Andy Murray’s Toronto Magic: Take Down Roger Federer to Retain Title

Andy Murray’s Toronto Magic: Take Down Roger Federer to Retain Title

Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray reached the semi-finals of the Masters 1000 in Toronto 2010, proving their continued dominance. Andy Murray did everything possible to win his 15th ATP title. and fifth at the Masters 1000, beating Rafael Nadal in the semifinals and Roger Federer in the title race..

So Andy became a rare player to beat Roger and Rafa in the same event. And the first to defend the Canadian Open since Andre Agassi in 1995. Reaching the final in the rain was hard work. Still, Andy emerged victorious following a 7-5, 7-5 victory over Roger in two hours and five minutes..

The Englishman claimed a seventh victory over the Swiss in 12 encounters, the first since Indian Wells in 2009. Andy struggled on his first serve. And Roger can’t take advantage of that. He created four breakout chances and three steals from his opponent’s serve. Federer struggled after the first shot. Score over 40% drop and play with 10 broken break chances.

He had 5 heartbreaks after making nearly 30 mistakes, ending up losing and missing his third Toronto crown after 2004 and 2006. Andy had 24 wins and mistakes that didn’t. 24 more times at the same time Roger stood in a negative ratio of 20-31, unable to set his shots and gain the shortest advantage of the match.

Murray got off to a perfect start. The record was broken in the first game of the encounter following Federer’s error and held 15th, winning serve in the next game. Roger hasn’t entered the zone yet. He served again in the third game after a backhand error sent the opponents 3-0 up.

Andy Murray beat Roger Federer 7-5, 7-5 in the 2010 Toronto Final.

The Swiss began to climb back in the fourth game after lovingly snapping England.

Roger hits a serve winner on the next ball to get closer to his opponent. The forehand winner pushed Murray 4-2 ahead before Federer cut the deficit. hoping to have more chances to return They didn’t come in the eighth game. as Andy holds on after Roger’s backhand mistake. causing the Swiss to serve to stay in the opening

Federer held on 30th to reduce the deficit to 5-4 and grab the needed break minutes later after Murray’s double mistake while serving in the set. instead of extending it Roger lost the game at 5-5 and spewed a forward error to gift Andy.

The British did everything right this time. Causing Federer to miss his backhand, taking the set 7-5 in the 47th minute and gaining momentum. It started to rain heavily from the start of the second set. Roger suffers from a lack of rhythm before Andy. Spray a forehand error in game five to get yourself a foothold and break down.

They had to be out on the field for almost an hour. Federer pulled the brakes back in Game 6 as they returned to score at 3-3 and gained momentum. A forehand winner sent Roger a 4-3 lead before Andy held a good position with the serve winner to keep himself on the positive side.

Federer focused and closed out the ninth game with a forehand drive volley winner, but Murray shouldn’t be denied. By bringing home the tenth game with a no return serve. And prepare yourself for the crucial game of all the encounters.

Roger fell under pressure in Game 11 and Andy defeated him with the winning volley after a well-constructed strike that earned him the title. Federer had a chance to prolong the set and the match, however, he missed a clean forehand that might have given him two breaks in the 12th game.

Still, he was given one last chance to reach the tie-break. But Murray declined with an ace. The Englishman fired another strong serve for match point. Lose a point when his drop ball doesn’t go through the net. Andy’s second championship point was the lucky winner celebrating his first ATP title since Valencia 2009..

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