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Roger Federer Vs Novak Djokovic 6 – 6 | India Men’s Singles – IPTL Tennis 12/2014 | Tennis Champions | TennisChampions.com

Roger Federer Vs Novak Djokovic 6 – 6 | India Men’s Singles – IPTL Tennis 12/2014

Posted on December 31, 2014 
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25 Responses to “Roger Federer Vs Novak Djokovic 6 – 6 | India Men’s Singles – IPTL Tennis 12/2014”

  1. boo Jay on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Wow, what a lame finish. So Federer won, then they brought them back on
    court just so Djokovic wouldn’t cry like a baby? Dumb rule.?

  2. Beechaii2 on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    What I find intriguing about this match is that it was probably the most
    serious one of the IPTL so far. Both players are attacking the ball and
    playing quick rallies. I’d still call it a glorified exhibition, but I
    think Federer has proven he definitely had the form to beat Djokovic at the
    WTF finals had he not tweaked his back. ?

  3. Anwar Sadat on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Both Djoko and Federer are great players and also very good human beings.
    I am glad the era of 70s/80/90s is over. I like this era where people win
    or lose are friends on and off the courts and have a smile on their faces
    soon afterwards.?

  4. 93football4life on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    you cant tell this was a exhibition match, they played like it was a
    Masters Final or something. ?

  5. ToomcioZioomcio on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    32:49 Novak Djokovic – The Smash Choker, as always.?

  6. Tennis Full Match on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Subscribe me, I will upload the final match in UAE. 11/12/2014?

  7. yuueebutuoy on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Djokovic should just hit the ball towards Federer’s body when he’s
    volleying. Federer does that all the time. Djoko is just too much of a
    gentleman?

  8. Roland Supersaw on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Federer is bad at net.. Djokovic pass him on regular basis?

  9. Anthony Sant on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Federer decided he wanted to play this like a Grand Slam Final. Djokovic
    eventually seemed to realize that and upped his level but frequently he’s
    hitting the ball at about 60% power. Federer, on the other hand, was
    playing exactly like he would play any match and looked to me as if he were
    trying to show Djokovic up. Not a particularly classy move for a virtually
    meaningless exhibition.?

  10. bob gonzalez on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Let me just say this… Federer is such a bore sometimes! I mean cmon!
    This was an exhibition match for crying out loud and he was going all hard
    on Novak instead of having some good ol fun and try to entertain the crowd
    rather than go for the win! Sports are meant to be fun too and not just a
    fight to the death for the win. If Federer wasnt so freakin stuck up they
    would have given this crowd a much better show. Same with Nadal! Show your
    human side robots! I like Fed and Nadal as tennis players but Nole leads
    the scoreboard as a more humble down-to-earth guy. They could learn from
    him :) ?

  11. senorgato70 on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    What’s happened to Federer’s driving backhand over the years? If you watch
    older videos of him, the takeback on his backhand was more linear and the
    shot was more penetrating, and the travel after the bounce was more
    significant. These days, his takeback is more upright, and alot of his
    backhand drives fall short and have little penetration and the ball sits up
    for his opponents. It seriously used to be a shot that would rival the
    world’s best one-handed backhands, but today it pales in comparison to
    Gasquet’s and Wawrinka’s.
    This was something similar to his once-very-potent forehand. Over the
    years, his preparation became more open-faced and upright, and he started
    making tons more errors and the ball was sitting up for opponents to
    pounce. He’s recently adjusted that again with a more closed-faced
    takeback and the shot is back to being a more consistent and potent shot,
    but still lacking some of his old explosiveness.?

  12. sanjapkoki on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Why are people standing and moving around. Very unsettled and rowdy
    crowd.Air filled with smoke. No doubt tennis is not popular in India. ?

  13. celso guzman on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    you are nuts,NADAL NOLE ARE THE BEST PLAYER EVER,;THIS IS THE NEW ERA OF
    TENNIS,NOT INCLUDING NISHIKORY,WARINKA,GRYGOR DIMITROT,MURRAY…?

  14. Vishal p on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Great Crowd. There were a few idiots who couldn’t stop themselves shouting
    and whistling during the play unlike most of the other people who were
    trying to keep quite and again cheer as the game finishes. India is a
    rising venue for all sports including F-1. People who jealous may not like
    these events happening in India. Love to be part of this beautiful country
    and I love my country very much. ?

  15. E Monsoon on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Constant yelling and moving of people even during match play must be taxing
    the concentration of all the players to the max. This aint cricket people :) ?

  16. Doctor Garbonzo on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    It’s Great to see these Living Legends participating in smaller events
    like this other than Majors & Championships?

  17. ??? on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    stop yelling during playing?

  18. Sterkan93 on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Boris Becker standing like a body guard during the whole match…?

  19. UchihABitachi on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    LmAO @ 28:20. They threw in the time-out on Djokovic’s serve for the BM
    and were laughing hysterically about it. Bahahah!!?

  20. HONEY SINGH on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    players are soo much distracting!!!!!
    plzzz dont yelling!!!!this is not cricket!!!!?

  21. smashu2 on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    I just watch the clock at 34:31 there is 21 sec on the clock so technically
    Federer should have to play the point. But at the same time I think the
    rule should be for next season that if there is any amount of time left you
    have to play a last point. The tie break should not be over until when the
    point finish there is no time left on the clock. ?

  22. iMaxiNfiniPh0ne on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Y a que les arabes qui peuvent se permettre d’ouvrir leurs gueules durant
    les points/jeter des serviettes sur le court/mettre de la musique a fond de
    balle quand un magnifique point est remporté, et j’en passe… On voit très
    bien que les joueurs en on clairement rat le bol de ces cris permanent. Le
    tennis est un sport qui demande une concentration extrême, mais ces animaux
    dans le stade ne peuvent pas comprendre cela.

    Traitez moi de raciste les rageux, je n’en ai strictement rien à foutre. Je
    ne fais que constater les choses.

    Ps: j’espère au moins que Roger et Novak avaient des boules quies!?

  23. rambayt on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Guess who is jealous of Indian Aces? Pakistani Double-Faults !?

  24. Dean Ryan Martin on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    The #IPTL match of the season. ?

  25. vultur311 on December 31st, 2014 1:01 pm

    Ended 6:6 Royals win.. Djokovic won, Federer lose.. Hatefull comments
    towards Novak doesn`t hold up?

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