Federer downs Djokovic in Dubai

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Updated: September 28, 2014

rogfed Roger Federer will have the opportunity of clinching a 6th Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship when he faces last years runner up Tomas Berdych in the final. samsung custodia outlet cover samsung custodia cover per huawei p10 lite Tomas Berdych began proceedings with a 7/5, 7/5 victory over number 7 seed Philipp Kohlschreber continuing his good early season form. cover iphone custodia In the much anticipated late match, Roger Federer displayed some of his best form in years to overcome Novak Djokovic in 3 sets, 3/6, 6/3, 6/2. iphone cover outlet cover custodia iphone cover shop online It was the 32nd occasion that the two had met with Federer having previously won 16 to Djokovic’s 15, with 14 of their clashes going the distance and on tonight’s performance, any thoughts that Federer was coming to the end of his career need to be forgotten. custodia samsung galaxy Djokovic and Federer have dominated in Dubai since 2003 with only Nadal and Roddick winning the title other than the them. cover shop online custodia samsung cover iphone 6 custodia outlet The Swiss is a notoriously slow starter and tonight was no different as Djokovic raced to a 6/3 win in the first set. iphone custodia iphone custodia cover iphone custodia Federer then found his first serve and matched Djokovic from the baseline shot for shot mixed in with some sublime net play to take the second set by the same margin. custodia outlet samsung s8 cover shop online A double break in the third put Federer in control as he closed out the match and a much needed win against Djokovic that will give him a lot of confidence going forward this season. huawei custodia Standing in Federer’s way for a 6th title in the Emirate is Tomas Berdych who put the Swiss out in the semifinal last year in a 3 set thriller. cover custodia huawei custodia de telephone samsung galaxy custodia samsung outlet The Czech has been in top form this season with a win in Rotterdam 3 weeks ago, his first Tour win since Stockholm in 2011.