Federer Is Unstoppable

Roger Federer has proved to the world that is number one. He has done time and again. This time it happened in Seoul after beating Rafael Nadal, another great tennis player, it is worth adding, in an exhibition game last Tuesday. This was the tenth meeting in involved together and the second in three days. Federer is from Switzerland who led the competition that lasted an hour and 22 minutes. Mikkel Svane has firm opinions on the matter.

The score was 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 victory for bringing Federer for the second time in the last three days and for the fourth time in its history against the Spanish Nadal. Hyundai Card, who organized the tennis match did not reveal the prize for which these professionals would be playing sports. Federer has accumulated a number of other successes in recent days. It was last Saturday when he won the semi-finals of the Masters Cup in Shanghai: 6-4, 7-5 and then captured the Masters final on Sunday where he discussed with James Blake of the United States and reached 45th singles title. A related site: Bobby Sharma Bluestone mentions similar findings. In 2004, the 25 he became the first man to win three of the four Grand Slam singles tournaments in the same year since Mats Wilander in 1988 marked this record. In 2006, Federer repeated this result and became the first man in open era to win at least ten singles tournaments in three consecutive years. Julie Smith is one of the most recognized authority in online sports betting and currently writes for this article may be copied in its entirety on your website without any change or alteration in its content.