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Federer into Dubai Semi Finals After Gasquet Retires

Federer Defeat Gasquet Dubai 2015

Well guys Roger’s one step closer to defending his Dubai crown after a 6-1 victory against Richard Gasquet who had to retire with back troubles immediately after dropping the first set. Not much else to say to be honest as it was a blink and you’ll miss it type affair. Roger dominated the early exchanges breaking serve easily and with …

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Federer Brushes Aside Verdasco to Make Dubai Quarters

Federer Verdasco Dubai Last 16 2015

Another night session victory in Dubai for the GOAT as he defeated Fernando Verdasco 6-4 6-3 in exactly 1 hour to book his spot in the quarter finals where he’ll meet Richard Gasquet. Not vintage Federer in the opening exchanges as Verdasco had a 4-1 lead in the first set but Federer regrouped winning 20 points in a row (5 …

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Federer Kicks Off Dubai Defence With Win Over Youzhny

Federer Defeats Youzhny Dubai 2015

Roger Federer made a winning return to the ATP Tour after his 4 week hiatus defeating Mikhail Youzhny for the sixteenth time in a row 6-3, 6-1 in the 1st round at the Dubai Duty Free Championships. After the loss to Seppi at the Australian Open Roger hasn’t played a competitive match so his form was unknown coming in but …

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Dubai Draw 2015: Federer Takes Doubles Wildcard

Dubai Draw 2015

The Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships draw for 2015 just landed and the surprising news accompanying it is that Fed has taken a wildcard into the doubles event. He’ll play with fellow Swiss Michael Lammer whilst Djokovic will team up with Laszlo Djere; clearly a good coup by the tournament organisers here that will result in more ticket sales and …

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Federer Fan Story: Phantom at the Swiss Indoors 2014

Fan Story Basel 2014

Thank you Jonathan for giving me this opportunity to share my recent experience of ‘how I met Roger Federer’. Well, in this post I will mainly highlight how the whole unexpected journey started rather than describing about Roger Federer’s game as we all know very well and how Jonathan always writes beautifully in his peRFect blog. Here is my story …

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Majestic Federer Wins 6th Basel Crown

Federer Wins 6th Basel Title

Boom! The GOAT delivered on his promise of winning 5 titles this year with a comprehensive victory in Basel defeating David Goffin 6-2 6-2 in just 51 minutes. In recording his 6th Basel crown the Swiss has now won 82 career titles and won 6 titles 6 times or more – Wimbledon, Halle, Cincinnati, Dubai, World Tour Finals and now …

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Federer Fends Off Karlovic Serving Display to Make Basel Final

Federer Defeats Karlovic

Phew close one here for the GOAT but he used his experience to see off an inspired Ivo Karlovic 7-6(8) 3-6 6-3 to make his 11th Basel final and setup a tie against red hot David Goffin who is 43-2 since Wimbledon. Like I said in my prediction I fancied Karlovic to get a set but what I didn’t expect …

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Federer Too Good For Dimitrov in Basel

Federer Defeats Dimitrov Basel 2014

Too good from the GOAT here as he once again got the better of Grigor Dimitrov in Basel defeating the Bulgarian 7-6(4) 6-2 in 1 hour 29 minutes. A high quality encounter throughout we saw some top quality serving from Dimitrov but some all round genius from the Swiss as he saved 4 set points in the first set at …

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Federer Sees Off Istomin Challenge in Basel

Federer defeat Istomin Basel 2014

Action replay from last years encounter against Istomin here as Federer had to come from a set down to defeat the Uzbekistani 3-6 6-3 6-4. Not the most clinical display from Fed but he shook off an error strewn first set to play much cleaner tennis which eventually wore Istomin out. Istomin was coming in off the back of a …

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Impressive Federer Crushes Muller in Basel

Federer Crushes Muller in Basel

Exhibition stuff from the GOAT here as he dismantled Gilles Muller 6-2 6-1 to make swift progress into the last 16 in Basel. To be honest there’s not much to say other than it was a demolition job from Fed somewhat aided and abetted by his Luxembourgian opponent who played slow, predictable Tennis and looked like he was wearing lead …

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