Sun. May 19th, 2019

Roger Federer: I always thought it was the hardest thing to win the first title

Swiss tennis player Roger Federer shared his memories of the most significant victories in his career.

“It always seemed to me that it was very difficult to win my first trophy. I managed to do it in Milan in 2001. I was very happy about that victory.

Another big success was winning the competition in Hamburg in 2002, when I was able to beat Marat Safin. In 2005, I was able to recoup from the score 0: 2 in sets and defeat Rafa Nadal in the finals of the tournament in Miami. That victory proved that I have a strong character. In that meeting, I learned a lot about myself.

Of course, my first major victory, the fifth title at Wimbledon and, of course, the triumph at Roland Garros in 2009 were of great importance for me. It was also very important for me to win the home tournaments in Gstaad in 2004 and in Basel in the 2006 season. In general, I have accumulated a lot of joyful moments over the years of my career, so I have nothing to complain about, “Tennis World quotes Federer.

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