Tim Henman reveals how shocked He’s with the way Federer played in the S-Finals.
The match between Federer and Nadal became the talk of social media in these 2 days,
This battle was played at a high level between two of the big players in the history of tennis.
Before that, John McEnroe revealed his opinion about the match and what Federer did,
read John McEnroe gives verdict on Federer’s performanceRoger Federer Shocked Henman with the way He played
The moment @rogerfederer reached his 12th #Wimbledon final… pic.twitter.com/AJrP3yYCns— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 12, 2019
This time Tim Henman revealed his opinion about the match as well, but He was
totally different from McEnroe opinion, The Retired British player talked about
How Roger Federer could challenge Nadal and played long rallies from the baseline
and He’s about to reach 38 years old. Besides that, he believes that was the plan
of Federer in the match to challenge Nadal in the rallies in his favourite surface.
“I guess that was the game plan, At 37 years of age you don’t want to get involved in these long rallies,
so it was ‘I’m going to go out and attack and that’s my Plan A’.”Roger Federer Shocked Henman with the way He played Embed from Getty Images
Federer won most of the long rallies against Nadal and this happened for the first
time in their meeting, even the Australian Open 2017 Federer used to attack Nadal
but in Wimbledon S-Finals He was a tough baseline player and Nadal found no chance
against the way He defended and in one shot He switched from the defense to attack.
Henman mentioned He was amazed by the long rallies Federer did and He ended up winning it.
“There must have been at least a dozen rallies that went 15 shots or more.I think the longest rally was 26, 27.”
“I would say Federer won two thirds, maybe three-quarters of them. That hasn’t happened against Nadal in the past.”
With this one Tim thinks Federer got a great push to play the final against the world N 1,Roger Federer Shocked Henman with the way He played Embed from Getty Images
but that doesn’t mean it’ll be an easy task for him, He’ll have to give all He has to win the match.
“I think that will give him a lot of confidence because def. Nadal But He has the world N 1 in the final” Tim added