Federer tops nemesis Canas at Rome Masters; Roddick beats Fish
ROME -- Roger Federer is back on track.
The top-ranked player defeated one of his most challenging opponents Tuesday, cruising past Guillermo Canas 6-3, 6-3 in the second round of the Rome Masters.
Perhaps more importantly, Federer said he is nearly back to normal after being slowed by mononucleosis earlier in the year.
"I think I was lacking matches at one stage, when I lost in the first round of Dubai. Now, I'm again back in my stride and feel like I'm playing well and nothing ...
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