Federer bat Monfils en 8es de finale du tournoi de Madrid — Tennis

10 Mai, 2019, 08:50 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • Roger Federer s'en est sorti de justesse jeudi

Jeudi, le géant suisse a dominé en trois sets le Français Gaël Monfils en huitièmes de finale du tournoi de Madrid (0-6, 6-4, 6-6, 6-3 au tie-break).

Ce match fou, a livré son lot de stats toutes aussi folles.

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Pour l'instant, Roger Federer réussit son retour sur terre battue. Pour la petite histoire, le Suisse a remporté sa 1200e victoire sur le circuit, rien que ça.! Le dernier en date, c'était à Hambourg en 2007, contre un certain Rafael Nadal.

Après un premier acte perdu en seulement 18 minutes, Monfils a bousculé Federer dans les deux derniers sets, et s'est même procuré deux balles de match à 6-5 dans le troisième, sur le service du n°3 mondial, en vain.

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