Roger Federer is not playing tennis, to protect just that record. ‘But another Grand Slam could not hurt

Roger Federer is not playing tennis, to protect just that record. ‘But another Grand Slam could not hurt

Australian John Millman, facing Roger Federer in the third round of the Australian Open Friday night Down Under, was leading 8-4 in a tiebreaker September 5, just two points by pulling off the upset. But Millman end came soon enough, in a typical arousal Federer. A backhand winner Federer wand of a tennis racket. Millman committed unforced errors as Federer wanted to give up the point. A Federer shot falls. Federer has six consecutive points, thanks to his corner and agility, always won at age still strong 38th the match, a 4-6, 7-6, 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 fourth round epic vorzuzurĂĽcken where Márton Fucsovics of Hungary against. Federer enters a cushion 2020 season his Grand Slam record to look for. She won 20 Grand Slam titles, more than any other male player of all time. But Rafael Nadal is chasing him, Nadal won the French Open – his ridiculous 12 – and the US Open in 2019, 19 Grand Slam championships to give him for his career. recently won a slam before Federer at the Australian Open two years. Novak Djokovic, who won the Australian Open and Wimbledon – Federer in the final – in ’19, is also much in the mix, with 16 career titles. The suit race Grand Slam Tennis’ most enticing subplot of the season. Djokovic could face Federer in the semifinals of the Australian Open and Nadal in a potentially appealing final. Federer, but insists that it is not what the fans and the media focused on its overall Slam. “At the end of the day, I do not play that record only to the security courts,” Federer said well before the tournament. “I’m actually creating my story here,” Federer was the Grand Slam record a career highlight: went Pete Sampras, 14 individual titles won at Wimbledon in 2009 when he survived Andy Roddick in the final, the fifth to win 16-14 record. “This is my moment was,” Federer said, “all I have always said I was a bonus.” Federer would prefer the Grand Slam record for tight forever? Of course. But if Nadal, Djokovic or someone else down the road it excels, Federer vows “completely at peace. Completely at peace.” He began to plan for his future. Late last year, Federer has announced an investor in On, became a trademark of Swiss footwear. Federer plans to be in the company much more than a passive participant: is a head sneaker enthusiast, and he will be involved in designing shoes. Federer, the growing list of superstar athletes that do more than simply connect only rich endorsement deals with major companies signing (although Federer still has enough of it, with companies such as Uniqlo, Rolex, Credit Suisse). LeBron James has a production company; Tom Brady has his TB12 Health House. Federer, however, has not looked to other athletes for business idea: Federer said of James’ production company was not aware of the entertainment spring, until I mentioned it in conversation. “I really the way I do, to be with my life, with my family, with my background from Switzerland,” Federer said. “I heard what my heart and my gut tells me or not.” His business instincts seem to be paying off. Team8, the agency he co-founded with his longtime agent Tony Godsick, no less repetitions Coco knocked Gauff, the 15-year-old American prodigy, the defending champion Naomi Osaka at Rod Laver Arena on Friday. Federer play tennis at one stop. But his impact on the game is not going anywhere.
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