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Australian Open Day Seven: Roger Federer Stunned In Four-Set Thriller

Presented by BARILLA: Greek rising star Stefanos Tsitsipas has set the men’s draw on fire after defeating reigning champion Roger Federer without dropping his serve once. Ubitennis’ Vanni Gibertini and Ben Rothenberg from the New York Times looks at the potential implications of the loss.

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(VIDEO) Roger Federer, Alexander Zverev Guide Europe To Laver Cup Glory

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta reflects on Europe’s triumph in the team competition.

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Another edition of the Laver Cup has been decided in the final match. Alexander Zverev ousted Milos Raonic after Roger Federer’s victory over John Isner. The victory extends Europe’s unbeaten record to three consecutive years. In 2020 the event returns to America and will be hosted in Boston.

 

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(VIDEO) Roger Federer Edges Kyrgios To Continue European Charge At Laver Cup

UBI Tennis Founder Ubaldo Scanagatta and Canadian Tennis journalist John Horn discuss Roger Federer’s win over Nick Kyrgios at the Laver Cup.

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Roger Federer edged Nick Kyrgios on Saturday at the Laver Cup as Team Europe look for a third title. 

 

In a thrilling contest Roger Federer edged Nick Kyrgios 6-7(5) 7-5 10-7 to extend Team Europe’s lead and put them closer to a third consecutive title.

This was after John Isner’s win at the start of the day to put Team World level with Team Europe for the first time in Laver Cup history after beating Alexander Zverev.

UBI Tennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta and Canadian tennis analyst John Horn discuss Roger Federer’s win and Team Europe’s chances of retaining the Laver Cup.

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(VIDEO) US Open Day 14: Rafael Nadal Ends The Tournament With An Extraordinary Win

It was fitting that the last match of this year’s New York grand slam should be the most epic.

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Chief Editor Ubaldo Scanagatta and Hall of Famer Steve Flink reflect on the Men’s Final after an almost five-hour battle between Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev.

 

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