Roger Federer press conference after the loss in the Semi-finals of Australian Open 2020
The Swiss legend could not make it to the final after the loss in the S-Finals due to the injury He faced.
Although the injury, Roger Federer chose to fight Djokovic as He showed how big He is,
even in his worst performance, He could play big points over Djokovic.
Roger Federer had a very clear press conference where He discussed many things.
“You never know what the future holds, but especially my age, you don’t know,”
“I’m confident. I’m happy how I’m feeling, to be honest. I got through a good, nice training block. No plans to retire.“
“From that standpoint, we’ll see how the year goes, how everything is with the family. We’ll go from there. Of course, I hope to be back.”
“Yes, I do believe that, I think by having the year that I had last year, also with what I have in my game, how I’m playing, I do feel that.”
“I was playing with nothing to lose obviously, I was just trying to take big cuts at the ball,”
“trying to keep the rallies to a minimum, make sure I keep him off guard, mix it up as much as I can.”
“I think I returned really well in the beginning. Got some really good connections going.“
“Unfortunately I was not able to serve it out. To be honest, I feel like I should have found a way to do that, but wasn’t able to.”
“We know how tough he is, especially when you give him too many second serves. Obviously was better on the day today, there’s no question.”
“Look, overall, at the end of the day I guess I’m very happy,” Federer said of his tournament.“Roger Federer Full Press conference after S-Finals loss Embed from Getty Images
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Moreover, Roger Federer express He is happy with what He achieved and hope to be back.
“I’ve got to be happy with what I achieved. It was the maximum to go to get at this tournament,”
“especially after the Millman and the Sandgren match. Today was horrible, to go through what I did.”
“Nice entrance, nice send-off, and in between is one to forget because you know you have a 3 percent chance to win.“
“You know, got to go for it. You never know. But once you can see it coming, that it’s not going to work anymore, it’s tough.”