Federer, Djokovic Reach French Open Sweet 16; Nadal, Murray Look to Book Their Spots Saturday
by Staff | June 1st, 2012
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In wasn’t a perfect performance but Roger Federer is back into a French Open fourth round for the 10th timeafter taking out Nicolas Mahut 6-3 ,4-6, 6-2, 7-5.

“I thought he did well. Struggled a little bit, but overall obviously I’m happy I came through,” Federer said.

After wins over Tobias Kamke, Adrian Ungur and Mahut, Federer’s cushy draw continues on Sunday against lucky loser David Goffin. The 21-year-old Goffin, a straight set winner over Lukasz Kubot, is making his Grand Slam debut, and Federer’s just happens to be his idol.

“I’ve been watching Roger playing on telly for so many years,” said Goffin. “Roger has always been my favourite. He has perfect tennis, perfect technique, and I like the man. From a human standpoint, he is a great person, whether on the court or outside the court. So I expect a very difficult match on Sunday. I don’t know exactly how I should prepare for this match, but I’ll try and have fun.”

In a late start with the light fading, Novak Djokovic ripped Nicolas Devilder 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 to keep his “Djoker Slam” hopes alive.

“Last 15 minutes was very hard, but it was very important for me to finish the match today,” admitted Djokovic. “I wouldn’t like to come back tomorrow and play a few games.”

Djokovic now meets Andreas Seppi, a five set winner over Fernando Verdasco.

Also, Juan Martin Del Potro and Tomas Berdych were both winners setting up a monster fourth round clash. Berdych needed five sets to beat big-serving Kevin Anderson. Another five set winner was Stanislas Wawrinka who upended Gilles Simon in four hours, 29 minutes. The Swiss will face another Frenchman, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, in the 16s.

In the women’s draw, former champion Svetlana Kuznetsova upset Agnieszka Radwanska crushing the No. 3 seed 6-1, 6-2.

“She was doing everything right today and I really couldn’t do anything,” Radwanska said. “After a couple of minutes I was 5-0 down. She was playing very aggressive from both sides, and she had an answer for everything I was trying to do. I don’t think I played badly, but she was just playing unbelievable.

“I didn’t expect that good tennis. She was just too good.”

Another past champion wasn’t as fortunate as Sara Errani upended Ana Ivanovic. Top ranked Victoria Azarenka cruised along with 2010 finalist Sam Stosur. American teen Sloane Stephens continued her Cinderella run pounding Frenchwoman Mathilde Johansson.

“My goal coming into the French Open was just play hard,” the 19-year-old Stephens said. “There’s nothing else you can do – play hard, fight hard, run every ball down. Winning or losing, it didn’t matter, because I started playing well and getting my confidence back and I was happy with what I was doing.

“I always feel really comfortable here at Roland Garros. I really like it here. I was like, ‘I know if I just do the right things, the good things will happen.’”

In a weak second quarter, one of Kuznetsova, Errani, Kerber or Martic will reach the semifinals.

Tomorrow, clay king Rafael Nadal returns along with David Ferrer, Maria Sharapova, Caroline Wozniacki, defending champion Li Na and Andy Murray who’ll test his bad back against Santiago Giraldo. Milos Raonic meets Argentine Juan Monaco in what should be one of the better matches.

Sharapova won today over Ayumi Morita in a rain-postponed match.

TENNIS-X NEWS, NOTES, QUOTES AND BARBS
Novak Djokovic has won 24 straight matches in Grand Slam play… David Goffin is the first “lucky loser” to reach a Grand Slam 4th RD since countryman Dick Norman at 1995 Wimbledon… 21-year-old Goffin is the youngest player left in the men’s draw… The last player to win the Australian Open and the French Open in the same year was Jim Courier in 1992… Roger Federer was 30 years 296 days old when he won his 234th match in his 52nd Grand Slam event. Jimmy Connors won his 233rd match on his 40th birthday in his 58th major… Nicolas Mahut has played 28 Grand Slams without reaching a 4th RD… Serena Williams is also out of the mixed doubles. She and Bob Bryan lost today in the first round… Tomas Berdych has 349 career wins… Juan Martin Del Potro is 10-0 in sets against Marin Cilic on clay… Stanislas Wawrinka has 235 career wins, his countryman Roger Federer has 235 Grand Slam wins… Andreas Seppi had never beaten Fernando Verdasco in six prior tries until Friday… No Canadian man has ever reached the 4th RD at the French Open singles… Rafael Nadal turns 26 Sunday… Rafael Nadal is 17-0 against qualifiers in Grand Slam play… Tommy Haas is one of 7 fathers to reach the 3rd RD… Peng Shuai is one of two Top 30 players without a title (Cetkovska)… Li Na has won 9 straight matches at the French Open… Roger Federer is a single man after news he has severed ties, for now, from IMG and agent Tony GodsickAndreas Seppi leads all remaining men with 33 aces… Milos Raonic and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga are tied with the fastest serve at 141mph… The Simon-Wawrinka match today produced the longest rally of the tournament thus far, 40 strokes. Wawrinka won the point… Milos Raonic has only lost 11 first serve points… Weather forecasts indicate rain returning to Roland Garros for the early part of next week.

Court Philippe Chatrier 11:00 AM Start Time
1. Women’s Singles – 3rd Round
Nina Bratchikova (RUS) v. Petra Kvitova (CZE)[4]
2. Men’s Singles – 3rd Round
Janko Tipsarevic (SRB)[8] v. Julien Benneteau (FRA)[29]
3. Women’s Singles – 3rd Round
Shuai Peng (CHN)[28] v. Maria Sharapova (RUS)[2]
4. Men’s Singles – 3rd Round
Eduardo Schwank (ARG) v. Rafael Nadal (ESP)[2]

Court Suzanne Lenglen 11:00 AM Start Time
1. Men’s Singles – 3rd Round
David Ferrer (ESP)[6] v. Mikhail Youzhny (RUS)[27]
2. Women’s Singles – 3rd Round
Na Li (CHN)[7] v. Christina McHale (USA)
3. Men’s Singles – 3rd Round
Tommy Haas (GER) v. Richard Gasquet (FRA)[17]
4. Women’s Singles – 3rd Round
Kaia Kanepi (EST)[23] v. Caroline Wozniacki (DEN)[9]


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82 Comments for Federer, Djokovic Reach French Open Sweet 16; Nadal, Murray Look to Book Their Spots Saturday

jane Says:

“since countryman Dick Norman at 2005 Wimbledon” I think it’s 1995 Wimbledon. And it’s 1978 for FO.


Kimmi Says:

“Andreas Seppi had never beaten Fernando Verdasco in six prior tries until Friday…”

really?? six is a lot. I think for these players it must be very hard to beat the player they have never beaten before. good for seppi. he is doing very well this clay season.


Kimmi Says:

“Andreas Seppi leads all remaining men with 33 aces”

seriously!! seppi cant serve, i am surprise. But if you play 5 setters then the aces can pile up.


Michael Says:

Roger is looking quite shaky right from the start. He might reach the Quarter finals and maintain his streak but beyond that if he has to progress, he has to buck up. He is helped by the fact that he is facing easy opponents.


Kimmi Says:

ugh! kvitova is going on her bad steak again..


racquet Says:

My goodness, Ferrer is destroying Youzhny: 6-0 5-1.


Kimmi Says:

ferrer demolishing youznhy at the moment. youznhy with only two games in two sets


van orten Says:

it is only positive to see that fed still can turn up a gear or two ..looking forward to either delpo or berdych..fed will be ready…but first vs his fan goffin of course ;


Kimmi Says:

you already say that racquet. i didn’t see your post.


Colin Says:

Yeah, Kimmi, I watched a little of Kvitova’s match and she seemed in full control. Then I looked at the scoreboard later and thought “Here we go again”, as she lost the second set. Maybe it’s food poisoning – that “bad steak” you refer to!
Seriously, quite a few players seem to lose their way after a good first set, even some of the best, but she is an extreme case. In a 5 setter a man has time to get his act together, but in best of 3 you need to concentrate throughout.


Humble Rafa Says:

Some people are calling me King of Clay. A humble person like me does not deserve such lofty names. I prefer to be called “The Hardest working player on clay who managed to win a few titles”.

GOAT and goat cheese are not my thing.


Polo Says:

I am not unhappy with the way Federer has been playing. In the long run, it may help him that his opponents have been giving him problems. Roger is a smart tennis player. It is better for him to know where his problems are at this point because he will know what to work on and improve.


skeezer Says:

“Rafael Nadal is 17-0 against qualifiers in Grand Slam play”

Amazing!


racquet Says:

Murray is playing like a dream so far. Serve is kicking, ripping groundstrokes. Leads 5-2.


racquet Says:

Andy takes the first set 6-3. For jane, when you wake up (87% 1st serves) :-0


racquet Says:

And Muzzah takes the 2nd set 6-4. Still looking good. Giraldo making more inroads but has no answers yet. Tipsy seems to be handling Benneteau and leads by 2 sets.


racquet Says:

Muzzah through in straight sets in just over 2 hours. Very good performance. Meanwhile Haas takes the 1st set against Gasquet 7-6 (go Tommy).


skeezer Says:

^back must be good to go…..


Brando Says:

BRILLIANT VOLLEY by raonic for set point!

kid can play!


racquet Says:

Pico breaks in the 2nd set, sloppy game from Raonic. Haas trailing 0-5 in the 3rd set :-(


jane Says:

racquet “For jane, when you wake up (87% 1st serves) ” – whoa! Thanks. I set the tape for record so will watch later. So glad he’s through and did some talking on the court. ;)


jane Says:

racquet “For jane, when you wake up (87% 1st serves) ” – whoa! Thanks. I set the tape for record so will watch later. So glad he’s through and did some talking on the court. ;)


jane Says:

Oops, sorry for the double fault.


RD Says:

Good to see classic tennis players – Haas and Gasquet – battling it out. Single-handed backhands. Very elegant. Unfortunately, Tommy looks like he’s put himself out of it over the last 1.5 sets.


jane Says:

40 errors for Milos already. Pico’s in his service games too. Glad my TV is showing this match.


Lulu Iberica Says:

Bad overhead miss from Rafa! Ooohhh…an iota of drama!


Lulu Iberica Says:

BP chance #2 for Schwank!


Lulu Iberica Says:

jane, I wish my TV were showing Raonic/Pico! No matter how well Schwank plays, he has no chance here.


jane Says:

Oh well, at least you get to watch your fave at his wondrous best on clay Lulu, you should enjoy it. Rafa seems to be in amazing form so far. This Raonic/Pico match is good though. Pico is right there, and he’s forcing Milos to rally and go for some shots, which is good learning experience for Milos imo. Pretty nice stuff to watch: a player trying to break through and an experienced clay courter showing him the ropes.

Confusing call on set point; looks like they’ll replay the point.


sheila Says:

my guy federer is not looking gr8. even he said so to renee stubbs after mahut match. if roger makes it thru goffin, it will be difficult 4him 2go beyond delpo or berdych(have a feeling it will be berdych). federers 2nd 4 set match w/much lower ranked players. i am so hoping he is saving his best for later, but i dont know. berdych is looking gr8 & djokovic & nadal will obviously be in the final w/nadal most likely winning. what else is new!


jane Says:

Milos gets the second set. He was up a mini-break in the TB, but then Pico got it back. Then at 5 all, Monaco serving, he overcooks a forehand long, giving Milos set point on his serve. Needless to say, he got the point. I suspect Pico will push for an early break in the 4th. They’re about equal in generating chances and in protecting their serves. Pico is 1 of 5 in bp chances and Milos is 0 of 4.


Lulu Iberica Says:

Yes, Rafa is looking great, but it’s hard to tell against these lower ranked players. What he does in the next round will be a better indicator. ESPN actually showed Raonic/Pico for a while — saw Raonic take the 3rd set. His movement and groundstrokes are improving. Still, if Raonic has a tough time dispatching Monaco, I doubt he will be able to threaten Nadal.


jane Says:

Pico gets the early break, as I thought he might. This has 5 setter written all over it.

Lulu, agree: I don’t think either of these two will threaten Rafa, though maybe the sets will be tighter.


Tennis Fan Says:

Cushy draw?? He had the toughest draw of the Open but most of the competition has fallen away. That is the real truth of the matter.


Tennis Fan Says:

What the h is Raonic doing?? He’s making Monaco look like a power play. I guess Raonic’s strength is as a defensive baseline rallier. He only has to move one more foot back and he will be against the back wall. Ridiculous .. if he moved up 3 more feet he’s blow Monaco off the court. Who is this guy’s coach?? Is there any way I can get him a message … STAND UP FURTHER TO THE BASELINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


jane Says:

He’s won 21 of 26 net approaches, so it’s not like he isn’t coming in at times. Too many errors from him though.


jane Says:

He’s won 21 of 26 net approaches, so it’s not like he isn’t coming in at times. Too many errors from him though.


Tennis Fan Says:

Yeah Jane … lets just hope you dont get the job as his coach either. Its extremely obvious for anyone who know how to play the game that Raonic is standing way toooooo far back. He has a ridiculous no. of unforced errors and 90% of them are from hitting the bottom of the net from waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay tooooooooooooooooo faaaaaaaaaar back!


Tennis Fan Says:

Monaco now pushing Roanic all over the court like he’s the power player …even throwing in the odd drop shot that Roanic can hope to get to. Roanic’s new Ferrer like baseline rally style will have him collapsing in exhaustion long before the 5th set arrives. Question is … can Roanic figure out this flawed strategy in time to make a game of it.

Disappointing when you see a player in the midst of beating themselves …


jane Says:

Tennis Fan, Pico is also standing waaaay far back to return the kick serves; Rafa also plays way behind the baseline and it works for him, same with Gasquet. It’s not just Milos.

That said, I don’t disagree that he could step in some, but actually a lot of his errors have been long & wide, so if he stepped in they might be even longer.

Anyhow – 2 sets apiece. Looks like Pico has the momentum going into the 5th.

Nice to see Mathieu is coming back: looks like that one will go 5 sets too.


jane Says:

Funny how different Milos and Pico are temperamentally. Pico looks like he could bust a vein any minute, whereas Milos seems all relaxed, almost too casual methinks.

Nice volley there.


Lulu Iberica Says:

Kanepi was thumping Woz and is now choking away her lead.


jane Says:

I saw that Lulu. Wasn’t she up 5-1 or something and now it’s 5-all!


Lulu Iberica Says:

Yes, Kanepi had a couple of match points. While Woz did up her game, it’s mostly due to Kanepi tightening up. I guess some people just don’t have it between the ears.


Lulu Iberica Says:

Nice point there! Maybe Kanepi will get herself back together!


jane Says:

Milos came in but Pico too fast: gets there for the pass and break point.


Tennis Fan Says:

Raonic way too passive … stands at the back … thinks he can play a baseliners game … I fault the coaching but really its Milos fault for not seeing the obvious. It pretty obvious that Monaco wants its more (for some reason??).

jane- to say staying back works for Nadal as a reason why Raonic should do the same is rather odd. Nadal’s whole game is looping balls back onto the court from the baseline. Its called playing to your strength. I don’t care how many years Roaonic works on his baseline game … he will never go anywhere unless he figures out that he is a power player who can be a top three if he plays a power game. He ain’t ever going to be a jack rabbit!


Polo Says:

I am currently watching the absolutely most pathetic match in this tournament: Wozniacki vs Kanepi. This highlights why women’s tennis is so bad. And they get equal money?


jane Says:

Tennis Fan, maybe he’ll do better on the grass, where there is less action on the ball. He seems inconsistent: some games he does step in and others he stands too far back. Maybe it partly concentration. He knows, has maybe even been taught, the right tactics, but he lapses into a passive stance?

I agree, he can’t rely on speed!

Woz breaks back again!


jane Says:

Hmm, well, Milos made some progress, insofar as he went out Round 1 here last year, and this year he made it a couple more rounds.


Lulu Iberica Says:

Congrats to Pico! This will be a good match for Rafa in the fourth round.


Tennis Fan Says:

My advice to Raonic lose the Spanish coach … yes it is good to learn how to keep the ball in play for more than 3-4 hits … but do not try to play a game where you outlast a baseliner at their own game. Ridiculous strategy!! Hire Soderling’s coach to teach yourself the power hitters game (I hear he’s free for the next year). … and well your at it show a little bit of bellyfire when your down. Nadal’s got it … Fed’s go it… Djoko’s an arrogant you know what … but he has it too. You can’t be top three unless you play a power game and find some fire.


Tennis Fan Says:

Monaco will be blown out by Nadal next round … we all know it.


Lulu Iberica Says:

Yes, Tennis Fan, as I said it will be a good match “for Rafa,” though, not necessarily for spectators!


jane Says:

Interesting how the draw shaped up: most of the big hitters are still around on the other side, Berd, Delpo, Tsonga, Fed, Nole; while on Rafa’s side the clay-courters are coming through: Pico, Ferrer, Granollers, Almagro.


racquet Says:

Yes, congrats to Pico. He deserved the win. It seemed to me that Raonic was in two minds about the correct game plan. He was either too aggressive and missed or too patient and passive. He’s got more than enough time to figure out how to strike the right balance.

Another thing I noticed is that the longer the match went on, the more Pico began to read his serves. I think that could be an issue for him in best of 5. Unless he wins in straights, some of the good returners will have time to turn things around. imho, anyway.


Lulu Iberica Says:

I see Kanepi is up a break in the third. I hope she can keepit together, as she has been outplaying Woz most of the match.


Polo Says:

Mary Carillo said, “Kanepi is 4-1 up over Wozniacki.”
J McEnroe replied, “Well I give her (Kanepi)20% chance to win then.”

Hahaha!


Lulu Iberica Says:

Yep, Kanepi was serving for the match at 5-1, had a match point. Now Woz got one break back. I guess Johnny Mac is right!


Polo Says:

As I expected, this French Open has been unspectacular so far, both men’s and women’s. First week has been a dud. I don’t expect it to get resuscitated at all. Goodbye, all. I think I will be better off reading a book. I hope Wimbledon will have more life than this.


jane Says:

racquet, good take on Milos: totally agree.


steve Says:

Re: the Kanepi match–it’s touching that people still hope that the WTA can transform itself from an error-strewn shitfest of meltdowns and pathological inability to hold serve into something people could watch for enjoyment and pleasure.


mat4 Says:

So much for Haas… I watched the first set, then had some work to do, and when I checked the results it was already the fourth set and Gasquet played like a man on a mission.

Milos doesn’t have the physical power and stamina to play such matches on clay. But it is not a problem that HGH and EPO can’t solve.


mat4 Says:

I just read Racquet’s comment. Milos has to be aggressive. He can’t afford long rallies. He is big, heavy, and would be worn out enough for his serve to suffer in no time.


Lisa Says:

Great, the two players I thught wuld go through to 4th round didn’t……quite dissapointed….

Anyways, Murray is still there….


Tennis Fan Says:

mat4 – it appears obvious to most of us that Raonic’s strategy of sitting back and playing a baseliner game against a baseliner is an obvious losing strategy.

Raonic would have won that match today if he had of stepped 3 feet forward and played from that position during the match. He has incredible weapons for his serve and can hit powerful winners to both sides of the court.

Any coach that would have him play a passive wait it out strategy on clay should be fired. I thought he had taken the right strategy by learning the game on clay with a Spaniard … but obviously he hasn’t got the right coach. There is an important point in a players career where either he gets the right level of confidence to elevate himself into a top contender or he fades away and never reaches his potential. I think that is where Raonic is now … I sense some of his strong belief slipping away in some of his recent matches … and yet here is a rare player with the skills to make it to the top being frittered away by bad advice.

Remember most of the top players break through to the quarters of Slam in their 20th or 21st years. Those that don’t stand to stagnate and slip into that 4-20 ranking level and although they are seen to be good players they never take the last and most important step. I personally think this is a critical year for Raonic’s confidence and belief of moving much higher. If he doesn’t gain that confidence by the end of this year … there is a risk he never will. His strategy today was badly flawed … now the question is will he see it and change his game play … or will he drift aimlessly.


metan Says:

Halloooo, rafa and andy go to the next round,


Kimberly Says:

Steve–i quite enjoy watching WTA in some ways its nicer to have some unexpected results. And also, these girls really can hit the ball. As a player in some waysits seems more realistic to me as the mens game is so far out of how i could conceive ever playing


mat4 Says:

@TF:

First, a question: are you TF76?

I watched the first few games of the first set and it seemed to me that in that part of the match Milos was using the right strategy: big forehands, approaches to the net, short rallies. That was risky but sensible with his serve. It is the usual pattern of play for such players.

Since I switched to another stream and didn’t watched the end of that match, I can only guess why he changed his overall approach. Did he start to miss before reverting to a more passive strategy? Did he break Pico? I followed the score, but I could have missed it.

The bottom line is that I think he is a bit too slow. He is more of a new Isner than an new Berdych or a new DelPo who look stronger. And he is injured too often. This is not a good sign.

Perhaps you are right about his coach. It seems that Raonic is improving very slowly, even that he hasn’t improved since last year, but then, I haven’t seen enough matches to be confident about such an assertion.


mat4 Says:

Interesting stats, jane.


conty Says:

Hm, that is an interesting link, and just when I was going to look up St. Varvara.

Not sure how to interpret those numbers. Nadal takes more time in his matches, appears healthy, and for him, that’s normal breezing through his early round opponents.

Djokovic is looking stronger, I’m having more belief in him…he’s had to work a little harder

Murray, had that terrible match with the back spasms vs Niemenen, which skews his numbers some.

Federer, has spent a lot of time on court, by his standards. He’s struggled, but I am biased. All his matches have appeared to loose and casual, to close for comfort – should have been easier in my mind.

At this point I give the edge to Nadal, but think there’s still reason to hope for Djokovic. Andy wasn’t 100% at the end of his match, or that’s what it appeared. To me, I won’t be surprise if he goes out to Gasquet. Federer might have a strange match with Goffin, paraphrasing what Federer himself said. If he meets Berdych, he could lose. Delpo, sadly, I think he sort of owns.


conty Says:

not reading before posting. on the phone at the same time…my excuse for all the to’s supposed to be too and other things that would make Colin cringe.


conty Says:

What I have recorded so far from TennisChannel is disappointing. Can’t find the Gasquet match or Raonic and Pico’s. Those are the two I really want to watch and missed :(


conty Says:

mat4,

“Milos doesn’t have the physical power and stamina to play such matches on clay. But it is not a problem that HGH and EPO can’t solve.”

Not going to touch that topic.


mat4 Says:

Me neither, Conty. It crossed my mind after reading an interview with Pat Cash.


conty Says:

link for Pat Cash interview, Mat4?

not that I’ll bring such stuff up like in the Cycling News ‘Clinic’, that special sub-forum on the site where all things new in micro-dosing certain drugs and other stuff is talked about freely by former pro’s and those who have been approached as neo-pro’s. No speculation is spared but there is some truth in there I don’t want to think about.


Kimberly Says:

I found sharapova match quite pleasant


Lisa Says:

4th round match will definately be tricy for both Djokovic and Federer….

But you’d expect them to get through quite comfortably….


conty Says:

Still waiting to see most matches Kimberly, saw most of the Murray match, the last set, anyway before leaving this a.m. Caught a little of Granollers v PHM on a stream, by chance. wow, Granollers has a grunt, loudest in ATP…comments on the stream had me laughing. Sharapova doesn’t bother me as much as Vika.


harry Says:

thanks for the link, jane; and thanks for a quick analysis of those numbers — conty.


mat4 Says:

The interview was in French in the Nouvel Observateur, Conty. But there is a translation of the doping part here:

http://tennishasasteroidproblem.blogspot.com/2012/05/pat-cash-cest-le-sport-parfait-pour-se.html

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6 David Ferrer6 Petra Kvitova
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