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Federer Sweeps Aside Zverev to Make Semi Finals in Melbourne

Federer Zverev Australian Open 2017

A 13th Australian Open semi-final appearance for Roger Federer looms large as he defeated Mischa Zverev 6-1 7-5 6-2 in 1 hour and 32 minutes in today’s Quarter Final. The win sees the Swiss record his 85th match victory in Melbourne, and he’ll next face Stan Wawrinka who comfortably defeated Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets. Quick Match Recap Zverev won …

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Brilliant Federer Sees Off Nishikori at Australian Open

Federer Nishikori Australian Open 2017

Whoop! A Huge win here for the undisputed King of Tennis as he took out Kei Nishikori in a swashbuckling 5 set win, coming through 6-7(4) 6-4 6-1 4-6 6-3 to book his spot in the Quarter Final. The Swiss, in just his fourth competitive match of the year after six months out, showed off his magnificent shot-making and brilliant …

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Federer Blitzes Berdych To Make Last 16 in Melbourne

Federer Berdych Aus Open 2017

A hugely impressive win for the GOAT here as he took out Tomas Berdych for the loss of just ten games, winning 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 in a mere 90 minutes. Roger hadn’t impressed at all in his two previous rounds but produced a bit of a masterclass to dominate the encounter and win through without having to face a single …

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Federer Defeats Rubin To Make Round 3 at Australian Open

Federer vs. Rubin Australian Open

Another win for the Swiss Maestro in Melbourne as he booked his spot in the third round with a 7-5 6-3 7-6(3) win over American Noah Rubin. I expected a routine win here but Rubin pushed Federer all the way and can count himself unlucky for not extending the match to at least four sets. The qualifier who came through …

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Federer Overcomes Melzer in Melbourne

Federer Melzer Australian Open 2017

A winning return to competitive play for Roger Federer as he overcame qualifier Jurgen Melzer 7-5 3-6 6-2 6-2 at the Australian Open. Not the simplest of matches for the four-time champion but he fought off the ring rust to book his spot in the second round after 2 hours and 5 minutes on the Rod Laver Arena court. He’ll …

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Australian Open Draw 2017 – Federer To Face Qualifier in Round 1

Australian Open Draw 2017

Hey guys, the Australian Open Draw for 2017 has landed and from Federer’s perspective it’s as good as it gets. You can see his projected opponents below: Round 1: Jurgen Melzer Round 2: Bjorn Fratangelo / Noah Rubin Round 3: Tomas Berdych Round 4: Kei Nishikori Quarter Final: Andy Murray Semi Final: Stan Wawrinka Final: Novak Djokovic Full printable PDF Draw Thoughts on …

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Roger Federer’s Outfit For The Australian Open 2017

Roger Federer Australian Open Outfit 2017

Here is Roger Federer’s Outfit for the Australian Open 2017. It’s his first official tournament back since Wimbledon, and he’ll be taking to the court in this Nike Advantage Henley styled shirt. I’m not entirely sure when the Stadium Green will make an appearance, it could be a night session ensemble or for later in the year but I’m posting …

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Our Hearts Might Be Broken… But I Know We Will Survive…

Alex Poem Wimbledon 2016

Every Federer match is a real emotional roller coaster for me. Whether I am alone or with family or friends, at home or at work, I shout, I fist pump, I cry and I laugh without restraint. I am totally and completely into it that when he wins I am euphoric and when he loses… well, I become a real …

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Fan Story: Wimbledon 2016 — Expensive But Worth Every Penny

My first visit to Wimbledon was in 2008, back then I lack $$ but had stamina to queue for more than 4 hours to get into the AELTC. It was a nice experience talking to strangers in queue and discussing about their favourite players. I was in awe of the entire atmosphere, beautiful green grass and big crowd at almost …

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Raonic Ends Federer’s Wimbledon Run

Federer Wimbledon Semi Final 2016

Bit of an upset here as Milos Raonic took out Roger 6-3, 6-7(3), 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 in three hours and 24 minutes to make his first ever Grand Slam Final. Roger was the bookies favourite pre match and after a poor start it looked he’d justified his odds as he moved 2 sets to 1 in front and was the …

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