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Roger Federer vs Nadal Miami 2017 video highlights – Swiss wins, photos, Twitter reactions

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Miami: Another great win for the prodigy. Roger Federer, the 35-year-old indefatigable, ageless master of tennis once again amazed one and all by beating Rafael Nadal in Miami Open and winning the title. Other than the great victory, it was the style of the victory that mesmerized almost everyone.

Roger Federer is unlike any other player in the tennis world these days. He has defied age and has beaten injuries to make many unlikely comebacks that look super human. This year seems to be a wonder year for him. Despite remaining out of the tennis for around six months due to a spate of injuries, he clinched his 91st career title when he beat rival Rafa Nadal 6-3 6-4 in the Miami Open final on Sunday.





The Swiss national has amazed almost everyone, both his fans and detractors. He has outlived many of his opponents who at one time looked even better than him and has made remarkable returns one after the other to become a legend of sorts. He has won as many as 18 Grand Slam singles titles, the most in history for a male tennis player, and held the No. 1 spot in the ATP rankings for a total of 302 weeks. In majors, Federer has won seven Wimbledon titles, five Australian Open titles, five US Open titles and one French Open title. He has reached a record 28 men’s singles Grand Slam finals, including 10 in a row from the 2005 Wimbledon Championships to the 2007 US Open.

On Sunday, he was at his best. He broke once in each set for his fourth consecutive victory over Nadal, though the Spaniard still leads their career head-to-head record at 23-14, due entirely to his superiority on clay. Federer, now a three-time Miami winner, leads 10-9 on hardcourt. The 35-year-old Swiss, showing no sign of losing his edge, improved to 19-1 this year, winning the Australian Open in five sets over Nadal, and BNP Paribas Open in straight sets over fellow Swiss Stan Wawrinka.

After his massive win, Federer said, “What a start to the year. I can’t believe it. For me the dream continues…It was a very intense first set. It could have gone either way really and then the second set started slow from both sides. Eventually I got a few important (points) and played the right way like I have so many times this year”.

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