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Federer stepped down in the quarterfinals of Rome, Nadal tied the third draw



Swiss tennis player Roger Federer has canceled his performance against Stefanos Tsitsipas in the quarter-finals of Rome, meaning that the 20-year-old Greek athlete, without a fight, had first place in the semifinals of the Sand Master. Rafael Nadal, who beat fellow countryman Fernando Verdasco with 6: 4 and 6: 0, also made a good start.

Roger FedererPHOTO: AP

Roger Federer on Thursday, just like other tennis players played two bets after Wednesday's rain was not played in Rome. Particularly strenuous was a bribe against Borni Corić, where in the extended series of the third set, the Swiss saved two last balls from Croats. The two-way play clearly left the consequences while Federer bounced backwards Stefanos Tsitsipasuhe resigned due to an injury to his right leg.

They also ranked in the semi-final Diego Schwartzman, which surprisingly smoothly defeated the Japanese Keia Nisikorija (6: 4 and 6: 2), and Rafael Nadal. The sandy king removed the weary 6: 4 and 6: 0 guy Fernanda Verdasca, who spent nearly five hours on the field on Wednesday. & # 39; Tabasco & # 39; resisted well in the first set, where he even headed 3: 1, but Nadal disarmed him and got a first set of 6: 4. In the second show, Verdasco already showed visible signs of fatigue, used by Majorce and a tie to him (6: 0). Another third out of the third billing in Rome this year. In the semi-final he will go with Tsitsipas.

The quarterfinals of the quarterfinals in the women's match were canceled by the first player in the world Naomi Osaka, which means that she was ranked first in the semi-final Kiki Bertens, the winner of the last tournament in Madrid. Osaka surrendered as a result of an injury to his right hand.

Results of ATP Masters, quarterfinals:

Novak Djokovic (Srb / 1) – Juan Martin Del Potro (Arg / 7)

Diego Schwartzman (Arg) – Kei Nisikori (Japanese / 6) 6: 4, 6: 2

Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece / 8)– Roger Federer (Switzerland / 3) B. B.

Rafael Nadal (Spain / 2)– Fernando Verdasco (Spain) 6: 4: 6: 0


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