A Lot More Play Left With Me Says Roger Federer, after the post match the Swiss star gave a message to his rivals that he can play for some more time.
A Lot More Play Left With Me Says Roger Federer :
Roger Federer warned his contenders not to write about him after one more Wimbeldon final defeat. The Swiss star won a title in 2012. He is empty from last three years by not having a major title.Federer’s bid for a first Grand Slam crown since he last won Wimbledon in 2012 was shattered by Novak Djokovic as the world number one clinched a 7-6 (7/1), 6-7 (10/12), 6-4, 6-3 victory yesterday.
I managed to defeat Djokovic for two times
Federer, in this Wimbeldon shown some spectacular performances through out the start. But he not managed to bag another Wimbeldon title. It was a massive blow for the Federer with out having a win in his favorite tournament for the record eigth time. The Swiss star, up to now won 22 Grand Slam events and with the world number two turning 34 before the US Open, which start in August. There will be many who believe his 10th Wimbledon final will prove to be his last chance to add to his 17 Grand Slam titles. But the 33 year-old Swiss star showed that there is a lot more play left with him after watching his Semi-final against Andy Murray. The serves which had done by Federer become too much difficult to break even for the Novack also.
No need to feel sad I already have this title in the past
“I lost against the world No. 1 at the moment. That’s the kind of guy you probably can lose against. I’m not going to
accept it and say it’s normal. It’s not,” Federer said. “But I’ve beaten him a few times. I’m one of the few guys that’s
gotten a chance. “I think I was able to show that on the court today, how close it really was. Even though at the end it
might look routine, but I don’t think that was the case. “I’m right there. My game is good. I got broken very few times
this tournament. “I played on my terms. Things are all right. I still think I had a great tournament. You can have good tournaments without winning.” “It’s never fun losing. You walk away empty-handed. For me a finalist trophy is not the same. Everybody knows that,” Federer said. “But thankfully I’ve won here in the past, so it does not feel like I’m chasing anything.”