Roger Federer Out at Wimbledon by Tomas Berdych

by The Insider on July 1, 2010 · 0 comments

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Roger Federer was outed at Wimbledon yesterday by Tomas Berdych 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. The 6 time champion Federer just had no answers for the big serving of the Czech player.

After the match Federer had this to say in the interview.

Q. You beat him almost every time you played him. Was he any different?

ROGER FEDERER: Like I said, I think he was a bit more consistent than in the past. I lost to him in Miami this year, where it was a really tight match as well. But from my end, obviously, you know, I’m unhappy with the way I’m playing. I couldn’t play the way I wanted to play. You know, I am struggling with a little bit of a back and a leg issue. That just doesn’t quite allow me to play the way I would like to play. So it’s frustrating, to say the least. Looking forward to some rest anyway.

Q. How do those physical things affect you the most?

ROGER FEDERER: Well, when you’re hurting, it’s just a combination of many things. You know, you just don’t feel as comfortable. You can’t concentrate on each and every point because you do feel the pain sometimes. And, uhm, yeah, then you tend to play differently than the way you want to play. Under the circumstances I think I played a decent match, you know. But I’ve been feeling bad for the last two, three matches now. It’s just not good and healthy to play under these kind of conditions, you know. So if there’s anything good about this it’s I’m gonna get some rest, that’s for sure.

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