2012 ATP World Tour Finals: Roger FEDERER vs. Andy MURRAY

Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by Ico, Nov 10, 2012.

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Who advances to the final?

Poll closed Nov 12, 2012.
  1. Federer in 2

    33.7%
  2. Federer in 3

    22.5%
  3. Murray in 2

    22.5%
  4. Murray in 3

    21.3%
  1. sbengte

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    Couldn't watch the match and seriously in need of some highlights. No clue WTF caused a well rested Murray to lose in straights with a 6-2 set to Fed who played a 3 setter the day before. Probably Fed found out he lost the poll for this match on TW and was angry enough to prove a point.


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    I shall refrain from making a prediction about the final :-|
     
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  2. Feather

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    Don't worry, Roger is gonna win in two sets against Novak Djokovic
     
  3. Zarfot Z

    Zarfot Z Semi-Pro

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    WTF is Federer's last stronghold. He's denied all of the Big 4 titles there on route to his 6 victories.

    GG Murray, better luck next year.
     
  4. Prisoner of Birth

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    Djokovic won it in 2008.
     
  5. Feather

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    Last stronghold? Who won the ONLY Grass major this year? :wink:
     
  6. natalia

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  8. Prisoner of Birth

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    So this is the "bruise" Federer mentioned earlier on in the season.
     
  9. natalia

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  10. sbengte

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    ^^ Thank you , appreciate it ! I caught some highlights with pure SexiClass on display and needed to watch the whole match :)
     
  11. Netspirit

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  12. Magnus

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    To be honest Murray played a really poor second set. What was up with netting all those BHs? You don't usually see Murray make so many unforced in a row.
     
  13. Tafmatch

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    Fed surprises me once again! When will I learn? Murray did play a bad second set but all credit should go to Roger, he played phenomenal.

    The first three matches Fed looked bored and uninspired and he needed to step it up big time to beat Murray. He did.
     
  14. joeri888

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    Fed's backhand pressure and variety getting too much for the Muzza backhand ;)
     
  15. Feather

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    I was waiting for the match to be over to collect and post these gems.
     
  16. Rozroz

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    LOL didn't you test the TT "spot for ignore" new option?
    works like a charm ;)
     
  17. veroniquem

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    I need to correct this post. Actually Fed has 2 WTF titles on outdoor hard (his 1st 2: 2003 and 2004). So in terms of WTF reflecting indoor dominance, one should still put Lendl and Sampras ahead of Fed.
     
  18. smoledman

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    Yes I think Fed is broken-hearted that you pegged him below Lendl & Sampras.
     

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