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Roger Federer New Masters Cup Winning

Written by Gaby Varji   
Tuesday, 06 November 2012 21:57

2012 Roger Federer TitlesRoger Federer today signed its forty victory in the Masters Cup, more than any other man in history, surpassing a cosmetic exercise in style in the O2 Arena in London to Janko Tipsarevic 6-3 6-1 in one hour and eight minutes. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

Federer, six-time champion of the tournament that pits the top eight players of the moment, Tipsarevic has an old acquaintance who has won all six times that have been challenged on a track, five of them without dropping a set .

Roger Federer still remembers the four hours that kept him on the concrete Tipsarevic of Australia in 2008, so never confident before the Serbian, but in recent years seems to have caught the pulse of a rival who got out of the Masters 1000 Madrid with a 6-2 and 6-3 in their last meeting, in May.

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On the blue surface of the O2 Arena in London, the world number two showed this afternoon from the first exchanges that it intends to claim his seventh Masters Cup, and the first game was blank when nearly 15,000 attending the meeting were still settling into their seats.

Federer, slim and trim its 31 years, exuded inspiration on the blue sign and throwing balls appealed not only to the service, but flaunted his virtuosity to rest and he pulled no punches that the Serb sensed until the ball had been already out of reach.

When Federer double-faulted in the third game, lamented the public disbelief was the first time this afternoon when Federer made a mistake in a game otherwise perfect appearance.

Not surprisingly, the world number one until Monday, when Novak Djokovic walked past him in the ATP ranking, reaches the end of this season with six titles in his pocket, including his seventh Wimbledon and three Masters 1000 (Cincinnati, Indian Wells and Madrid).

Halfway through the first set, Federer had to Tipsarevic cornered with long balls and poisoned, and did not permit a change in the script that had drawn in advance for the match.

If the Serb dared to rebel at some point, going to the net, Federer invariably responded by raising or crossing the ball and forced his opponent to back slouched toward the bottom of the track, a point closer to defeat.

However, Tipsarevic is a steely-minded player and held her own at the start of a second set in which resisted almost twenty minutes without dropping his serve.

Once broken, however, the Swiss, who did not have in mind anything but victory this afternoon, the party firmly closed fastest of the three that have been played so far in the tournament, which takes place for the fourth time in the British capital.

The Swiss, who has already surpassed last season's record in London Czech Ivan Lendl and Pete Sampras, both with five Masters Cups, surpassed today one of the few brands that had left to beat in the competition, the 39 victories I shared until now with Lendl.

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