Last Updated on January 16, 2019
Swiss tennis player Roger Federer overcame the barrier of the second round of the Australian Open, beating in three sets Briton Daniel Evans – 7/6 (5), 7/6 (3), 6/3.
The match lasted 2 hours and 35 minutes. The third racket of the world, 37-year-old Roger, recorded two breaks and 11 aces, making one mistake when serving. 28-year-old Evans, who occupies the 189th line of the world table of ranks, once took the opponent’s submission and completed four aces.
The Swiss remains the leader in the personal meetings of the players – 3: 0. In the third round of the tournament, Federer will play with Taylor Fritz.