Roger Federer clears about the possibility of facing Novak Djokovic in Roland Garros
Roger Federer is playing his first Grand Slam after the comeback as He is playing a very high Tennis especially after defeating Marin Cilic in the 2nd round.
Not to be early, but Roger Federer opened up about the possiblity of facing Novak DJokovic in the Q-Finals of the French Open 2021.
for that Roger Federer said it all, and He’s not waiting for any big results here and the season for him starts in the grass courts.
“I feel like I surprised myself a little bit, I didn’t expect myself to play that well or to have the energy left at the end like this, and being able to keep on serving so consistently at the end was great.”
“This is what I need right now. Actually, I think I felt really good on the court, For me, it will be interesting to see how I will feel tomorrow because clearly, it will feel very different from Istomin, [having] two days off to Cilic, [having] one day off. That will be a good test for me.“
“Overall I’m very happy how I’m feeling and also confident that tomorrow I’ll feel fine somehow.”
“I still do believe there’s no way I’m going to go really, really super deep here or go past the Novak section.” Federer said.
Roger Federer reveals the Footwork secret to the worldHere is what Roger Federer said about Novak Djokovic in Roland Garros 2021
Here is what Roger Federer said about Novak Djokovic in Roland Garros 2021
Dancing on clouds ?☁️and floating above the sand ? https://t.co/8GKEPYSzzM— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) June 2, 2021
Roger Federer told the media about this video He retweet on Twitter and explained why He loved it that much.
“We rarely see those shots of a tennis player because usually it’s always the whole body and they talk about what they do with the hand.”
Yes, you talk about movement, but not in detail like this. That’s why also I thought it would be nice to retweet, I even mentioned it to my kids. When I tell them in tennis about footwork, I tell them, ‘Look how much I move my feet for one-shot or for one point.’ Federer said