The Swiss great Roger Federer came back into the form after he beat the British number Two player Dan Evans to reach the fourth round in the ongoing US Open. The game took place at the Arthur Ashe Stadium and Federer beat 6-2, 6-2 and 6-1.
He was found to play with his usual fluency and came back from the defeats he had faced in his two previous matches. It may be worthwhile to notice that Roger Federer has been a five-time champion. He lost in the last 16 stages in the last year’s edition of US Open. He is seeded to play against the 15th seed David Goffin of Belgium on in the net round.
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The match was over in just under one hour and twenty minutes and the Briton was beaten. It should be noticeable that the match earned a distinction of being the shortest completed men’s match for the tournament.
Meanwhile, it was also suggested that Federer influenced the US Open to schedule the match against the Briton in the afternoon. Federer reacted angrily when this was suggested to him. He claimed that “I have heard this shit too often now. I’m sick and tired of it – that apparently I call the shots.”
The match was quite predictable enough. This was the second match that he was playing in under hours for Evans. He had beaten 25th seed Lucas Pouille from France on Thursday at 3 pm and had left the court at 6 pm. He had to play with Roger Federer the net day in the afternoon.