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Another FedDay at the Monte-Carlo Country Club

Wanda Fan Stort Monte Carlo

Hi my fellow PeRFect Tennis readers, Did anyone spot me on TV/stream looking particularly gorgeous for our Fed? Or 90 year-old Sophie? Yes, I was there to witness his disappointing loss to Monfils unfortunately. I know Monte-Carlo Masters is not everyone’s liking especially for Fedfans. Monaco has never been on my bucket list as a place to visit, either. I’d …

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Monfils Prematurely Ends Federer’s Monte Carlo Campaign

Monfils Defeat Federer Monte Carlo

No missing Monte Carlo title for Federer this year as he was defeated by Gael Monfils 6-4 7-6(5) in 1 hour and 44 minutes to bow out in the third round. It’s the very beginning of the clay court season. It’s going to take me some time to feel 100 percent comfortable… Not many guys are perfect this week. But …

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Federer Breezes Past Chardy on First Clay Outing of 2015

Federer Defeats Chardy Monte Carlo 2015

No Chardy troubles here for the GOAT as he defeated the Frenchman 6-2, 6-1 in his first clay outing of 2015 at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters. The match was a far cry from their encounter in Rome last year which ended in defeat for the Swiss but here he needed just 55 minutes to book his spot in the …

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Monte Carlo Draw 2015: Federer Bids For Elusive Title in Côte d’Azur

Monte Carlo Draw 2015

Hey all, the Monte Carlo draw for 2015 has just landed and it’s a very strong field of players; which means no easy route to the final for any of the top seeds especially not Roger who’s received a tough run in. You can see his projected opponents below: Federer’s Seeded Opponents Round 1: Bye Round 2: Jeremy Chardy Round …

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Roger Federer’s Outfit for Monte Carlo, Istanbul, Madrid and Rome 2015

Roger Federer Outfit for Madrid Rome Istanbul 2015

Hey guys, here’s Roger Federer’s outfit for the pre French Open clay swing which encompasses Monte Carlo, Istanbul, Madrid and Rome. The good news is that Nike must have found the pattern to make polo shirts again as it makes a long overdue return This outfit is in a very similar style to the ones worn at the Australian Open …

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Courtside at Monte Carlo: A Fed Fans Perspective

Federer Monte Carlo Country Club

Hey all, I’m back blogging after a short trip away and with Madrid still 7 days away I’ve been struggling for blog post ideas to fill the void. Luckily when I got back I had an email from Wanda in my inbox with a great recap of Monte Carlo. It’s always great to get courtside reports from fans who have …

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Wawrinka Defeats Federer to Win Monte Carlo

Federer Wawrinka Final

Not the fairytale end Fed fans wanted as Wawrinka cemented his place as the Swiss Number 1 with a convincing 4-6 7-6(5) 6-2 victory at the Monte Carlo Masters. I expected Fed to win this one comfortably but in a subdued final he made too many errors and looked flat throughout. Stan took full advantage and hit some meaty blows …

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Federer Sets Up All Swiss Final in Monte Carlo

Federer defeat Djokovic Monte Carlo

Boom! Big win here for the GOAT as he took down Djokovic 7-5 6-2 to setup an all Swiss Final in Monte Carlo. I wasn’t sure what to expect going in and even though Djokovic faded badly in the second set with some sort of wrist injury he lost to the better player on the day. The press are going …

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Federer Wins 950th Career Match; Defeats Tsonga in Monte Carlo

Federer defeat Tsonga Monte Carlo

Big test of Federer’s resolve here as he came from a set to defeat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 2-6, 7-6(6), 6-1 to make the semi finals in Monte Carlo. For a while out there it looked like a French Open 2013 flashback but Roger hung tough, didn’t get too frustrated with missed chances and eventually served his way across the line. It …

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Federer Rallies Past Rosol into Monte Carlo Quarter Final

Federe Monte Carlo Defeat Rosol

Another day in Monte Carlo and another sub 60 minute match for the GOAT as he saw off Lukas Rosol 6-4 6-1 in 57 minutes. It wasn’t as clinical as the performance against Stepanek but once Federer got into the groove midway through the first set he pulled away; winning 91 per cent of his first serve points and hitting …

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