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... Yin and yang. Chinese philosophy describes how two seemingly opposing forces are complementary and interdependent. Is there a more apt way to describe the relationship between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal? The righty versus the lefty. Federer’s free-flowing shot-making and point construction, a remnant of tennis’s classical era versus Nadal’s brutish ground-strokes and untiring legs, a template for today’s baseline slug-fests. While less pronounced, the contrast is evident off the court as well, even extending to their attitude towards facing each other. Quizzed about a potential, long-awaited first meeting at Flushing Meadows last week, Nadal said, “If I am in the semifinals, no. It’s obvious, no? It sounds very good, but… I prefer to play against another player, an easier one if it’s possible.” Federer’s reply? ...Indian Express on Sept. 15, 2017, 12:24 a.m.