Let me get this straight, genius (I'll break it down for you to make it easier).
- So winning a slam on a slowass surface
- which is also purportedly the best surface of your biggest rival and current number 1
- who is also at the peak of his powers AND
- has a valid case for being an all-time great (if not already)
- as well as beating your second biggest rival who won the last slam on a similar surface AND
- is also at the peak of his powers AND
- is tipped to be world number one at some point during this year
- at the ripe old age of 31.5 years AND
- after being in the top 5 for most matches played ever (and won) in an admittedly physical era of tennis
- all the time you considering he had the toughest possible path to those two wins is NOT a mountainous task.
Right, you got me there
At least there is a consolation for you in the fact that all the blind Noletards seem to think the same which is hardly surprising.
Like I said jack earlier jack ass, the words 'tough' and 'hard' do not exist in Federer's vocabulary. All his delusional fans might thing he has a tough draw, but I'm pretty sure he is confident of winning against any opponent. Like I've said countless times, he's Roger Federer, the GOAT, not some mug. Maybe if this was a draw for other top 10 players i.e (Berdych, Tipsy, Ferrer, Clownga), then maybe it would be considered tough for them... but it's not there draws, it's the draw of someone who can beat anyone, on any given day, on any given surface, slow or fast.... But whatever keep crying over his draw.