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Sunday, 15 October 2017

Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal stopped by POLICE during middle of Shanghai Masters final (DETAILS)




Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal stopped by POLICE during middle of Shanghai Masters final (DETAILS)

ROGER FEDERER and Rafael Nadal had to endure a mid-match delay during their Shanghai Masters clash today - because of some half-asleep police officers.
The dozy duo were caught walking around the stands before Federer served instead of taking their seats.

Federer was a set and a break up - he led 6-4 4-3 - before he took to the baseline to extend his advantage.
The pair, both wearing full police uniforms, couldn't work out why the Swiss legend was serving at first.
But it took Nadal, Federer and the umpire all to look at them before they realised they were to blame.
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They swiftly scuttled down the stairs before sheepishly taking their seats to watch the final moments of the match.

The short delay couldn't disrupt Federer who was in imperious form to take a 6-4 6-3 win to lift the Shanghai Masters title.

Sky Sports pundit Greg Rusedski said: Sky Sports pundit Greg Rusedski said: "The court was too quick for Rafa, it didn't buy him any time.

"If you're going to beat Roger at the moment, you have to be able to make a hole through him.

"We saw yesterday the big serve and forehand from Del Potro pushed Roger around but Roger found a way.



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