Famously known tennis player Roger Federer wins his 800th match of his fabulous career on Friday. Federer defeated Argentine Juan Monaco with a 6-3, 7-5 defeat to place the record on his name.
The Swiss player is the winner of 16 Grand Slams in the career which is the most number of grand slams by any player in this world.
The master opf tennis just hold his 68th trophy last weekend in Basel aftewhich was also his first win in France.
With his seventh Ace in the match Federer defeated Juan Monaco in just 90 minutes and also set his record to 57-12 on the season.
”It’s nice. It’s a lot of matches, a lot of tennis I’ve played, I know that. But I know there are many other players that have played more tennis than I have.
“It’s just another win, but it’s a special one nevertheless, because 800 is definitely a big number.”
The master player said:
Now Federer will have to play Berdych in the semi finals who has defeated second seed Andy Murray in a tough match with 4-6, 7-6 (7/5), 6-4.
“I like to take it to Tomas, as well, and he does the same thing. So I think on an indoor court which we both like, it could be really quite spectacular, I think,”
The master added:
Both Andy Murray and Berdych played a good match which last for three-and-a-quarter hours. In the match Murray missed 15 of 17 break point chances.
“At this stage of the season, and how I have been feeling this week, it’s tiring,”
The second seeded Andy Murray said who just lost his 18-match win streak:
“At the end I was just fighting. I wasn’t hitting the ball unbelievable. I was just fighting, making a lot of balls.”
“I got good practice going into London, but I’ll need to work on a few things. I was moving much better than I did in my first match by the end of this one.
“I was really unhappy with the way I hit my backhand today, which is normally my most solid shot, so that’s something I’ll look to work on.”