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Roger Federer explained how He will feel if his records are broken

Roger Federer explained how He will feel if his records are broken
Roger Federer explained how He will feel if his records are broken
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Roger Federer reveals his feeling when he broke other players’ records and how it feels if He loses some records.

The Swiss legend has achieved so many big records in is career, but recently some of his important records are in danger to be broken in any time.

for that, Roger Federer opened up about this issue and mentioned He knows it’s only a matter of time when his two rivals will surpass him because they have more time to play.

“I think the way it’s going, obviously, Rafa and Novak will win more, because they’re that good. And the season they had (in 2019), again, shows that there is more to come for them.”

“So 2020 was set but 2021, I just don’t know because it’s too far away but of course if I have the chance to play and everything’s still working sure why not?”

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Roger Federer explained how He will feel if his records are broken

Roger Federer explained how He will feel if his records are broken
Roger Federer explained how He will feel if his records are broken

Roger Federer explained how He will feel if his records are broken

Moreover, Roger Federer revealed how it feels when He once broke Pete Sampras records in the past and linked it with the present.

“I looked up to him so much that I felt, also, uncomfortable maybe, sometimes, breaking his records, t’s not something I ever wanted to do. It just happened to be like this. But of course, I knew it was a big, big-time moment in our sport. And I think those are the moments you will remember.”

“Now, in the end, if somebody else would pass you, I mean, I guess it’s OK because that’s what sports are all about. It’s a lot about numbers. It’s a lot about records.”

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“But I had my moment and I always said everything that comes after 15 was, anyway, a bonus. And especially after the knee injury (in 2016), everything that came after that was a bonus. I would have taken one more Slam, and I was able to get three more and three amazing ones.”

“I honestly think it’s going to be quite exciting to see how much longer can they go. How much more can they win? They might have some more incredible years ahead of them. That’s my assumption, It’s a bit of a golden time for tennis right now, no doubt,” Roger Federer said.