Roger Federer: I’ve Beaten Rafa 3 Times In A Row, I Might As Well Make It 4! [Video]
by Tom Gainey | April 1st, 2017, 11:49 am
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Another epic 3-set win over Nick Kyrgios put Roger Federer into a another showdown with rival Rafael Nadal. Rafa leads 23-13 overall but Federer’s won their last three meetings including two this year, at the Australian Open and at Indian Wells.

So after the match, still soaking wet Federer joked, “I hope I can keep the roll running, it’s the first time I’ve beaten Rafa three times in a row, so I might as well make it four right now.”

Nadal will try to avoid losing to Roger a fourth time and avoid losing in the Miami Open final a fifth time.


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5 Comments for Roger Federer: I’ve Beaten Rafa 3 Times In A Row, I Might As Well Make It 4! [Video]

madmax Says:

Well, as always, Roger said this in good humour and totally supporting Rafa’s chances and talent. How fortunate are we, to continue with these two ‘has beens’, these ‘oldies’ of the game, these ‘wash outs’.

Love watching old men in finals with no talent. :-)

May the best man win!


DC Says:

Come on Fed. you can do it.
Hope this statement remains true just till the end of the tournament.


skeezer Says:

Giles,
“I hope I can keep the roll running, it’s the first time I’ve beaten Rafa three times in a row, so I might as well make it four right now.”
So true. Lol.


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