Swiss phenomenal tennis player, Roger Federer emerged as the champion at the Paris Masters tournament, France, Sunday (11/13/2011). Champion 16 times grand slam tournament, appeared as the best by the host to stop the opposition player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Federer won the match two games 6-1 (7-6).
Federer, who last week became the champion in Basel, Switzerland, played quite tactical in the first set. Forehand cross and servicing of hardness becomes the main weapon to gain points.
Tsonga itself as difficulty developing the game. Punch the ball can be read easily by Federer.
The victory in the Paris Masters this could be a capital good for Federer to face season-ending, ATP Tour Finals, London, November 20 to 27. In this tournament Federer will join seven other world's top players, namely Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, David Ferer, Tomas Berdych, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, and Mardy Fish.
The victory at the Paris Masters, also makes Federer for the second time champion in the French capital. Earlier, former world number one player in the arena holds a grand slam by winning the 2009 French Open at Roland Garros, after the final defeat Swede Robin Soderling. Achieving this match achievements of former world number one Andre Agassi of the United States.
Winning fast in the first set, Federer immediately fast 5-0 lead after breaking Tsonga twice. He also finished seventh at the gym the first set, with the score 6-1. In the second set, Tsonga can only give resistance. He even almost made the break points in three games before Federer saved and make the position to be 2-2. After that, the game increasingly difficult.
The match was eventually to be resolved with the tie break. Federer quickly winning 5-1, before finally closing the match with a 7-6 (7-3) after removing the hard service which failed to be returned.