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BASEL---Top-seeded Roger Federer
won a sixth Swiss Indoors title yes-
terday, comfortably defeating David
Goffin of Belgium in straight sets to
end a run of two successive final
defeats at his hometown tourna-
Federer took just 52 minutes to win
6-2, 6-2, delighting the partisan
crowd as he inflicted what was only
Goffin s third defeat in 46 matches.
"I didn t expect this kind of result
but clearly I ll take it, it s great," Fed-
"It s indoors tennis, sometimes you
just blow a guy out of the court and
I m happy it was me today doing
The first set lasted 23 minutes as
Federer dropped just one point in the
final three games.
The second-ranked Federer also
moved a step closer to clinching the
year-end No. 1 spot for a record-
equaling sixth time as he moved to
less than 500 points behind Novak
Djokovic, with his fifth victory of the
"I m very pleased how well I m
playing," Federer said. "It was a great
final, I think I played really well. I m
full of confidence now.
"I was expecting it to be tough and
him taking charge at times but I think
I was really able to control the match
with my serve and then with my vari-
ation on the return.
"I think I did really well, I was fresh
today, it was again a fifth day of tennis
for me in a row and I m happy I m
able to keep it up time and time again,
week after week."
Goffin had been in remarkable form
since his straight-sets defeat to Andy
Murray at Wimbledon but knew it
would be a tough task against a player
who---as he revealed on Saturday---is
still his idol.
Federer was in front from the start
as he broke Goffin s serve in the very
first game, securing the advantage
when the Belgian hit a backhand
The Swiss star followed that up
with a winning serve and a 125 mph
ace as he took complete control.
Goffin fought to get back in the
match but Federer was simply too
strong and a delightful crosscourt
forehand handed him three break
points, the second of which left him
serving for the set when Goffin sliced
into the net.
Federer quickly sealed the advan-
tage with the third of four successive
love service games, ending the set
with an ace followed by an unreturn-
Goffin opened the second set in
the same way as the first, with a dou-
ble fault. However, he was now being
encouraged by the crowd---uneasy at
the one-sided contest---and managed
to hold his serve. (AP)
SINGAPORE---In their last match together, Cara
Black and Sania Mirza cruised to the doubles title
at the WTA Finals with an authoritative 6-1, 6-0
win over defending champions Peng Shuai and
Hsieh Su-Wei yesterday.
For Black, it was the third time she had won the
doubles crown at the WTA Finals after 2007 and
2008 partnering Liezl Huber, while for Mirza it was
her first victory at the season-ending championships.
It was a surprisingly one-sided final, given Peng
and Hsieh entered the match with a 12-0 record in
doubles finals, including this year s French Open and
Wimbledon in 2013, while Black and Mirza had a
tough road to the final.
The Zimbabwe-India pairing saved one set point
in their quarterfinal victory and staged a remarkable
comeback in the semifinal against Kveta Peschke and
Katarina Srebotnik, coming from 9-6 down in the
super tiebreak to win it, saving three match points.
"After we won that first match, we thought maybe
that s a sign, maybe we re going to win it," Mirza said.
The 35-year-old Black, who has won five doubles titles
and five mixed doubles titles in Grand Slams, is unsure
of whether she will continue on next year, so Mirza has
agreed a partnership with Hsieh for the 2015 season. (AP)
Switzerland's Roger Federer kisses the trophy after
winning the final match against Belgium's David
Goffin at the Swiss Indoors tennis tournament in
Basel, Switzerland, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Federer makes it
six Swiss titles
grab doubles title
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