吼 小費 你真是讓我太緊張了!
我還以為 哇 小費是太high了嗎
Match elapsed time: 1h29min 35min 54min
FEDERER Roger (1) ／ BERDYCH Tomas (17)
1st Serve %: 61 ／ 44
Aces: 11 ／ 4
Service Winner: 8 ／ 6
Double Faults: 3 ／ 4
1st Serve Points Won: 32 ／ 20
1st Serve Winning%: 86 ／ 61
2nd Serve Points Won: 12 ／ 22
2nd Serve Winning%: 50 ／ 52
Break Points Converted: 3 ／ 2
Break Points Opportunities: 9 ／ 3
Break Point Conversion: 33 ／ 67
Net Points Won: 8 ／ 8
Net Points Played: 10 ／ 13
Net Points Winning%: 80 ／ 62
Total Points Won: 77 ／ 59
Winners: 18 ／ 14
Unforced Errors: 32 ／ 36
Forehand Winners: 14 ／ 12
Backhand Winners : 4 ／ 2
Volley Winners: 5 ／ 5
小費在做什麼 竟然敢這樣對主審 口||
小費的袋子 一直都是放桌上的 他的隊友則放地上 ㄎㄎ
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Federer avenges Olympic defeat
AP - Aug 13, 6:36 am EDT
Olympics Gallery BEIJING (AP)—Perhaps Roger Federer’s not washed up yet.
Signaling his recent tailspin may be over, Federer avenged a defeat four years ago at the Olympics by beating Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic 6-3, 7-6 (4) Wednesday to reach the quarterfinals.
It was Federer’s biggest victory since he lost to Rafael Nadal in an epic Wimbledon final last month.
Federer wept after losing to Berdych in the second round at the Athens Games in 2004. This time he was shouting “Yes!” and punching the air after he smacked a service winner on match point to finish off Berdych.
“Of course you have memories of such a big tournament and losing,” Federer said. “He’s a good player. So I’m very happy with this win, because I think this was the first true test in this tournament.”
Federer will next face No. 8 James Blake, who advanced by beating No. 10 Gilles Simon of France 6-4, 6-2. Blake, the lone U.S. male to survive the first round of singles, is 0-8 against Federer and has won only one of their 22 sets.
“If he’s too good for me, he’s too good for me,” Blake said. “Every time at the beginning of each match, I’ve felt like I could come out on top.”
Blake is part of an American team that has gone 11-0 the past two days. The Bryan brothers won in doubles, as did Lindsay Davenport and Liezel Huber.
Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka won their doubles match, which finished at 11 p.m. Federer then complained about a schedule that will require him to play 11 matches in seven days if he keeps winning.
“I find it a little bit ridiculous,” Federer said. “I don’t understand why we don’t play such a big tournament over 10 days maybe. I think this is asking just a little bit too much.”
Nadal and doubles partner Tommy Robredo lost to Lleyton Hewitt and Chris Guccione of Australian 6-2, 7-6 (5).
納豆竟然輸掉double了 這樣他的負擔減少了 = =
In the day’s showcase match, Federer broke Berdych for a 4-2 lead in the first set and let out a guttural “hmmmpf,” sounding as though he was lifting a heavy load off his shoulders. Which is exactly what he’s trying to do in Beijing.
The stylish Swiss seeks his first medal after getting shut out at Sydney and Athens. He’s also trying to end a slump that has left him without a major title this year, stalling his career total at 12, two shy of Pete Sampras’ record.
Federer hit three aces in the final game of the first set, but his serve briefly went haywire two games later. He had three double-faults—more than he often hits in an entire match—and fell behind 3-0.
But those were his only double-faults, and he otherwise served well, breaking back in the fifth game and holding the rest of the way. In the tiebreaker he rallied from 3-1 down while hitting three service winners and his 11th ace.
Since losing to Berdych in Athens, Federer has beaten the Czech seven consecutive times while losing only one set.
“I got it out of my system, I guess, the first time I beat him,” Federer said. “It was nice to get him back, I guess, on the Olympic level.”
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THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.
Q. Can you explain how you saw your singles match today? Seemed to be playing fantastic against Tomas today.
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, I thought I did play a good match. Wish I didn't have the break of serve where I served three double-faults. You know, that's quite unusual. Other than that, I thought it was a good performance. I moved well, played good from the baseline, was solid on the return. That's really what I could hope for.
Conditions were really, really humid out there again, so it made it tricky to play. But I think maybe Tomas helped a little bit in the second set, not serving very well on his first serve. But I was able to break his serve down a little bit by returning it really well. So I'm very happy with this win because I think this was the first true test in this tournament.
Q. I know you have a nice winning streak going against Tomas the last few years. But how much was the 2004 match on your mind going into this, if at all?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, we've played plenty of times in between, obviously. But, of course, you have memories of such a big tournament and losing. I got it out of my system I guess the first time I beat him again. You know, I think it was Hamburg I beat him 1-2. But it was clay obviously.
I mean, it was nice to get him back I guess on the Olympic level. But I think it must have been maybe a little bit hard for him as well, right? He beat me four years ago, and after he's the guy who beat Roger Federer at the Olympics for a year. Sort of what happened to me after I beat Sampras at Wimbledon.
You know, it can play on your mind a little bit. But I guess he followed up pretty good. But I think he's still got some potential left. He's a good player. That's why I'm quite relieved I got through this tough third round.
Q. If we talk on Monday, looking back, you've won an Olympic medal, do you think it's going to be more in singles or doubles?
ROGER FEDERER: Look, I don't know. Chances are -- am I in the quarterfinals in singles, as well? Both quarters. Yeah, I mean, we've been playing well in doubles. Obviously now our opponents are getting more difficult in singles and doubles. In doubles, obviously we've got some very experienced players in the next round. In singles, James is always extremely dangerous to play against, even though I have a great streak against him.
If I would have to bet my house on it, I probably would bet on the singles, but you never know. Doubles, everything is possible, especially at the moment.
Q. Do you feel still fresh, playing singles and doubles?
ROGER FEDERER: No, I'm pulling out tomorrow, singles and doubles. I'm leaving (laughter).
No, I feel fine. Matches haven't been that tough. I've been only playing straight sets. Of course, it's hot. We finished late. But we can sleep in. Matches don't start till 4. That's the only positive side.
I find it a little bit ridiculous that we're playing maybe 13 matches in seven days, to be honest. You know, I know it rained the first day. But quite honestly, I don't understand why we don't play such a big tournament over 10 days maybe. That's the only regret I have at the moment because I think this is asking just a little bit too much and too much trouble.
Q. You play singles and doubles. You might get yourself exhausted. What about US Open? What is your plan on the US Open?
ROGER FEDERER: My plan? To win.
I don't know. I mean, have a good time in New York, party, Broadway shows, good restaurants, hang out with some friends I haven't seen for a year. Yeah, I mean that's the plan.
No, I mean, I'm at the Olympic Games right now. I'm trying to win medals here, then we'll see how the US Open goes. But the thing I know is as soon as this is over, I'm going to the US Open to prepare as good as I can. So I'm ready to win the last Grand Slam of the year.
Q. Stan, what is it like for you? You're the second guy alongside the great star here. How are you enjoying the experience of going for a realistic medal with Roger?
STANISLAS WAWRINKA: Of course, for me it's my first Olympics, so it's a great experience to be in the village and have the chance to play with Roger. So honestly I just enjoy to be there and to play the doubles with him.
Q. Besides having to towel off all the time and wear wristbands, you said something about the humidity made it tricky to play. How does it do that other than you're wet all the time?
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, the racquet gets wet, grip gets wet, slippery. I mean, except in Dubai in practice, I never have to towel off basically after every point I play. We're talking maybe, you know, rallies are pretty short here considering. That makes it hard, just having the proper feeling on the grip. Thank God I change my racquet very often so the grip gets fresh again.
But, you know, just being I guess wet all over, sweat in your eyes, it's just a bit tricky. But I've gotten used to it over the years, whereas in the beginning this would have been unbearable for me. I really struggled in the humidity when I was younger.
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