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Roger Federer vs Alex De Minaur Tips & Predictions: Swiss Maestro To Land 10th ATP Basel Title

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27th October 2019 – 14:00

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Match Preview & Team News

Roger Federer hasn’t performed to his normal level since the painful Wimbledon final that he lost to Novak Djokovic. He lost to Andrey Rublev in Cincinnati and also in Shanghai against Alexander Zverer. It is clear that his confidence has been shattered, but this week, in front of his home crowd, he has played great tennis while in search of his 10th ATP Basel title. 

He has defeated Peter Gojowczyk under an hour and demolished Radu Albot with a straight 6-0, 6-3. He was then supposed to face his personal friend and fellow Swiss Stan Wawrinka but the no. 17 had to retire due to a back injury picked up in his long match against France Tiafoe. Federer was then given a pass to the semi-finals where he destroyed up and coming Greek player Stefanos Tsitsipas with a straight 6-4, 6-4. In that match, he also produced some sensational shots. So all in all he has been on the court for just 197 minutes in this ATP Basel tournament. 

Between him and the 10th ATP Swiss Indoors title is 20 years old Australian Alex De Minaur. The Aussie has had a very good season and is making moves towards the very top of the ATP Rankings table. He has won three ATP 250 titles at Sydney, Atlanta and Zhuhai. On Sunday he will be hoping to cause a massive upset to Federer and land an ATP 500 Championship after he finished runner up at Washington last year. 

De Minaur qualified for this final after stopping big serving American Reilly Opelka in a marathon tie-break semifinal. He did very well this week by losing a single set against Opelka and before him he has comfortably dismissed Hugo Dellien, Taylor Fritz and Jan-Lennard Struff. 

Can the Australian deliver an upset?

Beating Federer at the Swiss Indoors doesn’t look an option. The Swiss Maestro 20 time Grand Slam champion has won 55 times and just lost 3 matches since this tournament changed surface in 2007. His only defeats in the last 15 years in Basel have been against Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin Del Potro. In indoor conditions, Federer is the best player out there and with the crowd behind him, we believe it will be too much for De Minaur. 

Winner Odds & Prediction

Undoubtedly the Australian has massively improved in recent times, but we believe it won’t be enough to trouble Federer who was broken just once in this tournament. The Swiss is a different beast in Basel and should win in straight sets.

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