jueves, 30 de octubre de 2014

Roger Federer ha ganado a Pouille por 6-4 y 6-4 en 1 hora y 14 minutos de partido, en 3ª Ronda del Masters 1000 de París-Bercy (Francia).

Roger Federer ya está en cuartos de final del Masters 1000 de París-Bercy (Francia), tras ganar en 3ª Ronda ante el francés Lucas Pouille por 6-4 y 6-4 en 1 hora y 14 minutos de partido.

El suizo se llevó la victoria en un partido práctico, donde estuvo más sólido con sus golpes que en el partido anterior y pudo controlar a su rival, que plantó batalla pero no fue suficiente para frenar la inercia ganadora que acumula el suizo.

El partido comenzó con ambos tenistas tanteándose y ganando sus saques de forma rápida, pero poco a poco Roger fue controlando el ritmo de partido y con 3-3 conseguía el primer break del partido.
Este break iba a ser suficiente ya que pudo aguantar sus saques y llevarse la primera manga por 6-4.

En el segundo set, el guión fue igual que en el primer set, ya que ambos tenistas ganaban sus primeros saques hasta llegar al 3-3, cuando nuevamente Roger conseguía romper el saque del francés y como ocurriese en el primer set, el suizo gestionó bien su ventaja y acabó llevándose el set por 6-4 y con ello la victoria.

En cuartos de final, su rival será el canadiense Milos Raonic.


Estadísticas del partido:

Roger Federer ha conseguido 4 aces y ha cometido 1 doble falta. Ha tenido un 54% de primeros servicios dentro. Ha ganado 93% de puntos con su primer servicio y 60% de puntos con su segundo servicio.

Ha conectado 21 winners y ha cometido 13 errores no forzados.

Ha convertido 2 de las 10 bolas de break y no ha conseguido ninguna bola de break en contra.

Ha ganado 14 de las 21 veces que ha subido a la red.

2 comentarios:

  1. SILVANA HALTENHOF
    Roger congratulate you for having won Pouille, but let me tell you that you have been very static with your legs and your first service has been very low but, with your others service don’t, you missed your Aces.
    Tomorrow you play with Roanic that makes Aces everywhere and are very fast, sometimes throws the ball to the corners or on the Ned. Roger you've got to have better body movement with your legs, arms and wrist is essential for you and all your first, second serves must be 100% the same as your Aces, break points, winners, drop shots , load slights, but against hits to dominate and win the game. You must win in 2 Sets to avoid wasting energy, relax, get over to the other meetings you’ll have with players on another level you are going to demand more effort and you have to stay focused and minding your game, you can make no mistakes, no double faults, have an excellent reading and never underestimate any player, you cannot trust anyone, you will win in Paris-Barcy, since you never give any advantage to any player's game and you must be the ruler of the tournament. Put Roanic on the ropes tomorrow morning and don’t let him ever think, play or bowling, you know how, you know him very well. Metalizing that you’ve has already won Paris-Bercy, but, everything is in your hands. Good luck, Roger.

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  2. SILVANA HALTENHOF
    Roger congratulate you for having won Pouille, but let me tell you that you have been very static with your legs and your first service has been very low but, with your others service don’t, you missed your Aces.
    Tomorrow you play with Roanic that makes Aces everywhere and are very fast, sometimes throws the ball to the corners or on the Ned. Roger you've got to have better body movement with your legs, arms and wrist is essential for you and all your first, second serves must be 100% the same as your Aces, break points, winners, drop shots , load slights, but against hits to dominate and win the game. You must win in 2 Sets to avoid wasting energy, relax, get over to the other meetings you’ll have with players on another level you are going to demand more effort and you have to stay focused and minding your game, you can make no mistakes, no double faults, have an excellent reading and never underestimate any player, you cannot trust anyone, you will win in Paris-Barcy, since you never give any advantage to any player's game and you must be the ruler of the tournament. Put Roanic on the ropes tomorrow morning and don’t let him ever think, play or bowling, you know how, you know him very well. Metalizing that you’ve has already won Paris-Bercy, but, everything is in your hands. Good luck, Roger.

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