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Federer Manhandles Mayer in French Open Fourth Round

The Swiss cruised through to his 54th Grand Slam Quarterfinal with a 6-2, 6-3, 6-3 victory.

Roger Federer is through to his 12th quarter-final at Roland Garros after a serene 6-2, 6-3, 6-3 victory over Leonardo Mayer on Court Philippe Chatrier.

The win sees Roger make his 54th major quarterfinal appearance and he was never troubled by the Argentine as he broke five times in the match to come through in just 1 hour and 42 minutes.

The Swiss will next face Stan Wawrinka who came through a five-set epic against Stefanos Tsitsipas in a match that lasted over 5 hours.

Quick Match Recap

Fed Mayer RG 4r

Mayer won the toss and elected to serve. Roger won the first point and although Mayer had game point at 40-30 he was broken after a drop shot and backhand pass from the Swiss.

Roger was then pegged to deuce, but he came up with a crisp serve and volley play to hold for 2-0. Mayer got on the board in game three but he was in more trouble by game five as Roger took away his time and the pressure saw him commit a double fault on break point.

A hold to love put Roger up 5-1 and he soon bagged the first set 6-2 winning 32 points to Mayer’s 21.

Into set two and with Mayer looking all at sea he was immediately down a break, again undone by the short slice.

Roger consolidated to love for 2-0, and from there he was on cruise control for the remainder of the set, with the only real danger when he was forced to deuce in game eight. 

However, Roger held and then broke Mayer to take a two set to love lead which saw the disconsolate Argentinian sky a ball into the stands.

With Mayer having never beaten a Top 5 opponent in his career the odds didn’t look great for him at two sets to love down, but he did try to make a fist of it in set three; saving four break points in game four.

However he wasn’t able to ever find any breathing room on the court, and in game six Roger took control, crafting a brilliant point on break point with the slice and forehand to lead 4-2.

A love hold consolidated the break for 5-2 and although Mayer held for 3-5 his stay on Chatrier was soon over as Roger served it out to love to move into the Quarter Finals.

Match Stats

  Leonardo Mayer Roger Federer
Aces 0 4
Double Faults 4 0
1st Serve 45/87 (51%) 47/70 (67%)
1st Serve Points Won 28/45 (62%) 39/47 (82%)
2nd Serve Points Won 20/42 (47%) 16/23 (69%)
Net Points Won 12/16 (75%) 19/27 (70%)
Break Points Converted 0/0 (0%) 5/10 (50%)
Return Points Won 15/70 (22%) 39/87 (45%)
Winners 17 30
Unforced Errors 31 19
Total Points Won 63 94


Thoughts on the Match

Federer Mayer FO 2019

When it’s these kinds of conditions, it’s fast, it’s swirly, especially on one side, you have a lot of wind in your back. It’s like you’re serving from sort of a tree, from a mountain. And from the other one, you feel like you’re playing up the hill. so I feel like it’s about focus, I did that well, and I’m very pleased with the game.Federer on his win over Mayer

A cruise control win here for Roger against an opponent that had no real answers on the day to combat his suffocating style of tennis.

I hadn’t quite realised how bad a matchup Roger was for Mayer, perhaps the Shanghai thriller skewed my perception, but the Swiss gave him no time on the ball and rushed him throughout.

The Argentine has huge looping swings on both wings which means he can generate power but he needs time to wind it up, take that away, and he doesn’t have any go to plays to win points. Combine that with a warm but relatively breezy Parisian afternoon, and they’re not the sort of match conditions he’s going to enjoy.

I did also read before the match Mayer was suffering from a muscle tear in his leg, which may explain a below-par performance and he certainly never had the look of someone who believed he could win.

As for Roger, it was another ultra-efficient match; it’s the first time he’s made the Quarter Finals in Paris without dropping a set since 2011, and so far his four matches have lasted an average of 1 hour and 47 minutes each.

Just like his previous three matches, he again exploited a player who can’t handle the short slice and is able to take over with his forehand off the reply that sits up nicely in the midcourt. He lost just five points on serve in the opening set, didn’t face a break point in the match and won 45% of his return points to create ten break points and convert 5 of them. Rock solid.

The only negative if you can call it that? He’s not had any real tests so far apart from the third set against Ruud. Other than that his opponents have either been overawed or flat so I think it’s impossible to say how well he’s playing, other than his level has been far too good for what has been put in front of him so far 🙂

Predictions vs Wawrinka

Next up is Stan the Man who overcame Stefanos Tsitsipas in 5 hours and 10 minutes. I watched a good chunk of the match and it was a high-quality affair from both players.

Stan looked the stronger of the two in the early part of the match but I thought the Greek looked like he had more in the tank in the fifth. However, Stan dug deep and converted his second match point on a defensive slice that curved in and clipped the line.

I’m sure Tsitsipas will rue the fact he had 27 break points and only converted 5, 8 of which were in the final set and he won 1 more point in the encounter but it was one of those matches where both guys deserve to win.

Stan now has a day to recover but I’m sure he’ll be feeling some of the effects of the match when he faces Roger on Tuesday in the Quarter Final. That gives Fed the advantage as you need to be on your game physically against Roger as he will make you work for every point.

Wawrinka can be hugely destructive as he proved in 2015 against Roger but I think Fed is the favourite to come through given freshness.

What are your predictions again Stan? Let me know in the comments.


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      1. Yeah!!!

        Nice win for Fed, saving energy for the QF match against Stan… I am hoping for a SF now against Dull


  1. You are faster than Mayer 🙂 , thanks for the accurate write-up for the uneventful match. I thought that Mayer did ok. Rog was too relaxed with some of volleys, which allowed Mayer to pass him on a couple of occasions. Apart from that, it was a brilliant exhibition. Now, it is getting serious. I am hoping that Rog will have a re-match with his mate but it should not matter. Rog will find a way to pass either Stan or Tsitsiy.
    Allez Rog!

  2. Who would have thought at the start of January that Roger would go further in the French Open than in Australia this year!

  3. Great tennis by Roger so far, but he has not been challenged. It all changes from next round, but if Roger can win one more round, it’s more than what I expected and he can give Rafa a scare and start preparing for his next Wimbledon title.

  4. What is this, a contest to be first?
    Haven’t watched the match yet but glad Fed is not spending a lot of time and energy on court. Watching Stan and ST battle.
    ST has such a huge reach, big advantage. Into the 5th, Stan losing steam?
    Tuesday looks cold and rainy. Wish it was hot and sunny for faster conditions.
    Fed is the absolute best at describing what the match felt like. With the wind in play today, describing serving from a tree or mountain and the other end, playing uphill. No wonder he is the best interview.

  5. Huge 5th set!
    So lucky to have witnessed.
    That match point – unbelievable!
    The ball just curved to reach the line.
    Tsitsipas left it. Was quite far.

    So it’s a 2015 rematch!
    @Annie, you were right.

    If I were Paire or Nishikori I’d shoot the organisers. No way they finish the match today. There were open courts and I don’t think anyone on SL would feel robbed. They have just witnessed an epic battle. Anything afterwards is anti-climax.
    So unfair.

    1. Great match – I totally agree with ITV’s decision to show that over Fed’s match. I really had no idea who would win until the last point was struck.

      And Jo Konta’s been looking surprisingly impressive, too – seems to have had a mental makeover since last year. Just a shame the women’s draw has panned out so unevenly and she’s in the tougher bit of it.

      1. Yes, this year I haven’t seen any of her drama queen acts. Good for her because she certainly has enough tennis to go far.

  6. Stan will likely be really, really tired from the first grueling high intensity match-up today against Tsitsipas into their 5 setter, 5 hours 5 minutes with no rest days as he had to finish another match yesterday. Takes longer to recover at 34 years as opposed to being in your early 20’s. In contrast Roger has played a total of 4 hours and change (less time than Stan’s 1 single match today) in all of his matches so will be well rested. My prediction is a semi-final against Nadal, a long overdue match in between them unless Kei beats Rafa.

    1. Fed has been on the court about 7 hours this tournament. So not quite less than 1 of Stan’s matches, but still a good chunk less overall.

      1. Thanks for fact checking Jonathan, we can always rely on you to provide accurate reviews…it was the commentator who made that statement during the match

    2. Stan is strong, and has very good competence in clay, shown brilliantly also in former times. Of course Roger knows that, and will take him very seriously. I would predict an epic match on Tuesday, Fed winning showing his best.

    1. I think this match against Stefanos took the wind out of his sails and if he is not in top form it may prove ot be too much against RF…

  7. Wow, best match of the year? Even though Stan just played a marathon he will be full of confidence and has been challenged to the max. Fed, not yet. Will Stan’s conditioning pay off for him? Nail bitter on the way!

      1. Yes,wonderful match.
        Something that I expect you will find pleasing,is that the champion of all mothers,is out😎

    1. It was a big match alright, with many high quality points and rallies. Not your epic battle to replay on years to come, but a loyal one nevertheless. Good sportsmanship.
      I think it was more about Stefanos losing the match. He went too aggressively to the lines/corners on many break points especially close to the end, and missed. He has many years ahead to learn to be just a bit more patient, but I was impressed by his mental strength, attitude and tactical maturity. As for Stan, well done.

  8. I think Fed will win easily on Tuesday but I am concerned about meeting Nadal. I’m a little nervous and excited to see what happens next week. Federer is playing , both offensively and defensively up to this point but hasn’t really played anyone near Djokovic or Nadal’ s caliber yet. I think Stan will be tired and second – guessing what Federer will have in store for him. Anyways , I’m happy he won today. One match at a time.

  9. Well ,Stan certainly was the man,rock solid when he had to be.
    What a pity he is in Feds quarter and not Nadals.
    Stephanos is a great player in the making,great serve and net play.
    Quite fearless but there are a few rather unpleasant personality traits that need to be overcome.
    Certainly the best of the young ones at present.

    1. Yes, he should stop banging on his own head after making critical errors. He will need the brains operating in good condition for the rest of his life!
      Bah… even Fed destroyed quite a lot of gear when he was younger. As long as a player is respectful towards his opponent and the referees, it’s fine. As for the audience… I don’t know how the players are able to put up with certain of them. It’s as if education were a luxury asset.

      1. I was actually talking about smashing rackets ,water bottles,bad language,constantly engaging
        with his box,hitting balls into the stadium.Just a few.😊
        And even if Fed did do it when he was younger,his parents put a stop to it pretty soon.
        Compared to the likes of Kyrgios he is an angel.
        However I really didn’t like him pointing to the wrong mark on matchpoint.
        He is very young and has plenty of time to get his act together.

      2. “However I really didn’t like him pointing to the wrong mark on matchpoint.”

        No, I did think that was poor – smacked of sour grapes. Unless he did genuinely believe that was the mark, but I doubt his eyesight is that bad, at his age.

    1. Not necessarily.
      Warwinka is as strong as an ox.
      He has a day to recover.
      He and Fed know each others game inside out,but Fed has the lead in the head to head.
      I think it will be very tight indeed.
      As I said before,such a pity these two were in the same quarter of the draw.
      I certainly don’t want an exhausted Fed having to play Nadal.
      Lets hope Feds greater variety and movement can get him through in straights.

      1. Exhausted Federer? He’s been having friendly sparring matches so far and his tank is full. I mean, didn’t he just “manhandle” Mayer? Five sets won’t make a difference, should he win and should it go that far. If the QF is on Tuesday, then Fed gets two days or rest until Friday.

  10. As the match between Stan and Tsitsipas began, my only hope was that it would be a major slugfest that lasted 3 or 4 hours. This ended up being epic with the best outcome reasonably possible – 5 hours plus with the old guy winning (meaning he needs more time to recover than the young guy which bodes in Fed’s favor). Nice all around!

    1. Well, as I’ve just said above because I didn’t spot this one first, I can’t see that he could genuinely have thought that was the right mark.

      1. STs is gliding down reputation. So sad. He may not trust enough in his own brilliance. 🥺

  11. Should Federer meet Nadal (of course, there is this pesky matter of Stanislas to deal with), what do you think are his chances? Is he capable? How is Nadal playing? Scores suggest he was at a different level in Rome.

    1. The answer to your question lies in the backhand. All in the backhand. Oh, and the serve. If Fed is hitting hit spots on serve and bold with the backhand, he has a chance. Oh, and Nadal has a slightly off day.

      1. I’m not afraid of playing lefties any more, the great man said, a few weeks ago.

        Talk the talk, but can he walk the walk.

        Oh, and that pesky Stan the man stands in the way, and he knows how to beat Fed on clay.

      2. “The answer to your question lies in the backhand”. Nothing lies in Federer’s game. We know that if Rafa plays a good level of tennis (and he is playing well) he will destroy Roger, simple as that. This is Roland Garros.

      3. Yes, BUT there is a small BUT: Stan needs roughly an extra half a second to properly arm his backhand in order to make it dangerous. If Roger takes that time away from him, it won’t do as much damage. But he knows it much better than all of us added, we couch coaches!
        Let them do the hitting. We should stick to what we do well: do the nail biting.

  12. Wow Rog is in the quarters, happy and cautious at the same time. I want to dream the possibility for 2nd FO but still 3 matches to go. Stan is up next, after epic encounter against Tsitsipas, can’t help to wonder if he still have enough in his tank. Then again, both are trained by the great Paganini. Rog, you have this – stay sharp buddy.

    1. I don’t think there is a clear favourite between Stan and Roger. After all their H2H on clay is 4 : 3 to Roger but we all know who won at their last clay encounter. So I am keeping my fingers crossed!

      1. Yes,you beat me to it.I noticed those stats on clay last night.
        I think their last meeting on clay was 2015 and Stan won in straights.
        Fed is playing very well indeed,but he hasn’t been tested yet.
        Come to think of it neither have Nadal or Djoker.
        Fed is obviously the fresher but there were glimpses of Stanimal yesterday and
        confidence and adrenaline are bound to be high.
        Should be a great match.

  13. Fed will win in no more than 4 sets due to the gruel of the last match for Stan. I do love when Stan gets his mojo, caveat against Fed. Four and done. Heard here first.

  14. Unusually watched a non Fed-match, Stan vs Tsitsi…OMG. Why Stan is in Roger’s quarter? Hate that. Hope he has no mercy for the tired friend. Hasn’t been tested? Probably. But maybe better than being spent at his age. Yes, another QF at nearly 38, just amazing this old dude. Keep going!
    Great report again, Jonathan.

    1. Yes,it is a most unfortunate draw,to say the least.
      I think you make a very good point about better being not tested than spent.
      Feds progress is amazing and every match we see is precious,win or lose😊

  15. Great to see Federer going so well at RG, good to see him play
    on clay. Next match against Stan should be good, Stan I’m
    sure will be up for it as he is such a strong player. What a match
    Stan vs Tsi I’m so glad SW won because think it’s so sad to see
    such a wonderful young player (as the Greek is) pulling
    so many delaying tactics when his opponent is about to
    serve, not a good look. To the man who doesn’t muck about
    C’mon Roger be good and lucky x

    1. Yes and yes and yes and yes and yes and yes and yes and yes and yes and yes, Elizabeth! 😊❤️ And have fun and love, all

    2. Yes,agree about Stephanos.Tons of talent but the last thing tennis needs is another time wasting
      prima donna.He is very young and emotions and feelings run high,but delaying serve is deliberate and

      1. I’m encouraged by his obvious tendency to introspection, that he’ll get (hopefully soon) to a place where he decides that’s not who he wants to be on court. Kind of like we hear Fed talk about making the conscious decision, early on, to not be that guy who’s always smashing racquets.

        Kyrgios is obviously the cautionary tale, but I don’t think Stefanos is by any means locked into one path yet. (Heck, even Kyrgios isn’t ‘locked in’, though in his case it’s looking less likely he’s going to find a permanent way out…)

  16. Oh yes guys, we are still in Paris…. we are still alive and kicking 🙂
    Yep, here we go…. only 3 more to go… and we have to go through Stan, Rafa and you know… Satan….
    Still impossible and STILL DOABLE. No matter what. Till the end… all the way…. you go Goat 🙂

  17. Speaking about… you know who…. Djoko…. why is it all so quiet around him?? You could forget that he is even in the tour…. Calm before the storm?? I don’t like it…

    1. Djoker never gets the press and attention that Fed and Nadal get. To hold the trophy, Roger has to get through the three past champions. If not Roger then please make it Stan.
      Watching Sasha Fognini match, Fognini behaving well but Sasha not so much, tee-hee.

  18. Great win for the pressure for the whole match made roger so relax. Next up is his good friend stan. To be honest minus the stamina part, stan got great advantage. He can run to get the ball more than roger and i think he got a good feeling in the court because of that 5 hour match plus the booz of confidence.
    Good serve and some good volley is a must for roger, and stay away with unforced error. It’s more safe to go to rally rather than risky shot. Oh well, was we all know roger, he will keep attacking.

  19. Hello Jonathan. I finally managed to write my fan story – quicker than expected as I wanted to do it while I had fresh memories about my 2- day trip at RG. How can I send it to you with a few pictures ?  Can you send me a mail address ? Thx a lot …

  20. Struck to Khachanov vs Delpo

    Now that Federer is out, polo looks better. The one Delpo wear is a twist of Federer 2018 AO, use dark blue and patterned below the 2 diagonal lines. Why Nike..WHY?

    While our Roger become 300-millions UPS Driver 🙁

  21. Stan is dangerous even at this age and time away from top. Being fresh, Federer should come through quite easily. Not sure if the conditions favor Stan, but I think so. Still Roger should win and so would Nadal.

    1. I don’t think it will be easy. Stan is strong and super motivated, and he knows to play clay. Still I think Roger will make it again. In an epic maybe.

  22. Blooming schedulers. Jo Konta and Roger/Stan on at the same time. You know what that means? No coverage of Lenglen on ITV while Konta’s playing 🙁

  23. Can’t see the match today 🙁
    I hope Roger breaks the pattern of the last three grand slams.
    He played solid in the early rounds against mediocre players, and when he stumbled upon a real test he couldn’t raise his level.
    I’m feeling more positive about his game after this clay season.
    Even if he loses this one, Wimby is just around the corner and I believe he can make a deep run there. 🙂

    Notice that there could be a scenrio, and it’s even likely, that the four top seeds all make the semis.
    Also, the Quarters are top quality with all active champions and finalists still in the draw, and the rest of the draw is consisted of top 10 players only (Khachanov is practically a top 10 player after his win over Delpo).

    Had 5/8 in my QF predictions. Not bad.
    I’d say the top 4 seeds will play the semis, and let’s hope I’m wrong because Zverev and Nishikori will each play the match of his life… 😉

    1. Yes,you did well.
      Del Potro and Monfils let me down big time.
      Probably mad to choose Mon fils who goes from brilliant to useless.
      His standard of play in the first set was appalling,the French crowd stunned into silence.
      However Thiem was rock solid,very impressive.
      As for the Delpo/Khachanov match,one of the commies called it the battle of the sluggers but
      Khachanov moved better and slugged harder.
      I chose DelPo because of his play in Rome but but Karen has a very different style of play to Djoker.
      The quarter between him and Thiem should be good as both seem back in form.
      I like Nishlkori but don’t think he stands much chance.Ditto Sascha,but I hope I am wrong as well😊

      1. 2/2 So far.
        Let’s hope for 1/2 tomorrow, with the one missing is Novak.
        One can dream…

  24. Freshness will not decide today. Stan is strong enough to not be exhausted at this stage maybe later in SF or F.
    Federer was not challenged not because of his superb game but because of low profile opponents.
    Who will made the other work ? Rather Stan will made Federer run and make rallies longer and push him behind the bseline and hit lots of aces and winners.

    Thiése all are qualities none from Fed’s opponents so far has. It will be a new start for Fed. He will need to invent something to make Wawrinka struggle. Stan’s unique weakness right now is running because of heavy surgeries on the knee .

    Fed is not prepared to play 4 hours or more and more than 3 sets.

    And it would be not wise from Federer to go 100% for the win, knowing, next is Nadal, who does the same as Stan but better. Defeating Nadal is out of imagination.

    What can be an indication are Fed’s two losses to Thiem this year, including oi hard. Fed can dictate in first set, but this is 5 setter. First every next set will be longer and than shorter, but for Stan to prevail.

    Of course you may dream

    Wawrinka wins in 3 or 4.

  25. Stans (relative)weakness is his movement.Fed will do everything he can to exploit this,moving from side to side,,
    drop shots etc.This will either be a short but tough three setter or an almighty battle in five.
    Fed and Stan will both give there all,be sure of that.
    There will be no nonsense about not giving100% because of fear of Nadal.
    These are both Grand Slam winners,who have both beaten Nadal in slam finals.
    I expect a great match and intend to enjoy it.
    May the best man win.

    1. There is a saying “If you don’t win in 3, you lose in 5). This may apply to today’s match.

      You are right in everything, but maybe you neglect the age. Movement is a problem for Stan because of heavy knee surgery (not comparable with Fed’s).

      Both have (different) tools to dominate, while are more effective on clay.

      I would say – who can ban the other from his comfort zone, will win.

      Fed can do this with his trick shots in the middle part of the court, where he can place excellently, but Stan can pass very well.

      Yeah, both have beaten Nadal in GS finals, but not on clay. And this time (one of) both can beat Nadal in SF only, not in F.

      BTW: I know, you don’t like me to write about Thiem. I want only to remind, my wish since before RG started, was Thiem to play Fed in the final. It’s still theoretically possible. Both have hard ways to this point and there is no one in the last 8, who was to be excluded from being title contender.

  26. Here was spoken a lot about fairness (court designation, time of the match). Don’t you think, it is a bit unfair against Stan to not give him extra 2-3 hours and set them to play the second match of the day, whatever the court?.
    Of course, not only Stan had a long match, finished first yesterday. Nishikori had too. But they both play on different courts. Why not ladies first on both courts and then both men’s pairs?
    To give some extra advantage to Fed? Does he need it?

    1. Why all this speculation about giving adv to Fed? To me, the schedule is like you may this way today follow the ladies only, or the men only. And maybe the choice of court is an adv to Stan, no?

  27. I don’t particularly mind who wins this one, *provided* he’s not so gassed/crippled afterwards that he can’t play a decent match in the SF.

    1. My thoughts entirely.
      Tomorrow seems to be a bit of a washout weatherise so might mean re-scheduling.
      Mind you the scheduling so far has been poor,without the excuse of rain!

    2. Yea, understand. If Nadal wins today. But disagree nevertheless a bit. Might be a fantastic thrill with Fedal in SF….

  28. The upper half in QF is 104 and the lower – 132 years old 😉
    Upper half in SF may be 47 years old and the lower – 67.

    Does the GS world still belong to old?

  29. Oh crap… I just jinxed the love of my life… I just told my collegues that Roger hasn’t got a bagel in 11 years….
    Sorry Roger… if you do get one (today)…. blame it on me 🙂

  30. Oh great. So Rafa will be as fresh as a daisy and will get a totally gassed … whoever in the SF 🙁 2.75 hours for 3 sets 🙁

  31. Not necessarily.
    They have two days off and don’t forget Nadal was fresh as a daisy in the Australian Open final,and look what happened
    to win there.
    Really though Feds BPconversion rates-though Stan is always incredibly clutch on break points.
    This non-rain delay will allow Stan to regroup though.I Feel a five setter coming on.

    1. Oh, I’d forgotten about the 2 days off: I thought the FO was more fairly arranged than that. Clever Roger, offering (?!) to play on Day 1!

  32. So, what is the strategy to give Nadal a hellish fight? I think Nadal is happier to see Fed instead of Wawrinka, as the former has had his struggles against big hitters, on any surface. What can Fed do to stay in the mix, besides serve lights out?

    1. Roger beats Nadal (in 5 sets) for the first time in RG and advances in the final. He then schools Djokovic and lifts his 2nd Coupe de Mousquetaires in the Parisienne air. He bursts into tears and announces his retirement from tennis just a few moments later. Everybody’s literally crying, the standing ovation goes on and on and on and on…

      1. No, no. He goes on to win Wimbledon and USO and decides to play another few years. 🙂

      2. Agree with Sue, as many times before. Of course he’ll take wimby and US and WTF and a few masters

    2. The strategy should be constantly serve & volley, as long as Nadal awaits Roger’s serves 5m behind the baseline.
      Worked properly against Stan today…

    3. Check their h2h on clay against Nadal. I don’t think he cared who his opponent was, he just need to focus on his game.

    1. So right,we thought the quarters would be a great achievement and now here he is in the semis.
      Whatever happens it is good,picks up points,plenty of match practise.
      Also good to see Stan back and playing at such a high level.
      What a great match to watch,no messing about and funny stuff just so enjoyable to watch.
      Well done Fed.

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