Roger Federer wins first match at ATP finals

Updated: 07 November 2013 21:50 IST

In a match that had been billed as a meeting between two stylists of the men's game, Federer quickly took control and broke Gasquet four times in the match. The Frenchman hit only 11 winners and looked inhibited throughout.

Roger Federer wins first match at ATP finals

London:

Roger Federer made light work of Richard Gasquet to clinch his first win at the ATP World Tour Finals, defeating the Frenchman 6-4, 6-3 on Thursday to boost his chances of making the semifinals.

In a match that had been billed as a meeting between two stylists of the men's game, Federer quickly took control and broke Gasquet four times in the match. The Frenchman hit only 11 winners and looked inhibited throughout.

Federer and Gasquet both lost their opening round robin match, against defending champion Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin del Potro, respectively. Djokovic played del Potro in Thursday's late match.

It was Federer's 11th win in 13 matches against Gasquet.



Topics : Tennis Stanislas Wawrinka Roger Federer David Ferrer Andy Murray Rafael Nadal Bernard Tomic Novak Djokovic Monte Carlo
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