The world No. 1 was rarely troubled by 50th-ranked Haase on the temporary clay court in Amsterdam as he comfortably sealed victory and Switzerland team's return to the World Group next year.
"I felt like I was always somewhat in control," Federer said, in an understatement.
These match stats will prove to you, why I referred to Federer's statement as an understatement.
Federer and countryman Stanislas Wawrinka won their opening singles on Friday, and lost in doubles on Saturday to Haase and Jean-Julien Rojer.
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