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Match report, pics, video highlights of Roger Federer vs Teymuraz Gabashvili, Australian Open 2014

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#1 Vibhuism

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Posted 18 January 2014 - 02:51 PM

Roger Federer reached Round-4 of Australian Open for a record 13th consecutive time as he eased past Russia's Teymuraz Gabashvili 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 in 1 hour & 41 minutes.

 

 

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Thas was Roger Federer's 1145th match on the tour & now, only Jimmy Connors (1531), Ivan Lendl (1310) & Guillermo Vilas (1215) have played more matches than him.

 

 

With this 929th win, he is now joint 3rd with Guillermo Vilas in most numbers of wins. The top two in terms of most numbers of wins in the Mens Tennis open era are Jimmy Connors (1253), Ivan Lendl (1071).

 

 

 

1st Set

 

 

 

The first five games went on serve as both players displayed some fine Tennis but how ever, Federer got the 1st break in the 6th game to get to a 4-2. Federer then again broke the Russian's service in the 8th game to win the 1st set 6-2 in 33 mins.

 

 

 

Here are the 1st set stats --------

 

 

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The Russian had break points in the 7th & 9th games but couldn't convert. Federer managed to break the Russian's service twice

 

 

 

2nd set

 

 

2nd set went almost in the identical fashion as the first set. Federer again broke the Russian's service in the 6th & 8th game to win the second set 6-2 in 39 mins.

 

 

 

The 2nd set saw some fine backhand slices from the Swiss Maestro & Federer served amazingly well in the second set & didn't face a set point.

 

 

 

Here are the second set stats =====

 

 

 

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3rd set

 

 

Unlike last match, Federer broke his opponents service in the 4th game to get to a 3-1 lead. That pretty much ended any chance of a comeback for the Russian. The Russian had break points in the 7th game, but Federer managed to save those.

 

Federer served out the set & the match in 9th game to win the 3rd set 6-3 in 29 mins.

 

 

 

 

Here are the 3rd set stats --------

 

 

 

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This was Federer's 71st win at Australian Open & the end score-line read 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 & here are the overall match stats----

 

 

 

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Screenshot credit: Nikhila (@kokudum)

 

 

 

In his post match on-court interview, Roger Federer talked about his back, his new racket, working with Stefan Edberg & his next 4th Round match vs Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. here is the video of that ------

 

 

 

 

 

Scroll down for more pics, video highlights, interview quotes, pics & other insights from the match.

 

 

 


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 03:33 PM

Pics frome the match.....


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 03:37 PM

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Posted 18 January 2014 - 03:52 PM

here's video highlights from the match

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amazing Federer's backhand 

 


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 04:06 PM

highlights in HD --------

 

 

 

 

 

Federer's court interview... 

 


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 04:12 PM

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Posted 18 January 2014 - 04:12 PM

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Posted 18 January 2014 - 04:16 PM

Excerpts from Roger Federer's post match interview -----

 

 

Q.  You're looking pretty good, getting through these matches quickly.  Do you think you have enough hit out going into the second week?
ROGER FEDERER:  I mean, time will tell.  I'm happy that from my side I'm winning my matches in straight sets.  It's been different conditions every match:  the heat first and the indoor match and now normal conditions today with a bit of wind.

So it's just good to get through and get a good feel out there and make sure if you've got a chance to win your matches easier to do so.

That's what I was able to do today, so I'm pleased.

 

Q.  You have played so many matches.  Does it make it harder sometimes to go out there and just do it all over again, go through the motions in the first week?
ROGER FEDERER:  I mean, no, not really.  I mean, you know, I don't play 30 events during the year, you know.  So I really get up for the ones that I am playing and I'm eager then to play.  Because if I don't have that motivation, then it's better not to play the tournament.  So I don't have those problems.

Of course you feel, you know, a bit, I don't know, a bit slower some days or you feel really excited some others.

But then again, all these feelings you have sometimes don't really tell the whole story, as well.  You know, sometimes you do just play better than worse.  But what you want to do is try to have those bad days happen as little as possible, and that you have the opportunity to play great on a few occasions throughout the year.  You hope you time it well so it happens when you really need it.

 

Q.  There was a story other day in a local paper about you being quite superstitious.  They wrote that you are obsessed with the number 8.  Is that true?  Do you have these kind of mental...
ROGER FEDERER:  No, no, I'm not superstitious at all.  8 is my favorite number, but obsessed would be a bit extreme.

 

Q.  That you always ask for eight towels?
ROGER FEDERER:  No (Laughter.)  Three.  Bad feng shui for me here.

 

Q.  Did you have any when you first started, when you first began playing?
ROGER FEDERER:  Not necessarily.  Probably some minor ones where you hope you can sit on the same side of the umpire's chair.

I guess it's more routines I have, you know, to make sure I'm on time for my matches, that I feel good so I don't feel    because when I was a junior I feel like I remember being dizzy sometimes for my matches just because maybe the warmup was too close to the match or was too far away or I didn't warm up properly or I ate at the wrong time.

You have a routine, but that, to me, is not superstition.

 

Q.  Coming into today's match against Gabashvili he was obviously going to come and try and hit you off the court.  Is it something you prepare for?  Do you do video analysis on other games prior to playing him to see what kind of game plan he's going to...
ROGER FEDERER:  No, not so much a video analyzation really.

Sometimes I do go back in time and I look at the matches I have played against certain opponents.  But this one, you know, is from 2007 in the first round, so I really didn't know that much.  I really wanted to focus more on how I was going to try to play.

I wasn't sure exactly how passive or how aggressive he was going to play.  I think he actually did a very good job of playing offensive tennis, you know.

Clearly you get carried away a bit or you play over your level at times, but I think he did actually a good job for a while in each set.  He actually hung around in the beginning of each set.  He didn't like get broken first up, so he was tough.

I had to work for it.  Once I got the lead, then I was able to stretch.  It only then, though.  It was an interesting match.  I had to, you know, defend much more than I had to in my previous match.

Of course it was a totally different opponent, but I think it was, you know, in a way a tricky match today.

 

Q.  You said on court that you were joking that it was nice to wake up not feeling like an old man.  Can you tell us a little bit about how bad it did get with your back?  How are you feeling now?
ROGER FEDERER:  I feel great.  Like I said, I wake up and I feel like I don't need like a hot bath or anything, you know.  One minute later you're like, Okay, if I needed to play tennis now I could.  So that's very positive, because I have heard of different stories or, you know, when you have really a lot of muscle pain or you're really hurt sometimes, in your worst days it takes you longer to feel somewhat normal.

Right now I feel very fresh and very good physically.  That's why I do a lot of prevention work.  You make sure you sleep enough and do all these things.  You eat healthy and so forth.  But it's been a good spell now.

Like I said, I didn't have any setbacks since Hamburg really, and that's very good looking forward.

 

Q.  With this result you equal Guillermo Vilas at the third position with the most wins on the tour.  What is the meaning for you?
ROGER FEDERER:  Yeah, it's great winning any match, really.  Yeah, Vilas was a great player with some unbelievable records as well, himself, and he played a lot of tennis for a long time.

I hope I can, you know, keep going and win more matches on tour.  Clearly it's nice, you know, being compared with some of the greatest players of all time sometimes.

 

Q.  It gets tough from here on in.  Is it fair to say this is the toughest draw you have seen for a long time, toughest mountain to climb?
ROGER FEDERER:  Not really.  I have had tough draws throughout my career.  Not every time, but I have played what, 60 slams and many tournaments, so I remember tough draws in early rounds.

Clearly now it's not how it used to be when there was only 16 seeds and I was the 32 seed.  Now with the 32 seeds it's a bit more predictable.  A lot more predictable actually.

That's one of the reasons I think I have always been able to go deep in slams, especially once I got    was able to be seeded.  I took advantage of that.

This is clearly, you know, a tough draw I have had, especially looking forward now.  But important now for me is just that I keep playing well and I don't go crazy of who I play now.

I know that Simon and Tsonga are going to be tough opponents, and it's just now up to me to bring it, you know, in the next match.

 

Q.  You share same agent with Juan Martin Del Potro.  Is there any change in the relationship with him?  Are you closer with him?  Do you talk more often with him?  How do you feel about his defeat here in the second round?  Are you surprised?
ROGER FEDERER:  Yeah, of course I was surprised.  His ranking is much better than Bautista.  Of course that was a surprise for many.  That was an unbelievable night of tennis for many.  There were three or four matches simultaneously in the fifth set.

But for me, no, nothing changes in terms of our relationship.  It's always been very good, and continues to be this way.

 

Q.  Can you tell us what you see in Dimitrov?  He has also become a client of the agency.  What do you see in him, his potential?
ROGER FEDERER:  I think he's a nice guy, number one.  We always enjoy, you know, chatting together and joking around a bit.  I like his game.  Clearly can relate to him, how he plays, because we both have a one handed backhand and we like to play sort of athletic tennis, you know, which is offensive.

For him it's just a question of like, you know, staying injury free right now, but training hard at the same time and playing in a lot of tournaments, just getting, you know, getting out there and, you know, sort of facing the music, you know, every other week.

I think this year is going to be very important for him to make a big step in the rankings.  Start knocking on the door of the top 10.  I think he has what it takes to move up, and clearly this match today with Raonic is very interesting, which many of the players are following in the locker room right now.

 

Q.  Speaking of your backhand, many people feel it's one of the great strokes, one of the most beautiful strokes in tennis history.  You always seem to have time, a lot of rhythm, a lot of balance.  Can you break it down for a minute?  What are the keys to your backhand and then how do you like to use it?
ROGER FEDERER:  Well, I mean, clearly it all starts with the footwork, you know.  Without footwork you aren't going to be able to hit a backhand or you're going to be stretched so much you're not going to be able to hit one.

You've just got to be able to react.  Important is to set yourself up that you have multiple options and you're most dangerous for your opponent.  I think it's important to not always hit it in the same spot so you    I mean, you can disguise it to some degree, but what you want to be able to do is show your opponent that you can hit it all so when it gets important he doesn't know where it's going to go.

Then with me, I can manage with a slice and then the topspin and the flat backhand.  I try to mix it up as much as I can.  But at the same time, I also need to be able to just make enough in a row just for consistency and also for my confidence.

So it's an interesting shot, and it's been one I have worked on a lot throughout my career.  And many have played throughout, which I'm very happy about.

 

Q.  Finally, Stefan has such a fabulous backhand.  Has he made any comments or helped you at all with that stroke?
ROGER FEDERER:  Yeah, I'm just, you know, staying aggressive with the footwork, you know, not sort of leaning back too much, not getting too passive on it, because you can have tendency to do that with a one handed backhand because you can bail out and go to the slice.

I know everybody can, but a double hander usually doesn't.  The one hander, it's so natural for us to play the slice that you almost have to tell yourself to always stay on the front foot and play aggressive.

On a quicker court like here it's definitely one thing you want to do.

 

Q.  Coming to the fourth round match against potentially Jo Wilfried Tsonga, knowing his game so well, does it make it easier to play him?
ROGER FEDERER:  Well, it's more predictable, you know, to a degree.  I mean, he clearly is going to surprise you just by shot making or whatever it is.

Today I didn't know if my opponent liked the inside out forehand more or the inside in forehand or more the backhand down the line or backhand crosscourt.

So sometimes I'm like, Okay, too late.  It was a winner.  With Jo Willy it's going to be different.  If he hits a winner, I know probably where he's going to go, what the percentage is.

But then again, because he hits it so well and so consistently, that's what makes it hard then, you know.  He's got a huge serve, which then is also is a huge part of the game which increases the pressure or not on your own service games.

He's a great mover.  So, I mean, you just know what to expect, which is good for better tennis for both players.


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 04:17 PM

Roger Federer's interview to ESPN ----------

 

 

 


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 04:20 PM

2nd & 3rd set

 

 


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 04:24 PM

Again in Federer's match and at AUS Open, 2014 edition, Ball kid classic catch...

 


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 07:31 PM

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Posted 18 January 2014 - 09:08 PM

point of the match ---------

 

 

 


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Posted 18 January 2014 - 09:27 PM

He did well today fed! Particularly impressed with the performance when faced with break points, his stayed calm and focused. His back hand got a great work out too! Score doesnt really reflect the quality of opponent, he could have proved very tricky indeed had he remained consistent. Roll on next match

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Posted 18 January 2014 - 11:27 PM

Thanks for all the videos, pics, and interview transcriptions all.  I particularly like the ESPN interview.  Intelligent questions asked (not always the case) and it gave us some insight into how Roger is feeling right now about his game, and in himself.  It's very good to see him looking relaxed, happy and quite confident after a year of seeing him go from anger/disbelief through to resignation.  

 

The match was definitely worth getting up/staying up for.  It's great to see Roger playing so well again, and looking so much more confident than he has for a while.  I don't know how much further he'll go in this particular competition (Tsonga will be a real challenge) but he's already achieved my hopes for him which were to reach the second week.  Anything else will be a bonus, and whatever happens next I'm quite sure we will see more and more improvement over the coming months.  



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Posted 19 January 2014 - 01:19 AM

I know it is all too easy to criticise from the comfort of an armchair, but one thing about Roger's game that I have noticed, and it was evident again in this match at times, is that whilst his opponent plays the court and has Roger running and stretching to reach balls he tends to return them straight back to his opponent, instead of making him run across court too, which, like the Robredo match at the US Open last year, rather makes a rod for his own back. Talking of his back I do worry when I see him bending and reaching to make shots like this.


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The encouraging thing about this week is that Roger has not dropped a set so far and will hopefully still feel fresh as he enters the tougher and more testing challenges awaiting him in the second week, his first opponent being Jo-Wilfred Tsonga.


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I am sure that with the aid of his team he will be well prepared and let's hope his body holds out and the weather remains cooler :)



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Posted 19 January 2014 - 02:37 AM

Federer's 1st service of the match ----

 

 

 


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Posted 19 January 2014 - 02:39 AM

Frankly i was waiting for Wendy post  :) was wondering why Wendy delayed in reply!!


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Posted 19 January 2014 - 03:55 AM

Frankly i was waiting for Wendy post :) was wondering why Wendy delayed in reply!!



I'm touched by your thoughtfulness Sausan :) These days it takes me a while to get into gear again after a "night shift". :rolleyes:

I wonder what happened with that first serve? Not seen Roger start a match like that before, it did make me anxious for a while, hoping he was OK

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Posted 19 January 2014 - 04:19 AM

A couple of HD video clips from the second set ...


Only Roger can do - Half Volley Drive Backhand




Nice Defensive Work by Federer



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