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Dominic Thiem believes Roger Federer can be very ... would be on six or seven French Open titles. That was his only problem, I would say. He’s playing amazing tennis again. He won Dubai, finals Indian Wells, he won Miami. He just has to adjust on the ...
The Madrid Masters is currently scheduled to be Federer’s only warm-up event before the ... “He’s been playing some great tennis. Dubai, Indian Wells, Miami, he’s won two out of three, played the final in Indian Wells, [which is] as good as it ...
For an NFL stadium, it will be a different kind of Sunday showdown: Roger Federer against John Isner. Both won Friday and advanced to the final of the Miami Open, which moved this year to the Dolphins’ complex in Miami Gardens from its longtime Key ...
Roger Federer became tennis' first repeat champion of 2019 when he won his 101st career title Sunday by beating defending champion John Isner in the Miami Open final 6-1, 6-4. Five years after leaving tennis as a burned-out teen prodigy and three years ...
Now 37, Federer became tennis’ first repeat champion of 2019 when he won his 101st career title Sunday by beating a hobbled John Isner in the Miami Open final, 6-1, 6-4. Federer neutralized ...
... the semifinals of the Miami Open, the Canadian youngsters Felix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov achieved something that Roger Federer and John Isner never managed. Federer, for all his obvious and precocious tennis talents, never made it to this ...
Roger Federer knew he had things going his way at the Miami Open when he hit three shots off his frame during a wild 17-stroke exchange and still won the point because Filip Krajinovic dumped a half volley into the net. Krajinovic quickly grabbed the ball ...
Now 37, Federer became tennis' first repeat champion of 2019 when he won his 101st career title Sunday by beating a hobbled John Isner in the Miami Open final, 6-1, 6-4. Federer neutralized Isner's big serve and won 32 of 35 points on his own serve.
Roger Federer became tennis' first repeat champion of 2019 when he won his 101st career title Sunday by beating defending champion John Isner 6-1, 6-4 in the Miami Open final in Miami Gardens ...
No matter how smooth and imperious Roger Federer looked in the Miami Open final, whipping winners seemingly on ... even if the reminders of how challenging it is for tennis champions to endure and prosper were right there in front of him again on Sunday.