Roger Federer achieved new records in his career after the first win in Australian Open 2020.
The Swiss legend never stop making records in his career, after the first win He had
against Steve Johnson in the Australian Open as He won in straight sets with great performance.
Federer expressed He’s happy for the win and still motivated to play Tennis.Roger Federer achieves new big Records Embed from Getty Images
After his first win in Australian Open, Roger Federer achieved all of this records:
- The Win 1238 in his career
- The Win 773 win in hard courts
- The 358 Win in Grand Slam
- The Win 98 in Australian Open
- Most players win in the Open Era
- 900 weeks at the Top 10
- 800 weeks at the top 5
- 700 weeks at the top 3
- 500 weeks at the top 2
Moreover, Roger Federer express that the first three rounds are very important in Grand Slam,
and He did not come from matches but He feels happy with the performance he showed in the last match.
“I think the first three rounds are key to get going, to get used to the pressure,”
“stay calm, when to save break-point or 30-30 points or whatever it may be or just to stay calm if you’re down a set and a break.”
“This is the unknown that can be a little bit scary at times. But today there was none of that”