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It’s proven to be true in Miami; since beating Juan Martin del Potro on Monday, Federer hasn’t been as sharp.
At Flushing Meadows, Fognini came back from two sets down and put on that season’s most outrageous display of shotmaking fireworks.
Rafael Nadal vs. Fabio FogniniAs you would expect, the Spaniard leads the Italian in their head to head by a solid margin, 7-3.
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal Will Meet for Miami Open Title
Advertisement Continue reading the main storyEven Federer, who beat Nadal in the 2005 final here, is surprised Nadal does not have a Miami title on his résumé.
Advertisement Continue reading the main storyHe served for the first set at 5-4 but missed a relatively routine backhand volley.
Advertisement Continue reading the main story“Maybe not a bad thing that it’s not best-of-five sets anymore in the finals.
“Feels like old times,” Federer said.
Advertisement Continue reading the main storyNadal said it was the second time in a month that he had lost a shoe while playing.
referring to His semi-final win was a match that had everything.
The 35-year-old was his usual clinical, unflappable self, but Kyrgios went a long way to changing his bad boy reputation and will have picked up a whole host of new fans.
A repeat of the Australian Open final will have fans licking their lips, but it was Roger Federer’s semi-final win over Nick Kyrgios that may end up being remembered more fondly as the Swiss came through an epic battle 7-6 (11/9), 6-7 (11/9), 7-6 (7/5).
How did both men reach the final?
Federer, who chalks up his 18th victory of the year with just one loss, triumphed in three hours and 15 minutes and will now fight it out with Nadal for a third title of 2017 after shock wins in Melbourne and Indian Wells – coming after six months out last season.
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