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Federer swept away a rival in Indian Wells

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Roger Federer qualified for the 1/2-final tournament in Indian Wells. World No. 1 clearly defeated Korean Hung Chong in a quarter-final clash with 7:5, 6:1 in less than an hour and a half. This is the 16th consecutive success for the Swiss since the start of the season and the 61st in this tournament. The first set was equivalent, with the Maestro taking the lead first with a breakthrough in the second game. But then Hongyong Chong managed to make a 3:2 break and then even the score. Then the two of them made their way to the decisive 12th game in which the Korean collapsed again and allowed a second break for 7:5. There was only one player in the second set in the court and it was Federer. He did what he wanted and allowed Hung Chong to win only one game predicted by soccer scores of prestige.

The Maestro has scored 12 aces in this match, while his rival failed to make one. Federer scored 67% for the first serve, while the Korean was not convincing on this score with only 53% of first-ranked players. In the next round, Federer will face Croatian Borna Chorich, who defeated Kevin Anderson in three sets (2:6, 6:4, 7:6).

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