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Thu, 09 Sep 2010 11:44 AM EDT

Everyone who has followed tennis over the past few years has seen what Roger Federer has gone through. Well, on Wednesday he struck back at the people who knocked him off of his throne. He played a great game against Robin Soderling, and took it. He is now back on track, and in the US Open semi finals. NFL spreads.

The game between the two legendary tennis players was the highlight of the day. Federer has been in the news for years as one of the best players to ever pick up a racquet. He was a force to be reckoned with. It was his chance to get back at the guy who knocked him out of the running in the French Open. 16-time Grand Slam champion Federer served his way to a convincing 6-4, 6-4, 7-5 victory over the fifth-seeded Soderling in the U.S. Open. NFL lines.

Federer was masterful on the court. Even though the wind was against him, he played extremely well. He has been practicing for so long, a little win shouldn’t throw his game off. The all-American completely dominated Soderling with a brutal combination of mixed serves, all at different speeds, to keep him guessing. Federer is 13-1 against Soderling. The lone loss was in their previous match, the one that knocked Federer out of the French Open. NFL betting lines.

2010 has been a fantastic year for Federer. He was forced to re-examine his game and switch a few things up in his play style. If this served as any example, he is most definitely back to full force on the court. The rest of the year is looking bright, but first he has to think about the rest of the tournament. Will Roger Federer be able to make a big enough comeback, and take yet another US Open? You decide, come check it all out at

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