The Swiss took the tournament in style, never losing his serve, without losing a set, with more than 70% of points won at the net and playing some unprecedented shots that reminded of his coach's lesson on how to shorten rallies.
Here's the "Edberg effect" in Cincinnati in three hot shots played by Federer. (mc)
1. Anticipated return against Kevin Anderson in the third round.
2. Chopped forehand against Andy Murray in the semifinal.
3. Superb defence of the net with stretched volley and smash against Novak Djokovic in the final.
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