Roger Federer defeats Frances Tiafoe in tiring US Open first round clash


19-time grand slam champion Roger Federer defeated Frances Tiafoe in five sets match in the US Open first round that was held yesterday.

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In the starting game, Swiss champion beat Tiafoe by 4-6 6-2 6-1 1-6 6-4 for the fourth time throughout his career.

Roger Federer sustained back injury during the final game. He appeared to be out of form in the initial game and in no way entered his finest form in his opener.

In New York match, Rafael Nadal and Tiafoe seem set for a comparatively simple way out ahead he came back to their right path in the fourth set.

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19-year-old American Tiafoe started dominating Roger Federer that seem to have a bang on him in the early hours. Federer did four effortless faults in the initial game.

In the opening set, Roger Federer smashed opponent player in the straight sets in Miami for the first time ever since 2003 that 19-time grand slam player had plunged a set in the first round at Flushing Meadows.

The game began to change in the second set as Roger Federer injury lead score to 3-1 and he tried to match the score ahead of taking early break in the third.

On the other hand, Tiafoe made several faults as Federer took power, just to give up it as Tiafoe – wholly against the run – raced through the fourth set.

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Tiafoe clinched only one point over Roger Federer in the fifth set ahead he abruptly broke gratitude to two forehand triumph to stay lively in the ninth game.