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Federer would Murray and Soderling - Ferrer 

Federer would Murray and Soderling - Ferrer


Switzerland's Roger Federer beat Andy Murray of 6:4, 6:2 in Group C match of the season the last tournament of ATP in London. Second-seeded Swiss record a second consecutive clean victory and took sole first position with 2 points.

In the other match of group Swede Robin Soderling had a 7:5, 7:5 over Spaniard David Ferrer and catch up with Murray in the 2-th place.

Although today's results, however, and four players in the group have a chance to sneak in the semifinals at different coincidence. Fourth-seeded Swede serve samples of his Spanish rival in the final game of both sets to win the same way, with 7:5. The Swede also serve samples of Ferrer and 4:2 in the second set, but Ferrer him back and reduced to 5:4.

Soderling lost the first game of Murray, but now his forthcoming meeting with Roger Federer and if successful will qualify. Ferrer also has a chance - it is important to win 2:0 against Murray and Federer is hoping to beat Soderling also 2:0.

Federer has not met with great resistance to 5-th-seeded Murray and forced him to save the rallies to break even in the first game of the match. The Scot saved the first ball and took the games, but his second serve was unable to oppose Federer experienced the fatal game and lost, then won only three balls in the role-playing Federer in the first set.

Overcrowded stands in London relied on the strengthening of the Murray, but he allowed two breaks early in the second set and trailing in 0:4 by the Swiss. Subsequently, the two exchanged their two games and the match ended just 76 minutes.

"I'm really surprisedmyself. I did not expect as strong game, "Federer said after the success, which realized 63 points against 43 for Scottish rival. This is not normal for Andy Murray, who has one of the best returns of the ball. Yes, it really made a few mistakes, but they were probably dictated by the pressure under which you have set, Federer said, referring to 26 unforced errors.

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