Roger Federer beats Rafael Nadal to win Miami Open 2017 "Match Highlights HD"

Roger Federer continued his recent mastery of Rafa Nadal when he beat his great rival 6-3 6-4 in the final of the Miami Open on Sunday.

Federer, peerless this year after returning from a 6-month injury absence last year, broke once in each set on the Crandon Park hardcourt for his fourth consecutive victory over Rafa. Nadal still leads their career head-to-head record at 23-14, due entirely to his superiority on clay, but Federer now leads 10-9 on hardcourt.
Federer leads 19-1 this year, winning the Australian Open in five sets over Nadal, and Indian wells in straight sets over Stan Wawrinka, while his only loss was against Evgeny Donskoy in the second round in Dubai. 

Roger Federer is now closing down on Ivan Lendl's number of Open Era titles... 109: Jimmy Connors
94: Ivan Lendl 91: Roger Federer 77: John McEnroe
69: Rafa Nadal

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Federer: I never expected this and I hope to face Nadal in Miami

Roger Federer has said that he expected from his Spanish counterpart Rafael Nadal a great level at theMiami Masters,

"I certainly hope to play the final against Nadal ... because he plays very well and I hope he will be a tough competitor on this ground," Federer told the media before the tournament, which will end on April 2.
The Swiss player said miami's ground could make Nadal's strikes dangerous,  meaning that the Spaniard would have time to take defensive positions.
Federer, who has won a total of 90  titles , said he is very happy to win over the top 10 players after the 2016 season, which was complicated for him.

Federer hopes to share the title of the Australian Open with Nadal"Match Highlights Video"

Roger Federer sad because of the absence of a tie in a game of tennis pointing out that he would have been happy if he shared the title of the Australian Open with Rafael Nadal after the historic final match between the two on the championship title today.

Federer 18 Grand slams back strongly to the podium at major tournaments and scored his fifth title at the Australian Open by beating precious 6/4 and 3/6 and 6/1 and 3/6 and 6/3 on the traditional arch-rivals Nadal today in the final match of the tournament.

Federer said: "I know that there are no draws in tennis matches, but if there were draws, i have honor to share the title with Nadal, because he deserve this tournament also."

 "I do not have words to express my current feeling, none of us expected to reach the final of this tournament, but we fought after several months of suffering from injury," Roger Federer said.

He added: "I hope to meet you again next year, if I could not, my participation in this…

Roger Federer I want to win over the Big Players

In statements following his participation in the Australian Open 2017,Roger Federer said that his goal is always to win tournaments and over big players.

"I want to win over the big players, Novak, Nadal, Murray, and Stan ... I want to win in the big tournaments, that's my goal for the rest of my tennis career." Said Roger Federer.

And in his speech about the subject of his retirement if this didn't happen Roger Federer said:
"If this does not happen, there will be the same question , is it time to retire? ... My answer would be definitely No"

It is noteworthy that the first match for Roger Federer in the Australian Open 2017 will be on Monday.

Rafael Nadal wins fourth Mubadala World Tennis Championship title"Match Highlights Video"

Rafael Nadal, who ended his 2016 season early in October to focus on fully rehabilitating a left wrist injury, looked sharp and strong again throughout the tournament in Abu Dhabi, beating Tomas Berdych in the quarter-final and Milos Raonic in the semi-Final to reach his fifth final.

The Spaniard, 30, was given his sternest test in the final by an opponent who has become a fan favourite this week. Goffin, 26, has been in fine form in the capital, dispatching Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Andy Murray en route to his showdown in Abu Dhabi with Nadal.

"I am very happy to return to competition. These three days have been good for me. I play a good level during these three days, it will be very good for me for the rest of the season." said Rafael Nadal after his amtch against david Goffin.

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Andy Murray among British Olympians celebrated in New Year honors list

The sporting elite made up 10% of the honors handed out by the British monarch this year. Knighthoods were handed to Andy Murray and Mo Farah, while Katherine Grainger and Jessica Ennis-Hill became dames.

Murray "29 years " has capped off a remarkable year, becoming Great Britain's youngest modern knight at the age of 29. Andy Murray reached three of the four Grand Slam finals and ended the year as world number one .He won Olympic gold for the second time.

"Obviously it is the highest honor you can get in this country. But I feel like I'm too young for something like that," he said on Friday before the announcement.

Del Potro announce his withdrawal from the Australian Open 2017

Juan Martin del Potro, Confirmed announce his withdrawal from the Australian Open 2017, Del Potro hinted recently that he may miss all tournaments which will be held in January.

Del Potro said " we still have only 15 days before the start of the Australian Open, and this time is not enough for me to analyze my priorities."

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