Federer Changed History

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Perhaps a good birthday present, smiles the Swiss Roger Federer after winning 7-6, 6-3, 3-6 and 7-6 to Serbian Novak Djokovic, the invincible tennis, owner of 43 consecutive victories, 41 in 2011, on the day that Rafael Nadal celebrates his 25 years. In Federer began and ended everything. He was the last in lying to Serbian in 2010. The first to achieve that you lean in 2011. His victory, brilliant by stage, the opponent and the ways, classifies him for his first big final since the open of Australia 2010; It is left to Serbian no match the best start of course of history (42 victories followed by John McEnroe in 1984); closes a streak of three consecutive defeats against Nole; and it vindicates the validity of his tennis, activated by the challenge, a spur in his pride of champion of legend. Source of the news:: Federer changes history.