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WWW London Group stage: Federer against Tsonga

In Paris Fed won 6-1, 7-6. Here this match can be closer, for sure

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Roger will win in 2, I think.

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I think Roger will be on a mission in London. Fed in 2.

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Upset time, Tsonga in 2.

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Tsonga in 2.

No way will he start as bad as he did in Paris and I think he'll take his chances better here.

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I hope and expect Fed will take this one for himself, but very close, something like 75 75.

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It would be funny to see Kinder Bueno eating a piece of goat cheese in London...like he did in Wimbly...
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Routine win for Fed.

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Surface is definitely faster than in Paris so Tsonga will have a better chance.
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7th meeting this season. How crazy is that considering they've only had 3 meetings in all those years before?

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Considering his recent form, Federer in 2 relatively easy sets.
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Surface is definitely faster than in Paris so Tsonga will have a better chance.
I'm not sure it will be faster at all. Hasn't the WTF been low bouncing medium/slow these last years? But in either case I doubt it will matter much. Fed is as aggressive as Tsonga in this matchup.

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I'm not sure it will be faster at all. Hasn't the WTF been low bouncing medium/slow these last years? But in either case I doubt it will matter much. Fed is as aggressive as Tsonga in this matchup.
I'm not sure if it's actually faster, I think Fed said it was comparatively faster, when compared to last year's big difference between Paris and the WTF. Who knows what the court's though, they have to build it in such a short space of time.


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Fed-Tsonga was the last ATP tour singles match and is also the very next one. Wonder if that's happened before. I guess Verdasco-Raonic had a similar deal earlier this year, but surely there were other matches played in between.

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Fed in 2 average sets, 6-4, 6-4

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