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Friday, 12 October 2018

Federer's incredible backhand winner stuns Nishikori


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Roger Federer has proven once again that age is merely just a number, leaving commentators and fans stunned with a stupendous winner against Kei Nishikori.

Federer's winner came with the scores tied at five games apiece in the second set as Nishikori attempted to make his way back into the contest at the Shanghai Masters.

Following Federer's incredible passing shot, Nishikori was left with no option but to simply throw his racket in the air in frustration.

“Get out of here! Can you believe that?” commentator Robbie Koenig exclaimed.



Koenig's co-commentator praised Federer for the incredible winner, saying it took extreme guesswork and skill from the Swiss maestro.

“Well he’s had to take a punt here, guess the right way,” he said.

“But he still had to make this one. That wasn’t easy, over the high part of the net.”

The 20-time Grand Slam winner wound up taking the game out in straight sets, overcoming Nishikori 6-4 7-6 (7-4) and setting up a semi-final clash with 13th seed Borna Coric who defeated unseeded Australian Matthew Ebden. 

Roger Federer has proven once again that age is merely just a number, leaving commentators and fans stunned with a stupendous winner against Kei Nishikori.

Federer's winner came with the scores tied at five games apiece in the second set as Nishikori attempted to make his way back into the contest at the Shanghai Masters.

Following Federer's incredible passing shot, Nishikori was left with no option but to simply throw his racket in the air in frustration.

“Get out of here! Can you believe that?” commentator Robbie Koenig exclaimed.



Koenig's co-commentator praised Federer for the incredible winner, saying it took extreme guesswork and skill from the Swiss maestro.

“Well he’s had to take a punt here, guess the right way,” he said.

“But he still had to make this one. That wasn’t easy, over the high part of the net.”

The 20-time Grand Slam winner wound up taking the game out in straight sets, overcoming Nishikori 6-4 7-6 (7-4) and setting up a semi-final clash with 13th seed Borna Coric who defeated unseeded Australian Matthew Ebden. 

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