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Final in London

26.11.2011 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger has reached the finals of the World Tour Finals in London after a 7-5, 6-3 win over David Ferrer today - his 100th final on the ATP Tour!

It was a tight opening, because both players were producing strong service holds. Ferrer even had a glimpse of a chance at 4-5 in the opening set when Roger eventually held serve after five deuces. After one hour, Roger took the chance to win the first set. In the second set, our champ broke the fifth-seeded Ferrer twice, converting his second match point with a forehand winner after one hour and 25 minutes.

This victory also meant that Roger will end the year as world number 3, moving back above Andy Murray. Roger will either face Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or Tomas Berdych in tomorrow's final.

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11/27/2011 | 08:32 PM
I am sure Fed will do it Tsonga will loose his power
11/27/2011 | 08:32 PM
We keep support and Tsonga is playing amazing
11/27/2011 | 08:30 PM
We have to support whether he win or loose
11/27/2011 | 08:30 PM
6-1 Tsonga honestly no wait ill be realistic. Federer will lose the match though
11/27/2011 | 08:30 PM
fed should have won in two, third set is anybody's
11/27/2011 | 08:29 PM
ERROR cant rally can you?
11/27/2011 | 08:29 PM
I am sure
11/27/2011 | 08:29 PM
He will do it
11/27/2011 | 08:26 PM
5-2 in the breaker and loses
11/27/2011 | 08:25 PM
Erm no freedom of speech; I'm sorry but he has a history of blowing matches when he loses a tight set; Tsonga has more heart