Face Roger Federer in Shanghai, this is how Albert Ramos Vinolas feels

Albert Ramos Vinolas

Spaniard Albert Ramos Vinolas defeated Marin Cilic in straight sets to advance to the second round of the Shanghai Masters this season.


In the second half, famous tennis player, Roger Federer had been waiting for Ramos Vinolas and what was quite surprising was that he had beaten the Swiss tennis star in the same tournament in the 2015 season.


“It will be a difficult match, but I don’t think I will feel burdened. I competed against one of the best tennis players in history on a very fast field. So, I will try to play my best, “said Ramos Vinolas.


“In a tennis match, you will never know what will happen, even if he is favored. He is a very charismatic tennis player and everyone likes to watch him play. So, I will try to play a neat match and enjoy it as much as possible. “

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Regarding the victory over Croatian, Cilic, Ramos Vinolas added, “I am very happy because it was a very tough match. In the Masters 1000 tournament, winning matches is always very important. “


“Cilic is a tough tennis player. He was ranked high enough for quite a long time, but right now he was in a pretty hard time.

Cilic will surely rise again. He is a great tennis player and I am sure he will be in his best condition again. “


This meeting will be Ramos Vinolas’s third meeting against Federer with a head to head 1-1 draw. Federer won their first meeting at Wimbledon in the 2012 season.


Previously Albert Ramos Vinolas did not spend much time to book a place in the second round of the Zhuhai Championships after frustrating Yoshihito Nishioka.


Spaniard Ramos Vinolas claims 81 percent of his first serve and converted five of eight break points to defeat Nishioka.


Ramos Vinolas will face one of the young players – Casper Ruud or Miomir Kecmanovic – for one place in the quarterfinals.

Eighth seed, Ramos Vinolas, is ahead of Norwegian Ruud 3-0 and he has never met Serbian Kecmanovic at the ATP tournament.


British tennis player, Cameron Norrie also advanced to the second round in Zhuhai after overthrowing Peter Gojowczyk with 6-1, 6-4. Throughout the match which lasted 67 minutes, Norrie did not face a single break point and claimed 87 percent points from the first serve.

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