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Federer beats Djokovic to make ATP Finals last-four

Nov 15, 2019


Roger Federer has reached the last-four of the ATP Finals, after a straight-sets win over longtime rival Novak Djokovic.

The 38-year-old Swiss won 6-4 6-3 in a round-robin match, to beat his Serbian counterpart for the first time in four years.

Federer will next face either Rafael Nadal or Greek youngster Stefanos Tsitsipas, in what will be his 16th semifinal appearance at the season-ending tournament.

Djokovic's defeat also means Nadal is guaranteed to finish as the year-end world number one.

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Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Kane shine in Euro 2020 qualifiers

Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored 98 international goals, as Portugal thrashed Lithuania 6-nil, to move within one win of a place at Euro 2020.

The 34-year-old would become only the second man to reach 100 international goals, if he scores twice against Luxembourg this weekend.

Ronaldo's ninth Portugal hat-trick takes him to within 11 goals of Iran legend Ali Daei's world-record of 109.

Elsewhere, England have qualified in fine fashion, with a 7-nil thrashing of Montenegro at Wembley Stadium.

The Three Lions top Group A, in what was their 1,000th England game in history.

Also, captain Harry Kane moves to fifth in England's all-time record goalscorers, as a first-half hat-trick took his international tally to 31.

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Malaysia fight back to beat Thailand in World Cup qualifer

Harimau Malaya posted a 2-1 win over Thailand, in their 2022 World Cup second round qualifer in Bukit Jalil last night.

The result gives them their second win in the campaign after losing to the UAE and Vietnam, while Thailand taste their first loss.

Malaysia currently sit fourth in Group G, sharing six points with the UAE, while Thailand are in second place with seven points.

Vietnam tops the group with 10 points.


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