Tennis Superstar Roger Federer may hope to place in the semi-finals at ATP World Endals. The Swiss defeated Dominique Thame of Austria 6-2, 6-3 on Tuesday night in London to make up for his defeat on Sunday. After two smooth success, 20 times the Grand Slam winner and winning final record on Thursday in the final team game against Kevin Anderson still gets a chance to progress along the way.
Unlike Sunday Federer showed steady and strong from the base this time. With early breaks he quickly settled in two groups of life, and then left the Austrians no chance. Federer, who has already won the year-end tournament six times, is on the hunt for victory in his 100th tournament. "It feels good, I'm very happy, I showed a reaction after the last game," said the 37-year-old after his victory. "I like to play here," the veteran added.
Among fans well-filled O2 Arena "Fedex" is my absolute darling. At the beginning of the game, some 20,000 spectators cheered loudly in his conversations and singing. The Swiss felt relieved after her victory, threw his film to the audience and smiled. His defeat was sealed after two match games.
Anderson had previously defeated Kay Nishikori of Japan with 6: 0, 6: 1, thus celebrating his second victory. The Austrian Sea has after the second defeat only a small chance to advance. Federer, Anderson and Nishikori are potential semifinal rivals of Alexander Zverev, who started with a victory in London. The 21-year-old German will meet Primus Novak Djokovic on Wednesday (3 pm / Sky).