Roger Federer defeated Dominic Thiem in the ATP World Championship.
Federer lost to Japan with a very big surprise in the first round and Thiem could not make a mistake. This time, the Swiss tennis player gave a confident game, breaking the unsafe Austrian quickly. The first set was 6: 2. In the second episode Federer dominated, but Thiem rose to Switzerland 6: 3 despite the rise of the game.
In the other game, Kevin Anderson was stolen from the field by Nisiko, who lost 11 points with a 6: 0, 6: 1 drop.
In the last round, if you're playing with Federer Anderson and you want to be sure, you have to win.
Conclusion, Lleyton Hewitt Group, 2nd Round:
- Federer (Switzerland, 2nd) – Thiem (Austria, 6) 6: 2, 6: 3
- Anderson (South Africa, 4) – Nisikori (Japanese, 7.) 6: 0, 6: 1
Position: 1. Anderson 2 wins / 2 matches, 2. Nisikori 1/1, 3. Federer 1/1, 4. Thiem 0/2