Treat of Double Finale on tennis court

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The tennis fans could not have asked for a better weekend as it heats up for two interesting finales today evening.

While Roger Federer takes on Juan Martin del Potro in the Swiss Indoors final, Serena Williams clashes with the Russian beauty, former world number one Maria Sharapova at WTA Championship thus promising a day of tennis treat to fans across the globe. Federer fans are happy to see the champion player roaring back to his glorious dominant self and winning the Swiss title will be one more step along that way.

Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova are two of the greatest women tennis players of modern times and the final match between them at the WTA Championship promises to be an interesting battle.

Federer Vs Del Potro (Finale of Swiss Indoors):

Roger Federer takes on Juan Martin del Potro in the Swiss Indoors final. Federer, still holding on to the No.1 slot in world ranking, is in mighty form and is showing the signs of regaining his dominant self in the tennis arena. Also, he will look to put more distance between his pursuers for the top rank.

Del Potro, on the other hand, will be keen to avenge his loss to Federer in the Olympics semi-final where he lost the set by a record 19-17 in the third set. Federer has won all the six encounters against Del Potro in 2012, while the latter’s previous best at Basel was the semi-final in 2008.

For Fedex fans, this will be one match you wouldn’t want to miss.

Serena Vs Sharapova (WTA Championships):

Serena Williams cruised into the final of the WTA Championships by beating Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland 6-2, 6-1 while Maria Sharapova set up a blockbuster WTA Championships final against Serena Williams on Saturday with a crushing 6-4, 6-2 win over world number one Victoria Azarenka.

Serena Williams coming after the Olympic gold win will be eager to clinch the title in a year that’s been a mega success having won Wimbledon and the US Open apart from the Olympic gold.

Meanwhile, Sharapova has done well for herself in terms of silencing her critics. She looks exceptionally good in her comeback trail. Both have the potential to set up what promises to be an epic battle between the champion players.

Apart from sheer tennis, the match will have two of the most glamorous girls on the court.

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