Roger Federer Enters Miami Open Finals After Defeating Canadian star Denis Shapovalov

Federer is eyeing a 28th Masters 1000 title

Federer is eyeing a 28th Masters 1000 title

Will Denis Shapovalov break in the top20?

Roger Federer believes he will not be a full-time coach once he retires from tennis.

And Simona Halep's chance to return to No. 1 in the world fell apart against Karolina Pliskova. The Swiss tennis star easily won the first set in 26 minutes.

Federer ensured he reached his fifth Miami Open final by beating 19-year-old Shapovalov, who was not even born when the 20-time Grand Slam victor made his debut at the Florida tournament in March 1999.

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Said Federer of defending Isner's serves, "It's a tricky one".

"I'm hoping to see some tiebreakers in that final and I'm sure John knows that as well".

Anderson hadn't lost a set 6-0 since October 2016 - 353 sets ago.

Shapovalov was nervous early as Federer set the tone by breaking in the third game of the match and he struck again for a commanding 4-1 lead. It's just another guy they know from the juniors and I'm just going to beat you up now. I was just trying to play as good as I can, and he did a good job today. Isner won 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4).

There was a repeat in the second set. The 18-year age difference was the largest that Federer has ever faced in an ATP match. He wrapped up the opening set in a mere 36 minutes. Pliskova won nine consecutive games before the skies opened during a changeover.

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The age gap with Shapovalov was the largest of the 37-year-old Federer's career, and experience triumphed.

"I made some minor adjustments and I was happy with my variations". "You have to go out there and embrace it".

Shapovalov will climb to a career-best No. 20 in the rankings despite his defeat.

At 7:32 p.m., finally, Barty could celebrate. And he's one of the rare players who actually doesn't mind facing the big bomber servebots.

I know Isner's playing so well.

Fellow Canadian teen Denis Shapovalov, 19, was scheduled to play the Friday evening semifinal against No. 4 seed Roger Federer of Switzerland. "He is great already but will be a better player in the future". Shapovalov came back from a set down three times to reach the semi-finals, including during his quarter-final against #NextGenATP American Frances Tiafoe.

Federer, a three-time tournament champion, advanced to the final Sunday against defending champion John Isner.

The culprit here was a glitch in Auger-Aliassime's service action, in which he throws the ball up too far to the right of his body, limiting both where he can hit it and how much topspin he can apply.

"Because I think when you let Denis play, he's got some serious power, and he gets rhythm going".

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