The Associated Press reports that Federer's loss to Tsonga, a French player who was seeded 12th in the tournament, came as a surprise after the match's first two sets:
The six-time Wimbledon champion barely looked challenged while winning the first two sets against the Frenchman. But Federer, who had been 178-0 in matches in which he had won the opening two sets at a Grand Slam tournament, was broken one time in each of the last three sets.
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