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ATP Monte Carlo - Federer v Djokovic

ATP Monte Carlo - Federer v Djokovic

The Swiss Maestro, who took on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, did not enjoy the brightest of starts as he was outplayed by the ninth-seeded Frenchman in the second half of the opening set. Federer somehow raced through the final set and while Tsonga saved the first match point to avoid a bagel, he was helpless to stop the 17-time Grand Slam winner to seal the clash by winning 2-6, 7-6 (6), 6-1. Second seed Djokovic faced an even tougher test against last week’s Casablanca title holder Guillermo Garcia-Lopez. The unseeded Spaniard confirmed his good form in the first set which he opened by creating a double break cushion by 4-1. The Serb put in a more convincing display in the following set, yet he was somewhat lucky not to fall a set and a break behind in a couple of his service games. Lopez was broken three times by Djokovic who set up a classic semi-final showdown with Federer after a 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 triumph.

ATP Monte Carlo - Ferrer v Wawrinka

ATP Monte Carlo -  Ferrer v Wawrinka

While Wawrinka did not achieve a historic feat on Friday afternoon, he managed to secure a place in the Monte Carlo semi-finals, where he will play Spanish No. 2 David Ferrer. The Swiss’ performance was an impressive one all the same. Wawrinka hit 30 winners and 80% of his first service points to secure the victory in 1 hour and 31 minutes. Spanish No. 2 David Ferrer produced a monumental upset in Monte Carlo, as he defeated clay court king and eight-time Monte Carlo champion Rafael Nadal 7-6(1), 6-4 to reach the semi-finals at this event. It was his first victory over Nadal on clay since Stuttgart in 2004, when Nadal was ranked No. 56 at the time. Since then, Nadal had lifted the Monte Carlo title eight consecutive times, and finished runner-up last year to Novak Djokovic. This marks the 13th time these two competitors will meet on the professional tour, with Ferrer leading the series 7-5. The Spaniard holds a 5-1 record against Wawrinka on clay.

Tottenham v Fulham

Tottenham v Fulham

Tottenham's season is as good as over after last week's 3-3 draw at West Brom meant they have thrown away their Champions League hopes, and there are questions as to whether they are still keen to fight for a Europa League spot. Fulham have it all to play for, still in the bottom 3 but only 2 points from safety and having won their last 2 games. Fulham won this fixture last season but otherwise don't have a great record at White Hart Lane. A win might be unlikely but they could catch Tottenham short and take a point from the game.

Newcastle v Swansea

Newcastle v Swansea

Newcastle have been absolutely abysmal of late, and are looking exactly as if they have nothing left to play for this season. They have failed to score in their last 4 matches, losing on each occasion. Swansea, meanwhile, are far from safe. They are only 3 points above the relegation zone and need to take points from games like this one, which is wholly winnable against a team as out of sorts as Newcastle. Neither side has been on good form of late, but Swansea are desperate for points and Newcastle may again play sluggishly. The Swans could take a vital 3 points back to Wales.

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