're into the quarterfinals, do you feel a difference in your body? Do you feel fresher? If so, how?

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Roger Federer Interview US Open Round 3

Roger Federer Interview US Open Round 3

An Interview With: Roger Federer (Round 3)
Saturday, September 05, 2015

Q. In your post-match interview, you spoke a little bit about facing John Isner's serve. How would you describe that serve and the biggest challenges about it?

ROGER FEDERER: For some reason I feel like I don't know it as well. I don't know how many times we have played against each other. Played Karlovic more and Roddick and Raonic it seems like almost. But John it's been once every two years maybe, so I don't know it that well. He's got the power. It needs to be, and then clearly because he's so tall clearly he finds the impossible angles for us, really. And he's got a great second serve, as well. Obviously best-of-three-set match he's even more dangerous. Best-of-five you feel like you have a bit more time, but clearly he can also run three, four, five sets serving great. It's going to be a tough match.

Q. And how does that power affect your newfound strategy, and to what degree you might employ it?

ROGER FEDERER: I mean, the idea is not to use it very much against a player like that. I have done pretty well over the years against big servers, so, I mean, clearly I will think about it, but I don't think that's going to be the turning point of the match, to be quite honest. I need to make sure I protect my own serve first.

Friday, September 4, 2015

Roger Federer US Open Interview Round 2

Roger Federer US Open Interview Round 2

An Interview With: Roger Federer (Round 2)
Thursday, September 03, 2015

Q. How would you rate your performance tonight? It was pretty easy. How would you compare how you're playing this year, especially tonight, to the last few years at the US Open?

ROGER FEDERER: I mean, obviously '13 was difficult. Other years were good as well. I don't remember the opening rounds from the last two years right now. Very often I started this tournament quite strong. It's always gone quite well for me. I've always enjoyed conditions here, the balls, the speed of the court, the atmosphere in the arena. It's always worked very well for me.

I think this year is another good year. Doing the right things on the court. Like you said, it was pretty on the easier side, you know, so I was able to mix it up, was attacking, was also staying back some. I was pretty much all-out attack as much as I could. Obviously I have to manage that against different players when the scoreline isn't maybe so one-sided.

Q. Would you vote for Marcelo Rios if you were a voter for the Hall of Fame?

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Roger Federer Wins Istanbul Open

Federer Wins Inaugural Istanbul Open

Roger Federer won the TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open after defeating Pablo Cuevas 6-3, 7-6(11).

With the win, Turkey became the 19th different country in which Federer has won an ATP World Tour title.

The top seed capitalised on one one of his three break point opportunities to easily take the first set in 33 minutes. The Swiss broke again in the seventh game of the second set and looked to be in cruise control until the 29-year-old Uruguayan broke back to level the set at 4-all. Federer then earned triple break point on Cuevas' serve before the World No. 23 was able to hold at 5-4.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Monfils upsets Federer in Monte Carlo

Monfils upsets Federer in Monte Carlo

Gael Monfils defeated Roger Federer 6-4, 7-6(5)at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters to reach the quarter-finals where he will play Grigor Dimitrov, who earlier beat defending champion Stan Wawrinka, 6-1, 6-2.

Monfils took the lead in the match and even Federer tried to fight back, the Frenchman reeled off four straight points down 3-5 in the tie-break to clinch the victory in one hour and 44 minutes.

"I'm surprised I was able to increase my power so quickly," said Monfils. "I played solid and I played better than yesterday. I was able to hit hard from the baseline; to be aggressive. I'm very pleased with the match."

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

No problem for Federer in Monte Carlo

Federer Cruises Past Chardy In Monte-Carlo

Roger Federer defeated Jeremy Chardy 6-2, 6-1 and set up a third round meeting with Gael Monfils at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters.

Monfils, who defeated Alexandr Dolgopolov.

Federer hit 19 winners to five for Chardy, and made 12 unforced errors.

“I thought Jeremy didn’t serve very well, and I felt good on the return,” said Federer. “So I was in a lot of the service games when he was serving. Then I thought I served well, had a high first serve percentage and was able to control the baseline. On clay, things move ahead very quickly, I must say.”

Monday, March 23, 2015

Djokovic wins Indian Wells after beating Federer

Djokovic wins Indian Wells after beating Federer

Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer 6-3, 6-7 (5/7), 6-2 to successfully defend his Indian Wells crown and claim his 50th career ATP title.

Nole also captured his fourth Indian Wells crown and is now tied with world number two Federer for the most men's titles in the California desert.

It was another epic struggle in a long list of hardcourt battles between the two top players in the world, who have met 38 times with Swiss great Federer still holding a slight 20-18 edge.

Djokovic had lost his last two matches to Federer in straight sets after beating him in last year's Wimbledon final. The five-time Australian Open winner also needed three sets to beat Federer in the 2014 Indian Wells title match.

Djokovic's range of emotions Sunday went from shaking while trying to take a drink of water during a changeover, to breaking a racquet in fit of anger to the sweet bliss of beating the 17-time Grand Slam winner and one of the greatest of all-time on the big stage.