Here’s That Incredible Point Won By Roger Federer In His Final Service Game Against Novak Djokovic [Video]
by Tom Gainey | January 28th, 2016, 8:34 am

Serving 15-30 at 3-4 in the third set, it was one of the best points of the Australian Open but it wasn’t enough for Roger Federer who would not win another one after against Novak Djokovic:

“Top hundred,” Federer joked about where he’d rank the point.

“But it was a nice point and great ovation. I was very happy I got as much support as I did. It was a cool moment. I wish I was in a better spot in the result. But nevertheless, yeah, no, I’m happy to pull those shots off. Of course.”

Added Djokovic, “I thought I’m going to end up the point with a smash, but it didn’t happen. His defense was terrific that point. After it was done, I had to just forget about it and focus on the next point. Managed to return two very good returns and pass him on the net. That was a crucial break.”

Djokovic won the match 61, 62, 36, 63 to advance to his sixth career Australian Open final.

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2 Comments for Here’s That Incredible Point Won By Roger Federer In His Final Service Game Against Novak Djokovic [Video]

madmax Says:

Awesome shot Roger.

Thanks for the magic.

FedExpress Says:

sad that he didnt win any point after that.

i remember a fab point at the WTF final in 2012 in the TB where fed defended Sp with an outrageous pass. didnt win a point after that in TB

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