The Swiss end of Monte Carlo Rolex Masters won Stanislas Wawrinka over former world number one Roger Federer in three sets that lasted 2 hours 13 minutes. With this title Wawrinka adds his first Masters 1000 crown and his second victory over his compatriot in fourteen games, plus repeat victory in this same track in 2009. Maintain why the number three ranking.
In what would be the first purely Swiss final since 2000, Federer and Wawrinka struggled to win the first one of the two Masters 1000 which are lacking in your collection (besides Rome) and the second by getting his first title this category, which would make this 2014 undoubtedly his best professional year because he also made his first tournament best in Australia.
An even match, both dominating the first service but having trouble working with the second, there were only 3 occasions to break – two for Federer – the former world number one could realize later take the set 6-4. Read more »