Roger Federer responds to the critics of 82 Unforced errors

The Swiss Roger Federer responded to the people who criticized him.

Roger Federer won in a big battle against John Millman in five sets,

and with a score of 4-6 / 7-6 / 6-4 / 4-6 / 7-6. and made a come back in the tiebreak from 4-8 to 10-8.

although the win, Roger Federer received some critics from Tennis fans because of making too many errors.

In the match stats, Roger Federer made a huge number of errors which 82 unforced errors.

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For that, Roger Federer explained to the press what happened during the match.

“Honestly, nothing against the statistics people, but over a four-hour match you’re going to hit unforced errors,”

“What is an unforced error? Is it when it comes at 120Ks an hour or 135 or you’re on the stretch?

“So for me, he pushed me to go for more. You know me, I’m not going to hold back”

“and just rallies all the time. I will always try to make plays, and for that, I will miss some shot.”

“Of course sometimes I wish I could have maybe hit a few more winners instead of unforced errors,”

“You know, it shows how slow the courts can be, as well, you know, how many rallies get created, how he didn’t serve and volley once.”

“I served and volleyed maybe what, 10 times? Five times? It’s that crazy at these moments.

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read, This is what Roger Federer said after the win over Millman

Roger Federer is playing with attack and only attack style for long time. and because of that,

He always has a big number in the winners and unforced errors stats.

“When you can come in and you play serve and volley and, you know, volley errors don’t count”

“I don’t think ever and rally errors always count. So there you go,” Federer said.

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