Swiss Roger Federer broke a losing streak against Serbian Novak Djokovic who was not due from the end of the 2012 Cincinnati Masters on Friday at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.
A high level match where Federer – Five-time champion – renewed his prime tennis from the second half of the second set and finally prevailed in three sets.
The duel expected between two idols of the white sport, two former number one in the world and multiple Grand Slam winners. Djokovic started lightning breaking in the second game by 2-0. Stronger and with better control in trade, taking advantage of the lack of first serves from Federer, would take control of the set to 6-3. Read more »