Roger Federer: Madrid Court is Probably Quicker Than Miami [Video]
by Tom Gainey | May 7th, 2011, 9:33 am
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Roger Federer is drawing on all his reserves an experience to mentally ready for the Rafael Nadal challenge this morning at the Mutua Madrid Tennis Masters semifinals.

Federer, who is down to Nadal 15-8 in the meetings including a blowout from Miami last month, interestingly argues that the court in Madrid plays quicker than the one in Florida. Is Federer just trying to find any kind of edge to grasp on to or is he right?

Federer acknowledged that he didn’t play well in that Miami meeting but he reminds us that he has defeated Nadal in Madrid before and he beat him on a quick court in London in November.

The Swiss also point out that he has a “no losing factor” going for him while the favored Nadal is expected to win.

The match begins in 30 minutes.


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