Roger Federer Calls Out Rafael Nadal At The Stuttgart Open As He Vows For World No 1 Spot: Roger Federer sat out of the clay-court season as he watched arch-rival Nadal to win the French Open. The victory at Roland Garros has ensured Nadal to stays top of the standings by 100 ATP points.
Roger Federer Calls Out Rafael Nadal At The Stuttgart Open As He Vows For World No 1 Spot
And Federer only needs three to wins in Germany to leapfrog the Spaniard and extending his record as the oldest ever as the top player.
But ahead of his return to the action, the Swiss star took time to congratulate Nadal on his victory in Paris. This is an extra motivation to becoming the world No 1, said Federer. The holidays were wonderful. I had no setbacks, so I am fit.
We can only bow to each other and congratulating each other. Incredible. Absolutely only the superlatives remain is there. To win a tournament at all in 11 times is almost an unthinkable.
Federer’s closest challenger in the Stuttgart is world No 3 Alexander Zverev – who is crashed out of the French Open in the quarter-finals.
I think he learned a lot from the three five-set matches which he played in Paris, Federer added. I am expecting a lot from him in the coming months.
With such a mark-up and good returns that he has, there is always something to possible.
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