Federer revealed a big goal, to be the “adviser” for the tennis queen at the Australian Open

On the threshold of the first Grand Slam in 2020, Roger Federer has made interesting revelations about the preparation process, goals and advice for Ashleigh Barty – the world’s No. 1 female tennis player.

From January 20 to February 2, Roger Federer will compete at the first Australian Open – Grand Slam of the year. However, the preparation for the new season of the 38-year-old legend is unknown. While two rival rivals Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic began to “warm the machine” thanks to attending the ATP Cup, Federer chose to practice quietly in his home town of Switzerland. In fact, he hasn’t played any matches since November last year.

In an interview with a radio channel in Melbourne (Australia), Federer admitted Nadal and Djokovic were still the most difficult obstacles, but he was confident in his ability to take the 7th throne at the Australian Open, thereby leveling the century. Djokovic’s championship record:

Besides, Federer also took time to talk about Ashleigh Barty – the No. 1 female tennis player in the world. Starting playing professionally very early (2010) but until the 2019 season, the Australian tennis player’s name “covered” the women’s tennis village. She reached the quarter-finals of the Australian Open at home, the fourth round of Wimbledon and the US Open, the highest peak was the championship of Roland Garros.

This title helped Barty become the first Australian to win the single category in clay Grand Slam since 1973 (Margaret Court), the first Australian to crown a single Grand Slam since 2011 (Samantha Stosur) ). After the Birmingham Classic in June, the 23-year-old officially rose to No. 1 WTA.

According to Federer, to maintain the current peak, Barty needs to make different decisions to help himself reach his full potential:

That’s what happened to me from winning my first title to reaching No. 1 in the world. After that, in my mind I always think ‘I’m born to conquer, I prefer to become the number 1 position of the challenger’.

Novak Djokovic was crowned at Wimbledon 2019

On July 14, Tennis fans were satisfied with the 4-hour 57-minute mark between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final 2019.

The final match that weighed in on Wimbledon’s history with a time of 4 hours 57 minutes between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer was officially conquered with a superstar victory from Serbia. Djokovic has shown his agility and acumen as well as his competitive spirit in the Tie-Breaks series, which makes Tennis fans extremely satisfied.

Djokovic’s opponent, Roger Federer, is no less competitive with the chasing score for nearly 5 hours, both of them have a lot of chances to win with 7-6, 1-6 respectively. , 7-6, 4-6 and 13-12. But Novak Djokovic did a better job of leading the score with a 3-2 score in the match, convincing and winning the 16th Grand Slam trophy.

Immediately after the match, Novak Djokovic shared: “This is probably the most brainstorming game I have ever participated in, before I had a most physically losing match with Nadal in the final of the Australian Open tournament. It took nearly 6 hours. But today’s match is probably the match that gives me the most mental pressure and it’s on a different level. This final match was one of the matches I used many hind legs to hold the most. I always had to be in defensive position during the match, Federer, he was completely in the initiative. I tried my best to fight and be flexible to find goals. All three tie-breaks to win are very important, this can be considered my best match. ”

He added, “The most difficult moment will help you become strong, re-acknowledge yourself and also be an opportunity to better understand yourself.”

At the age of 32, Nokvak Djokovic excelled in winning five Wimbledon trophies in his career. If you look back at Novak’s entire career, perhaps 2011 was the most important milestone in Novak Djokovic’s career when he won the Wimbledon for the first time that same year and he won many great achievements and rise to number one in the world.

Novak Djokovic also has a massive fortune in owning 16 Grand Slam awards including: 7 Australian Open, 1 Roland-Garros (Open Solution), 5 Wimbledon and 3 US Open.