Friday, June 14, 2024

Roger Federer fastest defeat in 16 years at the Cincinnati Masters

Roger Federer suffers his fastest defeat in 16 years at the Cincinnati Mastery. Swiss Tennis Star and World No.1 Roger Federer lose his match in Cincinnati Masters. this is Roger Federer’s Fastest lose in 16 years History. He lose this match in just 62 minutes by Andrey Rublev. Andrey Rublev is a russain tennis star got his career best victory against World’s Number player.

oger Federer suffered his fastest defeat in 16 years after the Cincinnati Masters fell on Thursday.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion was defeated by Russian qualifier Andrei Roebol 6-3 6-4 in just 62 minutes.
Federer, who won the event seven times before, faced his 21-year-old rival for the first time, and the Swiss star said he was impressed by the power of the Russian game.
After the game, Federer said of his opponent: “He was very clean. He was good in defense, offense, good service.”
“He didn’t give me anything. He was everywhere. It was hard for me, but it was a good match for him.”

Andrey Rublev was visibly emotional after the biggest win of his career.v

‘Highly emotional victory’
Meanwhile, Roebolph will seek to build an impressive professional year that has seen him beat two of the top five players: the second dominant theme.
The world was clearly emotional after defeating Federer 70 and now expects a quarterfinal match with his Russian teammate Daniel Medvedev.
Before focusing on praising Fabler, Roebolph said: “This is the biggest and most emotional victory.”
“I can’t imagine how much pressure you have every day. I mean, to know that you are Roger and that everyone is watching you and you need to prove it every day, and that works. Doing it, I don’t know how old. I mean, it’s something, I don’t know, unreal “.

Federer watches the United States Open.
Despite the loss, Federer said he was happy to recover from the Cincinnati Masters injury and has already called his attention to the US Open later this month.
The world number 3 is looking to win its sixth honor in Flying Meadow, its first title since 2008.
The 38-year-old added: “I worked hard to come to Cincinnati and in this short season we have done so since Wimbledon, so I could take advantage of some days off.”
“I’m going to train, that’s what I need to do for the US Open and that’s it. It’s pretty easy, but I had to work hard.”

Mumtaz Khan
Mumtaz Khan
Hi, I'm Mumtaz Khan. I'm a CCDiscovery reporter. After completing my master's degree in Mass Communication from the LLU, I obtained an internship in a local newspaper and worked as an editor. I also worked as a columnist for the local newspaper. I cover fun and community events for CC Discovery.

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