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Federer, ATP Finals, 2nd Division
IMAGE SOURCE Roger Federer (37), the world's third-ranked tennis player, was out of the group stage after his first victory of the men's professional tennis tour (ATP) in 2018. Federer beat the Dominican team (25, Austria, 8th place) 2-0 (6-2, 6-3) in the second leg of the ATP Finals group held in London on Sunday (November 13). In the first game on the 12th, Roger Federer lost 2-0 to Nis hikori Kei (29, Japan, 9th place) in the group 0-2 (6-7, 4-7, 3-6) This was almost certain. However, Kevin Anderson (32, South Africa, 6th place) with 1 win and 1 loss after catching the team will be able to look into the quarter-finals with the final result of the group stage. The Anders beat Nis hikori 2-0 (6-0, 6-1) to win the second game. Federer is ahead of Anderson with four wins and one loss. In the Wimbledon semi-final this year, however, he defeated Anderson 3-2 (2-6, 6-7, 5-7, 7-5, 6-4, 13-11). The ATP Finals are the top eight tournaments in the tournament this year, winning the group stage, quarter-final and finalists.
Anderson vs Nishikori Rerun: Paris Masters
Just a quick post I'm putting out there for a rerun of the previous tournament final in Vienna where I had Anderson to beat Nishikori. The result is likely to go down the same way in Paris and with Anderson at 2.0 to win he's still good odds here to win again. I see no reason why this won't happen a second time in 2 weeks, especially given Andersons strong performance in overcoming the Georgian and Beijing ATP winner in the last round. Anderson will be looking for a strong finish before the London ATP finals and he will likely be Nishikoris undoing once again here. Watch the South Africans serve dominate the match again and prove the key difference between two players in excellent form. Take Anderson at 2.0 to win in Paris tonight.
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