Roger Federer's 2018 unbeaten streak finally came to an end last night when the Swiss failed to convert three match points in a thrilling three-set defeat by Juan Martín del Potro in the final of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.
"I lost my serve a little bit, and then he was clean and I wasn't".
Del Potro is on a winning streak of his own, having now succeeded in 11 successive matches, culminating in titles in Acapulco and Indian Wells.
"I was extremely stressed and extremely nervous", Osaka said. Much like the women's tournament, the destination did not live up to the journey, as Federer echoed his earlier mistake and hit not one, but two more double faults as del Potro ran away with the breaker for a 6-4, 6-7 (8), 7-6 (2) victory.
The partisan crowd erupted when Federer broke Coric at love to take the deciding set and end the unexpectedly competitive two hour twenty minute battle against the 21-year-old Croatian on a windy morning in the California desert.
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With a brace of holds, the title was going to be decided in another tie-break. It is his biggest triumph since winning his...
Del Potro will now head to south Florida with the other ATP players to compete in the Miami Masters. There is no way around it. I don't know what the stat is ...
"I let an opportunity like this go by".
"The question is how long?" "So I couldn't afford to lose points based on nerves, and I had to keep making the right decisions". Is it him or me? It's like, Okay, too good. I think I was just also just trying to pump myself up more, to get energy for me. When guys had to do surgery and rehab, you know, what you go through, you can't put yourself into their position if you've never had it. I wouldn't be surprised if he adds another grand slam title "spoiler" to his list of accomplishments this year, especially playing with such a fearlessly big game like he did on Sunday.
"Many Latino-American people are expecting my game there".
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"I can not believe this moment".
Close to quitting tennis after four wrist surgeries in recent years, the Argentine fought to get back to the ATP Tour even as he was reduced to hitting his backhand with one hand instead of his usual two. But then during the [Rio] Olympics, after the [Novak] Djokovic match, my tennis life changed again.
Former US Open victor Del Potro improved to 16-3 on the season with his 6-2, 6-3 victory over the hard-serving Canadian Raonic in just 65 minutes.
So what now for the man who has achieved everything he wanted to, at times against great odds? I can't believe I'm here and winning a Masters 1000, beating Roger.
The tennis world was stunned by the surprise outbursts from the normally serene Federer. I'm No. 6 in the world, I think?
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It's disappointing, but I thought it was a good match. now he's here and he's won a Masters 1000. "I am exited to see what is next". He came into the tournament ranked 8th, and could go up a spot or two. I don't care about the numbers. Federer settled in and got the second set to a tiebreaker, which he appeared to win until a delayed challenge by del Potro overturned Federer's serve on set point.