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Federer wins a spectacular match

Roger Federer achieved with a three-set victory against the qualifier Daniel Evans of the 3. Round of the Australian Open.

He had to against the Englishman, after a doping only in the number 189 of the world barrier rank list, however, fight hard, before the 7:6 (7:5), 7:6 (7:3), 6:3-was victory after 2:35 hours in the Dry. Federer could have the day with temperatures just over 20 degrees easier, if he would not have helped his chances a little more consistent.

In the first set, he came at the 6:5 single break ball, a set ball. Evans, who played at all excellent, fought him off, but with a perfect Serve-and-Volley. in the Tiebreak both an effort to win points on serve, as expressed then, but in the end, the Swiss kept his nerve.

With reverse hand-pass the ball to the compensation

In the second double Federer with the first Break at 1:0 after. In 5:3 he, in turn, had two set balls, the Evans foiled. And as the 37-year-old Basler hit to the 2:0 Set lead, managed the Englishman with a back hand pass the ball instead of the balance to 5:5. In the Tiebreak, Federer was then, but from the beginning of the oppressor, and was even crucial in leadership.

The third round was after an early Break at 3:1 is a clear thing.

In the 3. Round meets Federer on the number 30 set, French Gaël Monfils, or the tall American Taylor Fritz (ATP, 50). (dho/sda)

Created: 16.01.2019, 07:57 PM

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