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Federer wins 4th Masters Cup

Federer beat David Ferrer convincingly, 6-2 6-3 6-2 to win the year end championship. Federer was in the zone for the whole match and broke Ferrer twice in each set.

Some stats for the records:

– This is Federer’s fourth Masters cup in the last 5 years. He is one away from most tiles record (Sampras and Lendl have 5 titles each)

– Highest ever prize-money in a calendar year, $8.6 million. He beats his own record (2007 – $8.4 million)

– Federer keeps the Number-1 ranking for the fourth consecutive year

– Federer keeps the record for most titles in the season for fifth consecutive year — 2007 (8 titles), 2006 (12 titles), 2005 (11 titles), 2004 (11 titles), 2003 (7 titles)

– This is Federer’s 53rd career title

  1. Tinneca
    November 19, 2007 at 2:42 am

    I live in Seattle, and the finals were not televised!! DO you know anything about this! My spirit is crushed!
    I channel flipped all day…double-checked and re-checked the TV guide, it says 9:00 Pacific time and that’s me….but alas, it was soccer, then college ball…blah 😦
    Any input would be great.

  2. Ranger
    November 19, 2007 at 9:54 am

    Hi Tinneca,

    I can understand. It is always the case when ESPN picks up the telecast. They think that fishing and poker are more important than live tennis. We (the tennis fans) are a minority in the US 😉

    I saw the match live on Star Sports (Using Sopcast webplayer). You might want to do the same to catch the repeat of the finals (Tuesday, 10/20 — 9 AM EST).

    OTOH, youtube already has the highlights for the match. You can check that too.


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