Bomb in New York! Australian took over Federer at US Open!
The world No. 2 Roger Federer dropped off at a surprise at the 1/8-finals of the US Open Grand Slam. The Maestro was eliminated in four sets by John Milman. The Australian had the biggest sensation in the men`s race, reaching the success of the fifth-time winner of the trophy after a turnaround - 3:6, 7:5, 7:6 (7), 7:6 (3). Before the start of the match, Federer was considered the absolute favorite against the 55th in the world. However, Milman demonstrated ruthlessness, irreconcilability, and extremely stable play, and is well deserved to go on after a terrific Arthur Ash Stadium battle that lasted for 3 hours and 38 minutes. The meeting started excellent for Federer, who without any difficulty won the first set after an early break. The second set also went well for the Swiss who again led a break and even got a chance to serve for the 5:4 set in his favor, but then he let his rival back the breakthrough, and then Milman won the nexttwo games via sport news
and came back with a bang and crash in the match.
The third set was very similar, with everyone winning their bets and reaching the tiebreak. However, Milman again demonstrated a great deal of self-confidence against his far-fought rival, and although at first he started uncertainly, he managed to turn things around in his favor and win with 9:7 points.
The next set developed in a similar way, with the only difference being that two tennis players exchanged two quick breaks. But here, too, came the tiebreak. In it, Milman took the lead from the very beginning with two mini-breaks, then only maintained his solid lead to reach the final success with 7:3.
So Milman recorded his biggest career success so far and will play for the first time on a 1/4-final in a Grand Slam tournament. There he will have a new big obstacle in the face of Novak Djokovic.
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