The defeat of Japan's Kei Nishikori (ATP 9) for his entry into the run, Roger Federer (ATP 3) resumed full Tuesday at Masters London. Swiss left Dominic Thiem (ATP 8), Dominic Thiem, 6-2, 6-3 in an hour and 7 minutes in their second match of the tournament, which featured the best eight tennis players in the tournament. Following the victory of South African Kevin Anderson (ATP 6) against Nishikori 6-0, 6-1 in the afternoon, Federer was no longer eligible for the failure if he wanted to stay in qualifying in the semi-finals. The Swiss, who were looking for hundreds of wins on a professional circuit, were more convincing, on duty and in the game than Sunday while Thiem made many mistakes. If Anderson, with two wins in two games, made a big leap against the semifinals, everything is played on Thursday on the two ultimate duels in the Lleyton Hewitt group. They will oppose Federer to Anderson and Thiem to Nishikori. (Belga)
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