Federer won the Miami Open for the fourth time
Yesterday, Roger Federer showed a brilliant performance in the Miami Open final when he beat John Isner 2-0 to win the league for the fourth time.
The 2019 Miami Open final took place in a quick and unexpected way. Roger Federer turned John Isner into a former king after just 64 minutes.
Right in the first game of the match, the Swiss player had a break after Isner’s consecutive errors. Federer’s playing style on the net worked with good hand-to-hand strikes that helped him have a good game.
On the other side of the net, Isner is no longer himself. He did not take advantage of powerful serve and lost 2 more breaks. “Express train” quickly got a 6-1 victory in the first set.
Coming to set 2, the game gradually becomes balanced. Isner was believed to be able to pull Federer into the series tie-break. However, the homeowners finally lost in the 10th game of the match, thereby receiving the final defeat.
“Breaking the game right at the beginning is like a dream, helping me relieve the pressure. A great week for me. I’m very happy now. I can’t believe it. I played here for the first time in 1999 and is here right now.” – Federer shared after the game.
It was a great performance by Federer. The 37-year-old player only lost 3 points of delivery in a total of 35 points in the match. The athlete finally glowed with the 101st title in his career at the age of 37.
A week after losing to Dominic Thiem at the Indian Wells finals, Federer was able to be happy again in Miami. This is the fourth title of the Swiss player at the tournament, the Masters 1000th championship and the 101st title in his career.