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In his first match on clay in nearly two years, Roger Federer lost to Pablo Andujar 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 in the second round of the Geneva Open on Tuesday. The match was also his comeback after two months away from tour.

Federer, who is coming off of two knee surgeries over the last 15 months, was accepting, but frustrated with his defeat against his Spanish opponent.

“It (losing) never feels great,” Federer said after the match, according to the Associated Press. “Looking at the long road that I have been on from the comeback, sure it’s rewarding to be back on a tennis court but you know I expect better from myself. I was a bit limited today, I felt, on the…

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