Federer plays a shot to Falla of Colombia during their men’s singles match at the French Open in Paris, France. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
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Roger Federer enlivened a routine day at the office with a violet and pink outfit and a several dabs of brilliance to launch another French Open quest but his mood darkened after a security breach Sunday.Federer also made a few errors as he loosened up against a player he almost fell to in the first round at Wimbledon in 2010 .Federer, one of 39 players in their 30s in the men's draw, breezed through the first two sets and though Falla had a break point in the fifth game of the third, Federer snuffed out the danger to roll through to round two.While the selfie-seeking fan soured his day, Federer was happy enough with his form.Federer, conveniently in the opposite side of the draw to nine-times champions Rafa Nadal, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic and third seed Andy Murray, will have a few days off before a clash with Spain's Marcel Granollers.
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