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Monday, January 29, 2007

2007 australian open - mens final

At this point, what does one even say about Roger Federer?

Via The New York Times -
At least there is history for Roger Federer to play against, because for the moment, no man is much of a match. Fernando González gave it all he had, or at least all he had left, in the final Sunday at the Australian Open. With his forehand working and Federer’s slightly off target, the Chilean even managed to serve for the opening set.

But despite all the Latin emotion in motion, the coolest head in tennis once again ruled the evening as Federer defended his title in Melbourne and won his 10th Grand Slam singles title with a 7-6 (2), 6-4, 6-4 victory.

If Federer’s opponents hoped that all his success in the past three seasons would leave him feeling sated, his performance here in the year’s first Grand Slam event was an unmistakable signal that he remains eager and excellent.

For the first time in his groundbreaking career, Federer swept through a Grand Slam tournament without dropping a set, and the only set points he faced were the two he saved in the first set against González.


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