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Federer Suffers Tough Defeat in Brisbane Final

Hewitt Defeats Federer

Well so much for revenge for Halle in 2010 huh? As a wise man once said, Roger Blewitt and he most certainly did losing to one of his old rivals 6-1 4-6 6-3 in just over 2 hours. I never saw this one coming in a million years as I thought Hewitt was a washed up former champion with his ... Read More »

Federer Tussles Past Chardy to Make Brisbane Final

Federer defeats Chardy Brisbane

So Roger’s into his first final of the year coming through a tough battle with Jeremy Chardy 6-3 6-7(3) 6-3 and he’ll now face his old rival Lleyton Hewitt for a shot at the title. It wasn’t a vintage performance, or matching his almost untouchable level of the previous 2 matches against Nieminen and Matosevic but it was job done ... Read More »

Federer Routines Matosevic in Brisbane to Make Semi Finals

Federer vs. Matosevic Brisbane 2014

Well it doesn’t get any easier than that does it? 6-1 6-1 in just 57 minutes as Roger made serene progress into the semi finals where he’ll face Frenchman Jeremy Chardy. I perhaps gave Matosevic too much credit in my pre match prediction of 6-4 6-2 as he completely failed to turn up today and was simply outclassed. Whether it ... Read More »

Federer Kicks Off 2014 with Win in Brisbane

Federer defeats Nieminen Brisbane 2014

Happy New Year! And with it we get straight back into tennis with Roger making a winning start at the Brisbane International defeating Jarkko Nieminen 6-4 6-2 to move into Friday’s Quarter Final. Having not seen Fed play since the World Tour Final loss to Nadal I had no idea of what to expect of him or the new racquet ... Read More »

Brisbane International Draw 2014; Federer Announces Schedule

Brisbane Draw 2014

Hey all, 2 bits of news today as the Brisbane International draw came out and Federer also revealed his schedule for the 2014 season. As well as those 2 announcements he’s already arrived in Brisbane, done some media commitments, had a hit at the Pat Rafter Arena and looked after a Koala Bear called Tinkerbell. First up the draw, this ... Read More »

Federer Dumped Out in Gstaad; Hits Rock Bottom

Federer Loses in Gstaad vs. Brands

More tough news for Fed fans as Roger crashed out in his opening match in Gstaad losing to Daniel Brands in straight sets 6-3 6-4. Not completely unexpected as Brands is a tricky opponent but this was another uninspiring performance from Roger and begs the question is he at rock bottom right now? It’s certainly close! He looked flat throughout ... Read More »

Hamburg 2013 – Testing Draw for Federer

Federer Hamburg Draw

Hey guys, the draw for the German Open Tennis Championships in Hamburg is out and it’s a really strong field which will give Federer a very stern test if he’s to win the title here. As you can see from the list of seeded players below this isn’t a mickey mouse field and there’s some very accomplished clay court players ... Read More »

Federer Announces He’s Playing Hamburg and Gstaad

Federer Hamburg

Hey guys, as I’m sure you are all aware Roger announced on Facebook, Twitter and on his website that he’s added both Gstaad and Hamburg to his schedule after crashing out of Wimbledon in the second round. I was quite surprised when I first heard it as both tournaments are on clay courts which is of course Roger’s least favourite ... Read More »

Halle Recap: Federer Wins First Title of 2013

Federer Wins 6th Halle Title

Hey guys, I’m back from a long weekend in Halle where I got to see Roger win his first title of 2013 and win his 6th Gery Weber Open crown which was awesome to watch live. This has obviously meant the blog has suffered in terms of updates for the last few days but now I’m now back on UK ... Read More »

Federer Starts with Win in Halle

Federer defeats Stebe

Hey guys, Roger’s singles campaign got underway today after he crashed out of the doubles on Monday with Haas and he started with a comfortable 6-3 6-3 against German Cedrik-Marcel Stebe. It wasn’t exactly a vintage performance from Roger but he got the job done and despite dropping serve in the first set when serving it out there weren’t too ... Read More »