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Roger Federer (36) after the surprising defeat at Wimbledon: “I come back next year”

Roger Federer (ATP 2) will Wimbledon this year for the ninth time on his list to write. The Swiss defending champion went out in the quarter-finals surprisingly crashed against the South African Kevin Anderson (ATP-8). “On a day that I my best tennis, I passed there not in the above, analysed the 36-year-old Federer.

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The “FedExpress” won the first two sets easily, but was not subsequently in the storage of Anderson. “I felt good, but I had no super day. Especially behind the baseline, I was not completely at ease. I have not really an explanation for, but I felt not quite 100 percent. I felt mentally not tired, and it was not even my opponent. It was one of those days that I finish the job without my best tennis, had to get it done. That is not successful, and that is disappointing.”

“I felt in the beginning. I played varied and gedisicplineerd. But afterward, I could not surprise him. I could not do enough to put him in the error of force. It was not bad today, just a little moderate. That happens often, but I will usually also get away with it. I could get my level, jack. On a day when it was necessary, did I not in my best tennis.”

“The disappointment is great, especially because I was in the third set, two matchpunten had. Anderson hit just as hard, making it difficult to get in the rallies to come. He just did it perfectly. He can trust his storage, and his returns in the second storage, but that was no surprise. He continued to accost and was solid. In the important moments he was there also.”

Next year will Federer again for a ninth title. “That is, in any case, the purpose. I’m here like. I have good memories. And my heroes won here. Every time I am here, I try to be like them to perform. So next year I try again,” concluded Federer in the press conference.

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