Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic became one of the biggest competitors in the history of Monte Carlo in 2006. In the draw, this was the first round of the game, Novak won 67th place, and only made the fifth Masters of his career to 1000. Roger won 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 in the first final of Monte Carlo and lost to Rafael. Rafael Nadal.
There are many exciting matches on both sides, which is really a reliable encounter. Federer led the first and third sets into the next round and avoided surprises. Djokovic is one of the most promising young players on the tour, ending the season with 40 ATP titles and a top 20. The Serb showed off all his shots in the second set, but could not be repeated in the next fight, which allowed Roger to control the account and move. They continue to the next round of competition. They made roughly the same number of electronic errors, and Novak pushed Federer to the limit, forcing his opponent to make almost twice as many errors.
However, this was not enough to interrupt him, because he lost stamina and energy in the decisive battle. Federer scored 53%, but only played two weak service games in the second set, and Novak played at least two times in the remaining return games. This continued to put pressure on the Serbs. Due to eleven breaks, the Serbs collapsed and lost 40% of their service points. He distracted eight of them and restricted the damage, but Roger was safe with three rests.
The Swiss led 22-14 (everyone only had one trump card, it is best to look at the number of unreturned rounds in the larger situation), while the court winner led 25-20. He has 12 winners on the right and 7 winners on the left, which is always important for strong basemen. In a recently released podcast.
Boris Becker expressed the hope that Roger Federer would not participate in unnecessary competitions because of his age. Boris Becker knows the necessary conditions to win at Wimbledon. The Germans believe that Roger Federer’s best chance to win another Grand Slam is SW19. “From my point of view, Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam, where you still have the best Becker said.” Becker pointed out that Federer hasn’t lost his passion for the sport. However, he warned that in the Swiss era, the recovery will be much slower.