Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Robin Soderling VS Roger Federer US OPEN lisve streaming

(1)Roger Federer(SUI)
VS (12)Robin Soderling(SWE)

Roger FedererRobin Soderling
On Court Sep 9 2009 09:00 GMT

Aug 8 1981
6'1'' / Right Handed
695-144 (66-11)
64 (6)
1 (HI of 1 on Feb 2 2004)

W-L (last 12 mths)
Titles (last 12 mths)

Aug 14 1984
6'2'' / Right Handed
300-173 (53-19)
9 (3)
12 (HI of 11 on Jul 20 2009)

Roger Federer hammers Tommy Robredo in straight sets on Monday afternoon at the U.S. Open. Next up for Federer is familiar foe Robin Soderling.

It's no secret that Roger Federer often heats up as he goes deeper and deeper into Grand Slams. This U.S. Open appears to be no different.

After three comfortable but far from outstanding wins, Federer put on a stellar display of tennis to blast Tommy Robredo 7-5, 6-2, 6-2 in fourth-round action on Monday afternoon. Federer needed just one hour and 48 minutes to set up a quarterfinal showdown with Robin Soderling.

Robredo managed to stay on serve throughout most of the first set, but he got broken at 5-5 and it was all but over after that. Federer promptly served out the opening frame of play and it was full steam ahead for the world No. 1 the rest of the way.

Federer saved two break points in the first set and did the same in the second, using two breaks of his own to seize a two-set lead in routine fashion. The top-seeded Swiss was even more dominant in the third, losing a mere two points in four service games. Federer finished his opponent off in style by making just three unforced errors over the final eight games of the match.

"Once I got the lead, I could also hit a bit more freely," Federer explained. "That didn't allow him to play his game anymore. I got on top of him and played good tennis."

"When we got to the 5-all, he just broke me and then he start playing very aggressive and very easy for him everything," said Robredo. "So he was playing so good. When he plays like this, it's tough."

Roger Federer will face Robin Soderling in the quarterfinals. Soderling advanced when Nikolay Davydenko retired with a leg injury one game into the fourth set.