Tennis Player Roger Federer shocked by world No.116 Evgeny Donskoy’s victory at Dubai Open


Tennis Champion Roger Federer lost the match by 3-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (5) against Russian player Evgeny Donskoy at Dubai Tennis Championships on Wednesday.

Recently, Federer won his 18th Grand Slam title at the but this time he could not able to won the match despite of his brilliant performance.

“I astonished everybody I think today,” Donskoy said. “Whoever win against Roger shocks himself, I think.” He included.

“It was truly intense before all else, in light of the fact that it was a lot of weight,” Donskoy said. “Since it’s Roger, and I never at any point rehearse with him.”

In the second set, Federer won the match against Donskoy to take the match to third set. On the other hand, in the sixth game of third set, Donskoy’s could not able to won the game against Roger Federer.

“I had my odds,” Federer said. “I ought to some way or another nearby it out. Don’t know how it escaped, yet he did exceptionally well, and definitely, it’s a harsh one, without a doubt.”

Last year, Roger Federer omitted tournament because of arthroscopic knee surgery.

“I felt, on the off chance that he needs to continue playing, I’m cheerful to continue playing,” Federer said. “I would not like to hold up. It wasn’t simply, similar to, dull. It was recently darker.”

In the quarterfinals round, Donskoy will face off seventh-seeded Lucas Pouille, who beat Marius Copil by 6-1, 6-4.

“It’s hard to judge this one, since I could have won in two and I’d be as of now nearly hitting the pad now pondering Pouille,” Federer said. “Be that as it may, now here I’m clarifying what didn’t go well.”