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Rafael Nadal leaves Roger Federer has little chance of Spanish machine, right, to the twelfth-finals at Roland Garros

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To the best of tennisclashen a mouse is brought forth. Rafael Nadal (ATP 2) in his semi-final at Roland Garros is far too strong for the perennial contender, Roger Federer (ATP 3). It was almost 2.5 hours, three sets, 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 for the Spaniard, who is aiming for his twelfth stage win in the Paris region.

This was the 39th meeting between the two legends. Federer could not win in the first round at Roland Garros (5-0), and was, therefore, to have a mind-blowing job on the Court Philippe-Chatrier.

The first game was the right one for you. He went out on his second chance at life, right through to the storage of the Swiss. The Spanish gravelkoning ran 40-0 on his own storage, but Federer came back to you. In the end won in the first round, however, to be in the game, and that was the tone of the match right away and put.

Federer was quite a challenge to get a day with strong wind, the first storage, and to keep it. In the sixth game and got the Swiss have plenty of chances to get back in is to break in, but He withstood the pressure and came in at 4-2. Not too long after, he won the first set 6-3.

Winners

At the beginning of the second set, there was a moment of hope for Federer. He went up to the store of the first round. That, however, broke right back in the ninth game again, the inclusion of his rival and won the set by 6-4. The third set went to the Spaniard just by looking at his momentum. All in all, we played in Won’t be that bad. He did the job in very broad and varies with use, but that He went to get the best out of it and did it over and over with a powerful winner.

He walked in a set of three, up to 5 to 1. Federer peaked with an amazing point to make it 5-2 out of it…

… but then it was over. He served it to 6-2, and is for the twelfth time in the finals of Roland Garros. In a match that he never lost. For Federer, remains in the race, in 2009, for the time being, the only French triumph.