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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Roger Federer beats Grigor Dimitrov to win Rotterdam Open title after becoming world No 1.

Roger Federer beats Grigor Dimitrov to win Rotterdam Open title 2018 after becoming world No 1.







The 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer, will's identity affirmed as world number one on Monday, beat world number five Dimitrov 6-2-6-2 for his 97th title.

The Bulgarian was softened up the fifth game round, at that point on three more events as Federer won serenely in 55 minutes.

Federer just expected to achieve the competition's semi-final to seal an arrival to the status as world No 1, a record 14 years after he initially did such as, however, finished a memorable week by lifting the trophy.








Rotterdam Open title 2018, winners, Roger Federer, Grigor Dimitrov.
Rotterdam Open 2018. 












The World No 5 Dimitrov was never ready to draw near to the imperious Federer, who required just 55 minutes to win the last for the concession of only four amusements.

Federer first broke to proceed in the opening set, at that point did as such again after a splendid clearing shot down the line.

Dimitrov hinted at damage during the time set in spite of the fact that he could break Federer's serve, which was just a short respite.






Rotterdam Open 2018 Men's singles and Men's Doubles Winners-Champions.






The   2018 Rotterdam Open Men's Title winners  :     Roger Federer def. Grigor Dimitrov   6-2, 6-2.

2018 Rotterdam Open Double title winners    :   Herbert and Nicolas Mahut def. Pavic & Marach.   2-6, 6-2, 10-6.






Federer ruled from consequently, whipping the ball from his pattern past Dimitrov, who was not at his generally portable.

The Rotterdam Open is Federer's 97th profession title, 12 short of Jimmy Connor's untouched All-time record. Federer's twentieth ATP 500 title is a record, one in front of Rafael Nadal.

He entered the competition as a trump card and exploited Nadal's nonattendance, who was the world No 1 until the point that Federer won his quarter-last on Friday.

He now enters his 304th joined week as the world No 1, which is another unsurpassed record.

Federer started 2018 by winning the Australian Open however he may elect to avoid the French Open for wellness reasons.








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