Falstart for Maestro in the London Final Tournament – Tennis – Men



Roger Federer, winner of the title of the year's final of the tournament for the year, has started an unconvincing way to perform this year in London. Maestro lost with Kai Nishikori.

In less than an hour and a half on the pitch, Switzerland retreated to its much farther opponent with the 0: 2 sets (6: 7, 3: 6). The good news for him is that he will be able to do so in his remaining two meetings.

The first match was the dominance of the portions. There was no breakthrough in that, there was not a single breakpoint. What's more, just once resulted in a 40:40 score, which only speaks of the dominance of the initial strike.

And so logically everything was decided in the tie. Federer made his second and third draws of the fluctuations he lost, so Nishikori could lead 4: 1 and then 6: 1. And although one minivan returned and saved three matches, Maestro gave up the fourth and after 4: 7 gave a long game.

He started the second set and made the turn in the first game, but the Japanese immediately returned it and everything went on 1: 1. Federer, however, in this assembly again broke and the sixth game won Nishikori, which was fatal for his chance.

Asian match ended at 6: 3 in this part and the tournament is one victory. In the second match of Kevin Anderson, Dominic Team also beat 2: 0 sets.


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