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Two days after creating a stir at Wimbledon with his new mega bucks clothing deal, Federer was back making a style statement with his dazzling tennis as he gave Lacko a 6 4 6 4 6 1 dressing down to reach the third round on Wednesday.The Swiss champion was at his breath taking best as he crafted 48 exquisite winners during a 90 minute masterclass that seemed more an exhibition of his shot making than a charge towards a record ninth Wimbledon title.The last time Federer turned up to defend his crown, in 2013, he suffered a shock second round humbling by Sergiy Stakhovsky.There was no danger of a repeat performance on Wednesday, however, and a forehand swish on match point gave the top seed a 26th consecutive set at the grasscourt major.Lacko had probably hoped he could throw some curve balls Federer’s way after enjoying a run to the Eastbourne final at the weekend.Unfortunately, it was the Slovakian who was left dodging the majestic missiles that kept raining down on his half of the court.The top seed belted down 16 aces, hit the target with 70 percent of his first serves, dropped only three points on his first serve and did not even come close to facing a break point.Federer fired three of those aces in a row to take the second set and he got his 15,000 strong Centre Court fan club gasping in astonishment as he produced a ridiculous backhand drop shot from behind the baseline.The 36 year old also collected 35 consecutive points on serve on his way to a 5 1 lead in the third set.With Federer having an elegant answer to everything Lacko could throw at him, it was not until the 20 times Grand Slam champion walked off court that he was finally stumped.When asked if he would prefer the umpire to announce ‘game Mr. Federer’ just as the women are addressed as a “Miss” or “Mrs” here rather than just “game Federer”, the man contesting his 20th consecutive Wimbledon admitted he was clueless about that particular tradition.”Oh, I didn’t know that,” he said sounding bemused.Within seconds he added with a smile: “I’m happy whatever they say, as long as it is ‘game’ and my name and not ‘game’ and the other (person’s) name.”(Reporting by Pritha Sarkar, editing by Ed Osmond)Trump rollback of pollution rules to hit coal country hardIt coal people like miner Steve Knotts, 62, who make West Virginia Trump Country. The 20 year old defeated Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus 6 3, 2 6, 6 4 to become the first Japanese woman in the US Open quarter finalsAFP NewsBrazil first human, a loss from Rio museum fireBrazil on Monday mourned the loss of the “first Brazilian,” Luzia, after the 12,000 year old fossil was destroyed in a raging fire that ripped through Rio de Janeiro treasured National Museum.

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