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Chris Clarey: "Roger Federer is a big loser because..."

Christopher Clarey, reporter for the New York Times, revealed incredible statements about Roger Federer during an interview with Le Temps. Clarey said: "Roger Federer is clearly one of the best tennis players ever, but at the same time he is also a big loser. The Swiss has had to deal...
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'Roger Federer has been stopped for too long', says top analyst

The right knee has plagued Roger Federer for the past two seasons. After the semifinal reached at the Australian Open 2020, a real ordeal for the Swiss has begun on a sporting level. Suffice it to say that the former world number 1 played just 13 official matches last year, collecting nine wins and four losses.
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Roger Federer recalls: 'I avenged the Davis Cup loss'

In their early meetings, Lleyton Hewitt had the advantage over the fellow young gun Roger Federer. Facing each other for the first time in Lyon 1999, Hewitt knew how to tame the rival's shots and impose his game, winning seven of their first nine encounters. In the 2003 Davis Cup...
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Carlos Alcaraz: "Roger Federer? I would steal his elegance"

Carlos Alcaraz won his second ATP Masters 1000 career in Madrid and he reached sixth position in the ATP rankings at the age of 19. The young Spanish talent is now one of the best tennis players on the ATP Tour and two champions like Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have already expressed words of great admiration for him several times.
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'Roger Federer is also a big loser', says top analyst

Despite being away from the fields for some time now, Roger Federer continues to be an icon and a role model for many athletes. The last two years have been lacking in satisfaction for the King, struggling with the first major injury of his career. Due to his right knee...
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'He said he grew up idolizing Roger Federer but...', says top analyst

It would be useless to deny that there is great uncertainty about the current conditions of Roger Federer, who played his last match at Wimbledon losing in the quarterfinals to Hubert Hurkacz. The former World No. 1 missed the Tokyo Olympics due to a recurrence of his operated knee, citing the same reason for the most recent absences in Toronto and Cincinnati.
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Former ATP ace thanks Roger Federer

Roger Federer wants to treat himself to one last round of the merry-go-round before hanging up his racket. The former world number 1 has struggled a lot to find the right continuity in the last two years, thanks to a serious injury to his right knee. Suffice it to say...
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'People saw Roger Federer as vulnerable', says expert

Roger Federer clinched his first Major title at Wimbledon 2003. The young Swiss dropped a set in seven matches to lift the trophy in style. A week later, Federer lost to Jiri Novak in five sets in the Gstaad final and took a break heading into Montreal and Cincinnati. Roger...
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Brandon Nakashima: "I would ask Roger Federer this"

During an interview with Tennis Channel, Brandon Nakashima was asked who he'd like to be trapped in an elevator with. He answered Roger Federer. Despite being away from the circuit for some time, Federer continues to be a source of inspiration for his younger colleagues. The last two seasons have...
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