Roger Federer – Full Press Conference after Millman win

Roger Federer Press Conference after the win against John Willman.

After the big battle in the third round, Roger Federer could make it after beating John Millman in five sets.

Roger Federer went straight to the press conference to discuss the match details.

“I had to figure out how to get him into trouble on his serve, He was doing such a good job of not making mistakes,”

“No doubt, I was struggling, he was dominating both sides. I had to figure out how to create chances. 

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“Honestly it was hard to get that second set, and I never felt comfortable, always on the back foot until that last shot.” 

“John was doing all the right stuff at the beginning of the super tiebreak, coming up with great points.”

“I thought ‘Okay, I tried, I guess I didn’t play too bad.’ I was getting ready to explain myself in the press conference,”  

“The demons are always there. It was so tough, it was Johnny who really made it tough tonight.”

“I think it’s important to have different endings at every Slam. We got that, Making sure I experience them all before I leave the game.”

“I mean, honestly, I don’t know. I have been in so many different types of endings.”

“Yes, I don’t even care what the ending is as long as I know what the deal is at 6-6.

“I listen very carefully to the umpire and they say, It’s a 10-point tiebreaker. I’m like,”

“All right, it’s a 10-point tiebreaker. I kind of knew it was at 6-All this time around.

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Moreover, Roger Federer explained how things went in the tiebreaker in the final set.

“Yeah, I felt the roar was big when he won his 7th point in the breaker. People must have thought it was over.”

” I’m okay with all four endings because they all have a reason to end the way they do. I don’t know what it is.

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“I’m of course a historian. I like when it just goes, you know, into the infinity, if you like.”

“But I do also see with what we saw with [Nicolas] Mahut and [John] Isner.

“But if that happens, you have no shot of winning the tournament anymore. It’s just not possible.

“So I guess it is good to end it and cap it at some point, I guess. So, yeah. I don’t know. It is what it is.

“And I think, you know, if you’re ending up with 6-All in super-tiebreaker or 9-All or 12-All, I mean, you have enough chances to clinch it early.

“I remember Tony Roche telling me they had long sets in every set. I just think TV couldn’t handle that nowadays anymore.” Roger Federer said.