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Roland Garros SF : Djokovic def. Federer 6-4 7-5 6-3

Slightly strange match, some good moments, some tripe. Fed shanking some backhands big time and up a double break in the 2nd.

Djokovic was just less average and didn't make too many unforced errors. At least a different finalist now.

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Re: Roland Garros SF : Djokovic def. Federer 6-4 7-5 6-3



The court strangely played fast paced. No doubt Toni's tricks again, but not even his wind machine can stop Simon Reed. Take the title Nole.

Hoping for a nice windy terrain on Sunday though.

Bad from Federer. He handled the wind very well in Indian Wells. Maybe he's having Rafa nightmares.
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Re: Roland Garros SF : Djokovic def. Federer 6-4 7-5 6-3

Let down par excellence.

Sloppy stuff from both players for much of those first two sets. Then Djokovic steadied things to get his game up to a B. Meanwhile, Federer just kept playing like his 2002 self. Talent there for all to see, but poor decision-making as well.
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Re: Roland Garros SF : Djokovic def. Federer 6-4 7-5 6-3

Losserer :\
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Awful from Federer.

Worst in 12 months.

Nicely timed Roger, another Olympics coming up and you get worse than shit.
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beat down. Roger did not want to face Nadal

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Re: Roland Garros SF : Djokovic def. Federer 6-4 7-5 6-3

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Re: Roland Garros SF : Djokovic def. Federer 6-4 7-5 6-3

Great job Nole! 1st RG final, congrats.
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Re: Roland Garros SF : Djokovic def. Federer 6-4 7-5 6-3

I'm not gonna troll for once and will be classy.

Great match by both, best match up in tennis . Fed making bit too many errors but Novak also played great defence.

Good luck at Wimbledon Fed and what can you tell to King Nole but- bravoooooo

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Federer routined.

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Abysmal RG from Roger. But congrat to Nole and his fans, I'm sure this will be a great final.
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Re: Roland Garros SF : Djokovic def. Federer 6-4 7-5 6-3

Federer's forehand was terrible, never found timing on fh and serve.

Djokovic was quite bad himself at times, he will be destroyed by Rafa in these conditions.

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