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Old 12-03-2012, 11:52 PM   #60
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Originally Posted by Cup8489 View Post
Of course it might have been the other way around, but by the same token, if Federer had not choked the first and third sets away in Montreal, he could have won all meetings in 2007. It can go either way; Federer won, IIRC, 2 of 3 meetings in 2008 as well. Split the meetings 3-3 in 2009, won 4-1 in 2010 as you said, 1-4 in 2011, and 2-3 in 2012.

It's always been a close rivalry, but at that time in the rivalry, Federer had never lost to Djokovic, and was absolutely capable of having won that match. That's just the way it is, no excuses.
Not true, it was 3-2 in Djokovic's favor.In this I might say even rivalry, Federer had winning record in four seasons(2006,2007,2008 & 2010), and Djokovic in three seasons(2009,2011 and 2012).After four consecutive Fed wins , Djokovic is leading 13-12.
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