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Match Report, Pics, Video Highlights of Roger Federer vs Carlos Berlocq, US Open 2013

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#1 Vibhuism

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 03:22 AM

It was vintage Roger Federer as he displayed some mesmerizing Tennis to roll past the 30 year old Argentine Carlos Berlocq 6-3, 6-2, 6-1 in 1 hour & 35 minutes to book his place in the 3rd round of US Open 2013 where he will play Adrian Mannarino or Sam Querrey (Mannarino lead by 2 sets to none at the time of publishing of this post).

 

 

 

 

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1st set

 

 

 

The Swiss maestro started the match in an aggressive manner and had the clear game plan to come to net as often as possible. Federer got the 1st break in the 4th game & that one break proved sufficient as Federer won the first set comfortably 6-3 in 31 minutes dropping just 3 points on his serve.

 

 

Federer's 1st serve % was 57, in spite of that he lost just 3 points on his serve.

 

 

Here are the first set stats

 

 

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Federer's 1st serve % was only 57, still he won 85% of his 1st serve points while Berlocq's 1st serve % was 97% & he managed to win only 54% of points on his 1st serve mainly because of Federer's returns & his occasional chip & charge returns.

 

 

 

2nd set

 

 

 

Federer broke Berlocq's service in the very first game of the 2nd set with a scorching down the line forehand. How ever, Federer got broken for the first time in the match in the very next game & at 1-all, it looked the Argentine might make a match of it. But, the Swiss Maestro had some other ideas.

 

Federer broke the Argentine's serve in the 3rd & the 5th game & held his serve comfortably to get to a 5-1 lead.

 

The most entertaining match for me was the 7th game, not only that game saw the Swiss Maestro making some amazing touch volleys but Federer also played the Tweener (between the legs shot that he has made so famous). In spite of this, the Argentine managed to hold his service to make it 5-2.

 

 

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Picture of Roger Federer's Tweener in the 2nd set

 

 

 

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The Swiss Maestro then served out the set 6-2 in 36 minutes in the very next game as Berlocq also tried a failed tweener.

 

 

Here are the 2nd set stats

 

 

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Federer's 1st serve % was once again in mid 50s, but still he got broken only once, the key highlights for me of this set was the impressive net game of Federer & he won almost 44% of his points on net in the 2nd set

 

 

3rd set

 

 

Roger Federer once again broke Berlocq's service in the opening game of the 3rd set & then got the insurance break to race to a 4-0 lead.

 

 

It was absolute vintage Federer as he brought back memories of "2006" days after he struck two ferocious jumping in the air forehand returns

 

 

 

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Roger Federer served out the set in the 7th game as he recorded his career's 912th career match win, his 66th at US Open (moving him to 5th place in terms of overall match wins at US Open).

 

 

 

Here are the 3rd set stats

 

 

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Federer's 1st serve % again was 43 in the 3rd set

 

 

Here are the overall match stats

 

 

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 Apart from the first serve % that stood at 52% for the match,

 

 

 

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  Federer overall game looked absolutely fantastic.

 

 

 

 

   Be it his movement

 

 

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   Be it his Backhands

 

 

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   His Forehand

 

 

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  or his impressive net game

 

 

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 Roger Federer in his on court interview to Pam Shriver jokingly said, "I don't even know, Rafa is in my quarters." though, he added, "No, I'm joking."

 

 

 

 

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 04:35 AM

Full transcript of Roger Federer's press conference

 

 

 

Q. When Serena left the court, she said it was really difficult conditions, very windy. How did you find the conditions today?

ROGER FEDERER: Same as in the last match. For me it was pretty straightforward, to be honest. I hit the ball better today than I hit it I thought in the first round, but then again, I had different opponents, you know. Today my opponent was spinning the ball more, so playing with more height over the net whereas my first round opponent, he was hitting it flat and hard on each shot. So we had very little rhythm. Maybe it calmed down, but I didn't think it was crazy windy today. I think it calmed down I guess after the Serena match.

Q. Pleased with the match?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I'm happy. You know, I mean, it's one of those matches I expect myself to win if possible in straight sets, and, you know, gain confidence in the process. All those things happened, so, yeah, I'm pleased about it.

Q. Can you talk about how fitness preparation and training have changed since you arrived on the tour?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, thing is, in the beginning of your career you're trying to build a base that's strong enough to play every single day, strong enough to play five sets, strong enough to play, you know, for years to come; whereas later on you're trying to improve as a player. But that base you have, I don't want to say can't be taken away, but you have that, and so then you can work on maybe more specifics, maybe jumps, maybe, you know, more endurance and so forth. Then you go into more specifics. But I think that's where you really have to work on -- between sort of 14 and 22, let's say, is a very important age where you can really create a strong base. You're always going to be talented in some areas, maybe endurance or explosiveness or strength. So it's important to work on that, but then also on your weaknesses. That's what I did a lot when I was younger. Then eventually now, the last few years, I'm trying to get back to my potential and if I have enough weeks I try to increase that by doing the exercises I need in that very moment.

Q. I heard that you have lined up Daniel Evans to practice with. I don't know whether that happened or not with the rain, but he's just beaten Bernard Tomic, so after the next round you could actually end up playing him.

ROGER FEDERER: Uh huh.

Q. Have you seen much of his game? What do you think of it? Would you normally line up someone to practice with who is in your half of the draw?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, I mean, yesterday everything was all over the place. Then I was supposed to practice at 2:30 and then I preferred to wait, see if it was going to open up, and then practice later outdoors. At the end I said, I will just practice 4:00 indoor or outdoor. I didn't know who, you know, Severin or Paul lined up for practice. It was Evans. It was the first time I really got to meet him or play with him. Now I have an idea how he plays, which I guess is not a bad thing. But at the end of the day, I think we were really just trying to help each other out on a rainy day trying to get a hit in. I thought he played really nice; got a great shot. Still a little bit surprised he beat Tomic, because we know what Bernard can do. But great effort for him. To be in a third round of a slam is a huge opportunity. Doesn't get easier from here, but it should give him a ton of confidence. And it's great for Britain, no doubt about it.

Q. Interviewed Maria Bueno. She had nice things to say about you, and said when you're in Brazil I have to see your backhand. Let's go out and hit some.

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah.

Q. If you could see some strokes or hit with some fabulous players who in the past you never hit with...

ROGER FEDERER: It's just nice to speak to them and play with them. I'm always very interested in what they have to say and how it works for them. Bueno, she is from Brazil, and I wanted to see, you know -- I'm sure she liked to hit. It was on the center court in Sao Paulo where we had the XO. We went out and hit some. Tennis is not always supposed to be like, Shall I work my forehand or work my backhand, you know. And pressure, how you're going to play in the break point. It can also be fun. That's what I wanted it to be, especially on that South American trip. The more I can play with legends and, you know, former greats, makes me happy. Almost doesn't matter if it was their best shot in the game or not. Just more about spending time.

Q. As a student of the game, if you can play against Borg's backhand or Jack Kramer's serve, is there one or two that you might enjoy in your imagination playing, going up against and seeing what it's like?

ROGER FEDERER: It's hard to imagine that. Times are different. I'd love to play with a wooden racquet, to be quite honest. I missed that time, even though my very first racquet ever was a wooden racquet. Yeah, I mean, you just mentioned a few greats shots. Yeah, of course I'd love to face those. I remember practicing first time in Dubai when I played with Bahrami and Borg, because I heard they were in town. I called him and said, Do you want to just hit some? We did, and it was great fun. Still, seeing how great their shots are, particularly Borg's backhand, it was very special. Because you never know if you're ever going to play again together it's very unique.

Q. Business question. I see the famous Federer cap. So popular. Did you design that or who was the designer? How many units have you sold of it?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, of course I'm surprised. It's nice seeing people wearing it. It's very personal to me. You know, the more I see the more excited, I guess. There's no doubt about it. Yeah, I mean, I had the idea that the logo could look somewhat like that, and Nike came up with, you know, many, many different alternative logos. They told me to choose one of them. That's the one I chose. Ever since it's been really nice that Nike has sort of a personal line, and I feel very fortunate. It's nice that people feel connected, you know, through the RF logo, which to me it is very personal to me. I tried to make it fun and different every single time we talk about it with Nike and the designers, and the cap clearly here in the States is a much bigger statement than anywhere else in the world. It's always important that particularly here the caps are good.

Q. Has Nike told you how many units you have sold of that?

ROGER FEDERER: I wouldn't know numbers, but if I wanted to see the numbers I guess I could have them.

Q. Can you talk about what kind of influence Arthur Ashe had on you both as a player and your off the court endeavors?

ROGER FEDERER: It was before my time, so not that much, honestly. I wish more so, so for me I feel mostly connected through the center court, you know, just that it's named after him and then hearing later on all the great things he did for the sport really. So, I mean, unfortunately like Borg or maybe before that, it's just a little bit before my time. I don't remember seeing him play, only highlights when he won Wimbledon and so forth, but just hearing what a great human being he was and how inspirational and influential he was. It's a pity he's not with us anymore. I would have loved to meet him, no doubt about it.

Q. With your recent meeting with Nadal, how much did you take away from the state of your own game and the state of his game? Secondly, just when you look at the overall season by your standards, it hasn't been the best, the actions you've taken with the other tournaments and testing with the racquet. How much of that is your own sense of searching or questioning, you know, where you are?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, for me, the racquet testing was just fun, you know, doing something I have wanted to do for a long time. It didn't go as planned, even though I was comfortable with the racquet, but with the back pain I had, I couldn't feel, you know, things the way I wanted them to be, and my focus then was totally elsewhere than with the racquet and with tactics and the way I wanted to play. I put that aside. I mean, for me, one match against Rafa is not going to, you know, make my season or going to make me super confident or not. It needs to be more than that. It hasn't been actually a terrible season up until Wimbledon really, and Wimbledon was just a disappointment. I wish I could have played better, but I thought Stakhovsky overall played pretty well. Let's be honest. Let's give him some credit, too.

 

 

After that, I just, you know, really hoped I could win Hamburg and Gstaad back to back to gain confidence. Never really happened. For me it was just sort of like playing matches again, enjoying myself training really hard, and I really got the matches I was looking for in Cincinnati, and I'm still sort of, you know, hopefully gaining confidence match by match.

 

 

As we know, it might not just take a match but might take just a few matches, and next thing you know you're playing really, really good tennis again and you're close to playing some really great tennis. I think that's kind of where I am right now, and that's where every match is really important to me now and that's how I play every single point right now.


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Posted 30 August 2013 - 04:44 AM

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 04:48 AM

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Video highlights (in HD) --------

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 04:49 AM

Berlocq's hotshot vs Federer

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted 30 August 2013 - 04:51 AM

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 11:42 AM

Thank you very much Vibhuism for all this wonderful hard work!

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 01:15 PM

Another highlights package (in HD) ---------

 

 

 



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Posted 30 August 2013 - 01:28 PM

Thank you Vibhu for this most comprehensive review of the match. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.

Despite watching a rather small rather indistinct picture this was a thrilling match in some ways, not in the sense of a real testing battle, but to see Roger's fluid gazelle like movements as he leapt to make shots and his obvious ease and enjoyment at doing so, as in the 7th game of the second set which was almost like an exhibition match with its quick back and forth over the net and then Roger's Tweener ~ or as the comms called it a "Hotdog" :)

I hope Roger can work on improving his first serve % and unforced errors ~ easy for us to criticise I know, but it would certainly help him in later rounds against more testing opponents. Berlocq was only rather testing in the volume department, with his grunts sounding like desperate bleats at times. :rolleyes:

The comms were quite amusing even talking about Roger's lack of cooking skills! Though in their praise of his shotmaking ability they did jokingly say he had probably picked out the person in the crowd who he would hit the signed ball to :)



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Posted 30 August 2013 - 01:44 PM

It was great match, i enjoyed to watch it, Federer was amazing and there was a great shots from the both....

 

Hope federer continue to play like this...

 

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 01:57 PM

Interesting, I have heard Roger talk of wearing two pairs of socks and getting his ankles taped before a match. Here you can actually see the top of the taping in Sausan's last picture in the post above!

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 02:12 PM

Yes, I noticed this from the beginning of the game, when Federer was doing his socks, actually i thought he was wearing 2 socks!!! and i wonder, why???

 

I didn't hear about  his ankles!!! I hope that this does not bother him and to know more details about what happened to his ankle..


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Posted 30 August 2013 - 02:28 PM

Berlocq was in good spirits about losing to Federer: "Rafa & Del Potro gave me good advice about playing Roger, it helped me win 6 games." Berlocq said after the match  :) 


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Posted 30 August 2013 - 02:39 PM

Federer's drop shot vs Berlocq

 


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Posted 30 August 2013 - 02:49 PM

Here's Highlights & Interview in HD..




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Posted 30 August 2013 - 06:57 PM

Yes, I noticed this from the beginning of the game, when Federer was doing his socks, actually i thought he was wearing 2 socks!!! and i wonder, why???

I didn't hear about his ankles!!! I hope that this does not bother him and to know more details about what happened to his ankle..

This is nothing to worry about, it is his normal routine to have his ankles taped and wear two pairs of socks :)

I guess it gives support to his ankles reducing the risk of injury, rather than being taped because he has had an injury. The two pairs of socks just give a bit more cushioning for his feet

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 07:43 PM

Roger mentioned having his ankles taped in the REDDIT Q&A session in May this year.


Question: What are some of your pre-match rituals?

Roger:
Arrive on time at the courts. Pretty crucial so I don't miss my match.
Warmup and hit for 30min.
Go for lunch or dinner. A light meal (pasta, for instance)
Get my ankles taped.
Stretch.
Warm up and match time.

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 09:17 PM

Wonderful match . Vintage roger. I was hoping for an improved performance over the first round and he did exactly that. Whats impressive was his movement both laterally and forward movements. Berloq stretched federer more than a couple of times on federers forehand side by hitting crosscoart forehands , federer in reply not only reached those balls but returned those balls with venomous forehand of his own which berloq could'nt handle at all . He was right on his A game be it movement ,forehand, backhands netplay, volleys, overheads, or returns. I want to mention specifically the two shots
1. The serve down the T on both sides specially on the Ad court as most of the opponents expects federer to serve wide on the Ad court
2. When he run arounds his backhand and hits a forehand inside in down the lline. No one plays this shot better than Roger.
He played these two shots well during the match and he is going to have to play these two shots well during the next few rounds in the tournament if he is to win it. But the best shot for me in this match was the slice cum drop shot from the baseline. He hit the same shot against thomaz belucci in the south american tour last yearend. Also the run around forehand returns of the serve was great to watch. He perfected this shot again last yearend south american tour last year against Tsonga
All in all a great match. Keep improving Roger . Best of luck in the next round against Mannarino. And by the way the loss of both Sam querry and Bernard Tomic has made the path to the quarterfinals a bit easier. Keeping fingers crossed. Best of luck roger

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 10:08 PM

good to read that  Roger played well!!
good luck for his nexxt round!!! :))))))))))))))))))))))


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Posted 30 August 2013 - 10:33 PM

Just read an old article on Roger by our very own Ramanathan Krishnan . Those from India knows what he means for indian tennis. . I hope guys you all will like this. Heres the link
http://www.timescres...f-the-sofa-8314



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