Roger Federer, Reach 100th Final Throughout his Professional Career

Federer BATP WTF 2011

Interesting game presented by two senior tennis player Roger Federer and David Ferrer at the Barclays ATP World Tour semi finals 2011, especially in the first set. The game was tight until the tenth game. But in the eleventh game, Federer managed to break Ferrer and on the next game with the service at the hands he closed the first set 7-5. The game was tight until the tenth game. But in the eleventh game, Federer managed to break Ferrer and subsequently with the service at the hands he closed the first set with 7-5. In the second set, Ferrer as many unforced errors to lose the momentum that he did, so he gave up with the score 3-6.

These results extend the record of Roger Federer’s victory over David Ferrer to win 12-0 and also it was Federer’s 806th win, which draws him level with Stefan Edberg at No. 6 overall for most match wins in the Open Era (since 1968).

The five-time champion will now look to lift his 70th trophy (69-30) against either No. 6 seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or seventh seed Tomas Berdych in Sunday’s final. Federer has a 15-0 indoor record this year and is looking to lift his third straight indoor title.

Federer, who has a 38-7 overall record at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, is looking to win his third straight indoor title after lifting silverware at the Swiss Indoors Basel (d. Nishikori) and the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris (d. Tsonga). He has a 63-12 match record on the season.

The 29-year-old Ferrer finished the season with a 58-19 match record on the season (32-12 on hard courts), highlighted by a 2-4 record in ATP World Tour finals. Only two Spaniards, Manuel Orantes (1976) and Alex Corretja (1998), have ever won the year-end championship.

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