Federer's success was clinched with a 6-1 6-3 masterclass against Alexander Zverev on Sunday. Zverev created his only break chance in the opening game of the second, but ultimately was unable to show why he is regarded as one of the sport's brightest prospects.
After a disappointing start to the grass court season where Federer lost in the first round of the Stuttgart Open, he has turned this around completely.
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"And then having good footwork, to see the short ball, the floater, which I can come in and knock off with a volley".
Switzerland's Roger Federer celebrates after defeating Argentina's Juan Martin Del Portro during their quarter final match at the ninth and final ATP World Tour Masters 1000 indoor tennis tournament on November 1, 2013 at the Bercy Palais-Omnisport (POPB) in Paris.
The Australian Open champion did not lose a set in Halle as he won his 92nd ATP Tour title to prepare for SW19 in the ideal manner.More news: @RealDonaldTrump Rages Against #AmazonWashingtonPost, Claims Amazon Pays No Taxes, Fake 'Time' Cover
In the lead-up to the Wimbledon, Roger Federer has warmed up with a record ninth Halle Open title.
This is going to be a fun match between these two talented players, as Zverev is growing up before our eyes and Federer is, well, Federer. "He could have been a little nicer to me", Zverev said. The 35-year-old Swiss first reached the Halle final in 2003, beating German Nicolas Kiefer for the crown.
"Everything has been geared toward that for the past 12 months and I'm happy with how I feel at the moment", Federer said before his match with Khachanov.
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