TENNIS: ZVEREV STUNS FEDERER TO WIN MONTREAL MASTERS

Montreal (AFP) - Alexander Zverev shocked second seed Roger Federer in straight sets in the Montreal Masters final to win his fifth title of the season and announce himself as an emerging star for the US Open.The 20-year-old German used his booming serve to overpower Federer 6-3, 6-4 Sunday as the Swiss superstar never got a chance to get into the match.I tried to be aggressive as I can, said Zverev. If Roger starts being aggressive with his fore...

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