In the final match of the ATP World Cup in London last weekend, Roger Federer defeated the Austrian Dominique Thame in two straight sets.
|Federer spent 68 minutes in the field against Thame (Photo: AFP)|
In the first round of the World Cup in London, Roger Federer was surprised by Nietzsche Kitt, and the Austrian 37-year-old Swissman ruled Dominique Time that he could no longer qualify for the group.
However, these concerns could be legitimate, since the 25-year-old Austrian is among several players who have a positive balance against Federer since he has won twice in Switzerland since his three games.
In this respect, Federer defeated his Austrian opponent, who was beaten in the first set in 32 minutes at 6: 2, not much slower than the second, and won 36 minutes at 6: 3. Federer is in the final round of the game against Kevin Anderson of South Africa , Which has won two games so far.
ATP World Championship
Litton Hewitt Group
Roger Federer (Swiss 2) – Dominique Thame (Austria, 6) 6: 2, 6: 3
Kevin Anderson (South Africa, 4) – Nysikori Kay (Japanese, 7) 6: 0, 6: 1
the role: (2: 2 ratio, 21:18, strike ratio) 3. Nisikori 1/1 (2: 2, 14:21), 3. Thiem 0/2 (0: 4, 14:25)