Nach einem deutlichen Zweisatzsieg gegen den Südafrikaner Kevin Anderson steht Altmeister Roger Federer im Halbfinale des ATP-Turniers. Roger Federers Viertelfinal-Gegner Kevin Anderson hat in Miami sein Comeback gegeben. Ein bislang sehr gutes. Roger Federer ist der beste noch verbliebene Spieler in Miami. Mit Kevin Anderson kann er seinen auf dem Papier härtesten Konkurrenten.
Tennis-Federer, Anderson advance to fourth round in MiamiRoger Federer ist der beste noch verbliebene Spieler in Miami. Mit Kevin Anderson kann er seinen auf dem Papier härtesten Konkurrenten. Roger Federers Viertelfinal-Gegner Kevin Anderson hat in Miami sein Comeback gegeben. Ein bislang sehr gutes. Roger Federer freut sich an den ATP Finals auf die Revanche für die Niederlage in Wimbledon gegen Kevin Anderson. Die Ausgangslage ist.
Federer Anderson CANADIAN TENNIS ON THE RISE VideoWimbledon 2018 Highlights: Federer stunned by Anderson in 5 sets - ESPN Zwei Matchbälle für Anderson nach einem Vorhand-Winner. Und dann folgt der Vorhand-Winner des Südafrikaners. Kevin Anderson schlägt Roger Federer in. Erleben Sie das Tennis-Spiel zwischen Kevin Anderson und Roger Federer im LIVE-Scoring bei thechamberofcom.com Das Spiel beginnt am 29 März um Roger Federers Viertelfinal-Gegner Kevin Anderson hat in Miami sein Comeback gegeben. Ein bislang sehr gutes. Roger Federer schlägt Kevin Anderson im Miami-Viertelfinal mit und Der Schweizer zeigt lange Zeit nahezu perfektes Tennis.
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But Anderson found some fight and broke the veteran superstar before going on to take a shock lead. Federer levelled it up at then broke Anderson after yet another marathon service game.
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Save Log in , register or subscribe to save articles for later. ATP Tour. It was one of those days when, in the waning moments when it really counted, he was unable to put together one of those breathtaking blasts of genius that breaks down even the gamest of opponents.
In the coming days and weeks there's bound to be a great deal of speculation about what this means for Federer in the long term.
There certainly was a ragged quality to parts of his game in the late stages, as he struggled to keep both an unruly forehand and his backhand in line.
Ah, there's that magic number, and that issue that will hang over Federer's head until the day he decides to call it quits. Some, as eager to identify the moment a champion fails as the moment he first triumphs, may say this could be the beginning of the end.
It certainly was a big lead he let slip, the first match he lost in five sets after winning the first two since Novak Djokovic came back to eliminate him in the U.
Open semis of But this was a quarterfinal at a Wimbledon where Federer had literally ripped through four previous matches.
And Anderson is a lean and sinewy ball punisher, a year-old who has worked tirelessly and more or less anonymously to become a Top 10 staple.
No shame in losing to a player in that group by any score or number of sets on Wimbledon grass. I have no idea. Of course the goal is to come back here next year.
I'm all right. I'm just disappointed now. It's probably a good sign for those hoping to see Federer gambol across these lawns again that he admits that the infrequent losses hurt more as time goes on, "It motivates me to do extremely well because I don't want to sit here and explain my loss.
Completely on-topic: wow! Huh, less true where? If you picked out a people named Frances I bet 0 of them are male. Or 1 if Tiafoe was in the lineup.
Hope he can pull it off. Matches have worked out quite well, test early to get used to conditions and from there he has played efficient as poss.
That was a glorious match to watch. It was on in the morning here for me but I still was too nervous to watch it live.
When I get really nervous I only watch matches later after I confirm Roger has already won! The Bagel in the first set also made me nervous because if Roger let down and had lost in 3 it would be somewhat worse to win the first set to easily only to lose the match… convoluted thinking I know.
Haha I could never watch a match in full when I know the result. Jon, you were spot on as always! Kevin played poorly in the first, with a terrible first serve percentage and many unforced errors.
Roger played great, but only 38 percent first served. As you noted, in the second set Kevin served much better, hit his ground strokes quite well and did not give up easy points.
Plus he stopped slicing his backhand returns and helped Kevin get into a baseline groove. Roger changed his return strategy, but even then it was almost too late.
He needed six break chances in game nine. I felt that if Kevin had held in that game, he was more likely to win the second set than Roger. The third set would have been tight, almost a repeat of Wimbledon was in the offing!
As Roger said, margins are tight, and even though he is playing better than ever before, the opposition has caught up finally!
Would really have hated him to lose in 3 after that first-set bagel. Hm did Anderson play badly in the first set? He was under huge pressure from basically the first point.
Sweating buckets and breathing hard after 2 games. Agree with the rest. Although playing better than ever before? They say it about all the greats, Oh Ronnie must be playing better now than he ever has.
Loved the match and Roger played much better than I expected him to. He has to be wary of Denis S though. He has nothing to lose. And his break point convesion rate has not been great in I can see Denis taking a set.
But looking forward to the Fed-Isner final ;p. On the contrary, if you look at the stats from Krajinovic match onwards Fed has been much stingier with UFEs.
Consistency won him the match v Medvedev and last night. He has adapted beautifully to this court and it has showed. Shapovalov is one of two Canadian teenagers in the semis, with year-old Felix Auger-Aliassime to play defending champion John Isner in the daytime, before Federer and Shapovalov face off under lights.
They are not just young, but they are very good, as well.Roger Federer might make a mistake later this week at the Miami Open presented by Itau, but he hardly did on Thursday night against Kevin Anderson.. The three-time Miami champion had everything on full display during his , rout against the sixth seed and looks like the man to beat heading into the final weekend of the ATP Masters tournament. 3/29/ · Anderson K. Federer R. live score (and video online live stream*) starts on at UTC time in Miami, USA - ATP. Here on SofaScore livescore you can find all Anderson K. vs Federer R. previous results sorted by their H2H matches. Links to Anderson K. vs. Federer R. video highlights are collected in the Media tab for the most. Roger Federer ne s'est incliné qu'une seule fois en cinq confrontations face à Kevin Anderson: c'était cette année, au 3ème tour de Wimbledon (, , , , ). ANDERSON EN TÊTE.