Roger Federer Rafael Nadal – Episode 40
Roger Federer Rafael Nadal
The two legends, GOATs 🐐🐐, all-overcoming champions – call them what you will – played the manner in which that no one but they can, and just can against one another, for three hours and two minutes until Federer advanced into the last 7-6 (3), 1-6, 6-3, 6-4.
With two legends like these, it is difficult to re-think both of them. Not for them the ‘that’s-functioning admirably I’ll-continue doing-that’ strategy; these two can turn a match on its head in a nanosecond. In the subsequent set, Nadal had made equivocal move to kill Federer’s serve (he was standing further back on his profits), in the third set, Federer removed the pattern from his old enemy, winning the lung-blasting encourages from the back.
|R. Nadal||R. Federer|
|First Serve % In||81/127 (64%)||79/116 (68%)|
|Win % On 1st Serve||60/81 (74%)||58/79 (73%)|
|Win % On 2nd Serve||22/46 (48%)||23/37 (62%)|
|Net Points Won||6/11 (55%)||25/33 (76%)|
|Break Points Won||2/8 (25%)||2/10 (20%)|
|Receiving Points Won||35/116 (30%)||45/127 (35%)|
|Total Points Won||117||126|
|Distance Covered||2994.0 m||3046.8 m|
|Distance Covered/pt.||12.3 m||12.5 m|
At 37 years of age, Federer was through to his 31st Grand Slam final and his 12th at the All England Club. There he will find Novak Djokovic standing between him and a ninth title in a repeat of the finals of 2014 and 2015 – both of which the Serb won. Roll on Sunday.
ALL THE BEST ROGER FEDERER, FORZA ROGER!!!💪🎾
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