If Roger has peaked, then he has been peaking since 2007 because he has been terrible in non-Grand Slam matches.. Well not terrible, but obviously his standard when he plays in Grand Slams is nonevident in other tournaments.
I mean credit has to be given to Tsonga though. He stopped missing nearly all his shots when Roger was up in that third set.
WARNING: This signature may contain extreme traces of bullying and glory hunting TOMMY HASS 0 slams () and 0 finals 0 consecutive weeks at world no. 1 0 consecutive Laureus World Sports Awards 0 times qualified for YEC 3-13 H2H against Rogi Featherer 0-5 H2H against Rafito Nadal
Career low ranking: 1,241 (26.06.1995) 0 fake mullets flaunted in Roland Garros finals. 0 double bagels consumed against Raonic on grass 1 first name in common with Tommy Robredo
~~~for Masters events FED doesn`t really care much anymore, sure he likes to win and be #1 but he doesn`t really stress about losing every Masters title in the QF or SF anymore-- to him they`re merely practice for the slams these days..!!
shall i remind you of FED`s performance in the slams 2004---now:: win, win, SF, SF, win, win, win, final, win, win, win, final, win, win, SF, final, final, win, final, win, win..
Well we can't judge if he has peaked until a few years down the track, but i presume he knows he will not be able to match it with the new youngsters fighting for his spot over the next couple of years so he tries not to burnout before the slams. Which is a smart thing to do and could produce another 4-5 slams down the track.