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Nadal defeats Federer in Mubadala 3rd Place Playoff

Nadal-defeats-Federer-in-Abu-Dhabi

So Nadal beat Federer in the 3rd place playoff in the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi. There’s actually very little to report on this match, I was quite disappointed it didn’t go to 3 sets as in the second, Roger found some rhythm and started to play quite well. The first set was awful and Federer started where ... Read More »

Djokovic downs Federer in Abu Dhabi Exhibition

Federer-loses-to-Djokovic-in-Abu-Dhabi-Exhibition

Well it’s been a while since we last saw Federer play, since his World Tour Finals Victory in fact, but I have to say I wasn’t looking forward to this match in the slightest and it was justified from the performance and result. It was a pretty boring match, Djokovic struck the ball very cleanly, whereas Fed made tons of ... Read More »

An Early Christmas Present for Fed Fans

Federer & Basel Ball Boys

This has just been uploaded by one of the best Fed video producers around – 1893stuttgartschwabe. It’s titled Roger Federer the Greatest and is an awesome piece of work. Make sure you subsribe to his channel. Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year to everyone who reads my blog! Read More »

Roger Federer’s Best Points of 2011

Federer best points of 2011

Just found a great compilation of Roger’s best points in 2011 put together by the Naiman009 on Youtube – he has lots of great tennis videos, so please subscribe to his channel. Update: This video is no longer available. Please check out the videos section on the blog. There’s some real classic points in here, that lob against Berdych is ... Read More »

Federer’s Outfit for the Australian Open 2012

Federer Clothing Australian Open 2012

I’ve just seen some early pictures of Roger’s outfit for the Australian Open which starts on 16th January 2012. I’m not sure these are nailed on to be the clothing he’s in when he potentially lifts slam number 17, but I reckon it’s likely (on both counts). Historically he’s worn many shades of blue at the Australian, and seen as ... Read More »