Roger federer post match interview
- This is what Roger Federer said after the match Vs Nadal
- Roger Federer knows he let one slip in Wimbledon epic
This is what Roger Federer said after the match Vs Nadal
Roger Federer "It's gonna be difficult against Djokovic" - 2019 (HD)streaming per 2017 streaming
Please refresh the page and retry. I just feel like it's such an incredible opportunity missed, I can't believe it. At the end it actually doesn't matter to some extent. You might feel more disappointed, sad, over-angry. The crushing disappointment Federer felt was entirely understandable.
Roger Federer lost to Novak Djokovic in an instant-classic at the Wimbledon final on Sunday — a five-set marathon that Djokovic took in dramatic fashion 5 , , 4 , , 3. The match ended in the first ever fifth-set tiebreaker at a grand slam final, with Djokovic staving off two match points from Federer to lift the trophy at the All-England Club for the fifth time in his career. Read more : Roger Federer chucked away the Wimbledon title, gifting last-gasp set decider to Novak Djokovic in gripping men's final. After the match, Federer was graceful in defeat, joking with the crowd while speaking in his post-match interview. Federer was congratulated for his brilliant performance, with BBC presenter and former Grand Slam champion Sue Barker saying it was a final we would "remember forever. Federer went on to say that he hopes his performance to others that you can still do great things as they grow older.
He knows he played a significant part in writing another chapter in tennis folklore today but the pain of wasting an opportunity to win far outweighs any satisfaction Federer got from putting on the show of a lifetime. Most of all, he was filthy at failing to capitalise on a golden chance to win his ninth Wimbledon crown. There may have been similarities between them when it comes to things like staying power and excitement, but for Federer, the only constant between the two matches that matters to him is the result.
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But for now I feel young. Then, when it was all over, I was just happy. So he was fully focussed on each match in front of him, and he is only first processing the history he made at this ATP tournament. It feels great. It has been a tremendous year for Federer, who is the first player to claim three tour-level titles in
If you were to sit in a press conference with Roger Federer and can ask him just one question — what would the question be? If you post your question in the comments you'll automatically be in with a chance of winning a copy of Simon Graf's book Roger Federer: Phenomenon. Simon, who works for Tages-Anzeiger will pick his three favourite questions and they will each receive a copy of his best selling book Roger Federer: Phenomenon. Depending on the type of question and if it's not time-sensitive he may even ask it the next time he's in one of Federer's press conferences later this year! What is your favourite experience that you have had while at a tournament that is not actually related to tennis.. Do you think you wold have won more slams had you used the bigger raquert from the beginning of your career? What is the one thing that impresses you in a younger player?
Roger Federer knows he let one slip in Wimbledon epic