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Former World No. 1 Roger Federer started off from where he left in Basel, as he registered a comprehensive 6-2 6-3 victory over World No. 85 Adrian Mannarino of France with a 6-2 6-3 scoreline and sailed into the third-round of the 2011 BNP Paribas Masters, an ATP World Tour 1000 Event being played here at Paris, France.
The Swiss ace made it look easier as he earned this win in just 55 minutes of play. Federer mustered 88% points on his first serve, hammered 16 winners and converted 3 out of 5 break points. Mannarino did not have a break-point throughout the match and he also committed 25 unforced errors as compared to Federer’s 7.
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Federer took only 24 minutes to clinch the first set, as he fired an ace, mustered 85% points on his first serve and smacked 5 winners. Mannarino committed 12 unforced errors as compared to Federer's 4. The Swiss converted 2 out of 3 break points, while Mannarino did not have a break point in the first set. Federer continued his dominance in the second-set, as he broke the Frenchman in the fourth game and maintained that lead till the end – to sail home in straight sets.
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