After a bad season in 2011, Roger Federer looking forward to the 2012 season with great enthusiasm. He had already square off better achievement, including a grand slam champion again so. The last time Federer managed to walk off grand slam title was when winning the Australian Open in January 2010 ago.
Roger Federer successfully defended the title after the ATP World Tour Finals frustrate the opposition Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. FedEx won the match three sets 6-3, 6-7, 5-3. Match the final game at the O2 Arena on Monday (28/11) This is the final pm dawn to-100 for Federer. In the first set he managed to lead 6-3.
One of the most popular tennis events in the world got underway today. The US Open kicked off in New York City despite the fact that Hurricane Irene dropped inches of rain on the east coast.
The world number three, come with confidence to the British capital, after reaching the final at Roland Garros and despite missing the Halle tournament in Germany, where it has traditionally prepared the big annual event on grass.
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Federer dismissed his retirement from tennis.
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The Swiss, however, prefers the grass of the second week because it slips less.
The Swiss did not affect him too much defeat at Roland Garros and said he is ready to win in “The Cathedral”