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Roger Federer vs Nikoloz Basilashvili Match Details
🇶🇦 Competition: ATP Doha QF
🗓 Date: Thursday March 11 (Friday March 12 AEDT)
⏰ Time: 2.00am AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Centre Court, Doha
Head to Head
Federer leads 1-0
- 2016 | Australian Open | Federer 6-2 6-1 6-2
Roger Federer vs Nikoloz Basilashvili Tips & Predictions
Federer could not have hoped for a better start to his first tournament in 13 months and he will be extremely confident of advancing into the final four when he takes on Basilashvili on Thursday.
Federer got the perfect first round opponent in his practice partner Dan Evans – someone he had won nine straight sets against. The 39-year-old got two hours and 25 minutes of time on court in a tight three-set victory, which will serve as valuable match time for the remainder of the tournament.
Now in the quarter-finals, Federer will meet Basilashvili, who has been absolutely horrendous for more than a year now.
Indeed, Basilashvili hadn’t beaten a top 100 player for over a year before this week, where he has taken advantage of a favourable draw with wins over the out-of-form John Millman and Malek Jaziri.
Federer blitzed Basilashvili for the lost of just five games in three sets in their only previous meeting and the Swiss should cruise again in Doha.