Rogers Cup 2014: Tsonga beats Federer

On August 10, 2014 we could enjoy the Rogers Cup final between Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Tsonga beat Federer in two sets 7-5, 7-6 (3). Before that he defeated two others from the Big Four – Novak Djokovic (6-2, 6-2) and Andy Murray (7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-4). Tsonga just didn’t have the chance to play against the 4th one – Rafael Nadal as he was ruled out because of the wrist injury.

There were big hopes for Roger to win his 3rd Rogers Cup and 80th title. But it didn’t happen as Tsonga played very well, showed some aggressive moments and, in general, he moved pretty well on a court. Throughout the whole tournament, he dropped only one set.
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After the match Tsonga was rather speechless. It was hard for him to believe that he has won, “I don’t know what to say. It’s amazing to be here in front of you guys. Anyway, thank you for everything and this will stay in my mind forever.” Obviously, he was very happy with his achievement. Before Toronto, Jo was ranked 15th; now he is back in the top ten.

As to Federer, he didn’t look that broken even though it was the 4th final he lost this year. He’s getting older and many experts believe that these are his last years of playing tennis. However, he had an open reaction to Jo’s victory. The truth is Tsonga really deserved it. Moreover, Roger is pretty optimistic about the upcoming events, “I go away from this feeling good about my chances next week and also at the US Open.” Many say that the positive attitude plays a big role in one’s achievements. So we may expect strong results from Roger any time soon. If you believe in him, then you can try a bet with William Hill bookie. For example, what title will be the 80th for Roger? US Open? Or maybe Basel? Try your luck with one of the best bookies and you’ll not regret it.

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