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If we can acept MTFs opinions why cant we accept a real tennis player opinions right?

Roger Federer latest is among the most unexpected, especially for a man raised in a country known for its benign neutrality: backroom power broker.


But after leading the ATP Tour Player Council as president the last three years, Federer has become a savvy student of the laws of political governance.


Much of Roger Federer's behind-the-scenes work this year has focused on persuading the four majors to share a larger piece of the revenue pie with players.
He has also lobbied that a larger percentage of prize money go to earlier rounds to rectify a growing income distribution gap.



That work has increasingly fallen on his shoulders, as Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, once Player Council members, left their leadership positions.

Take his pre-tournament schedule last month at the Masters event.


Under added security because of death threats, Roger Federer arrived on a Friday and discussed strategy with ATP player and board representatives till about 1 a.m.

He practiced the next morning, spent about 7 hours in meetings with various representatives of the Grand Slams and still attended the player party Saturday night.

On Sunday evening, he hosted three hours of meetings in his hotel room with the Player Council, ATP executive staff, and U.S. Open executives -- all before he struck a match ball.


"Roger has so many demands on his schedule and the fact that he is investing so much time into the player council and these negotiations shows his character and how much he cares for the future of the sport,"

doubles specialist and council member Eric Butorac of the USA wrote in a recent email. "I believe it is very unprecedented to have a top player so involved."


It's not just Roger Federer's time than matters. It's his clout.

"I think having someone like him on the council can be a big benefit, especially if you're going into important meetings with the Grand Slams," No. 3 Andy Murray said Saturday.


Reserved by nature, Federer has come a long way in understanding the needs and concerns of everyone from players ranked well outside the top 50 to doubles specialists.


Roger Federer did not slip into the role of leader without some angst.



It is, like his precise shotmaking and fluid movements, a delicate balancing act. Demands can stretch on and on. The mind can become weary. Focus can waver.


Despite threats of a boycott and other hard-line tactics -- for tennis -- Roger Federer and his fellow players and ATP executives have shepherded successes.



The French Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open each contributed a larger percentage of prize money to earlier rounds this season.



The Australian Open will do the same in January, and in a pre-emptive strike already announced the biggest year-over-year prize money increase in its history.


More important, Roger Federer said, is the "productive" dialogue taking place.


"I'm happy that we've gotten to the table with the Slams and been able to explain our case," he said.


At 31, Roger Federer is brushing up against the usual threshold when age undermines skill, which means every minute and every decision he makes counts.


In that regard, time management might just be the Swiss' biggest asset. He seems to have found a formula that works.


Federer takes on role as backroom power broker (ATP future and situation)




Janowicz is arrogant moron ever.



jerk.

Nadal "Sampras, Ivanisevic match. or one between those kind of players, is not enjoyable. It's not really tennis. it is a few swings of the racquet. For me in the past it was just serve. serve". arrogance.

clay excluded. successive win 0.  If grass and a hard are fast. Like Sampras era. Nadal is able to win only with clay. power of defense and muscles. boring ugly. All the surface is slow now.

fake time-out. cheat. gamesmanship. too noisy annoying always. excuse. boycotts threatened. always dissatisfaction cry complaints. dissatisfaction to schedule. selfish two-year ranking. bump to player. ugly protest. always exaggerated appeal of self condition. etc. overrated by fanatic arrogant blind fan
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Looks like another Tomic in the making. How about winning something first.
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Bitch, please. You don't even the right to call them by their names without the honorific "Mr."
I am sure Mr Federer and Mr Djokovic will deliver a great beat down to Mr Janowicz the next time they meet in the draw.
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I am pretty sure feder and djokovic dont care what jerzy thinks about them at all.
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I am pretty sure feder and djokovic dont care what jerzy thinks about them at all.
ofc, nole will pretend like he doesn't care and fed will ask is this janowicz a ball kid

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They have every right to be so and be whatever they want because they are SUPERIOR in every way compering to the rest of the field (excluding Muzzman and RAfa) First grow a mustache and prove your self before trashing legends cuz you wont get far with a Safin formula.

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superiority breeds arrogance but it does not justify it.
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That is why this young boy thinks of Federer as someone who is above everything and who is not one of us.But he likes to watch Federer playing like Nadal,Novak,Murray and almost all players watch him,As my father said This guy Federer is not real he dances on the court and could play with suit. How on earth can someone to be born just for this job?! He loves Fed and he hates him at the same time but has never missed a match of Fed,You tell me what to think for this 72 old man?! Here we have a young wild boy so he would mature just needs time, Who knows,
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That is why this young boy thinks of Federer as someone who is above everything and who is not one of us.But he likes to watch Federer playing like Nadal,Novak,Murray and almost all players watch him,As my father said This guy Federer is not real he dances on the court and could play with suit. How on earth can someone to be born just for this job?! He loves Fed and he hates him at the same time but has never missed a match of Fed,You tell me what to think for this 72 old man?! Here we have a young wild boy so he would mature just needs time, Who knows,

Its really not that difficult to grasp

He like federer's game. His comments are on federer's personality not his game.So yeah, in a way he likes him and he doesnt at the same time.
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That is why this young boy thinks of Federer as someone who is above everything and who is not one of us.But he likes to watch Federer playing like Nadal,Novak,Murray and almost all players watch him,As my father said This guy Federer is not real he dances on the court and could play with suit. How on earth can someone to be born just for this job?! He loves Fed and he hates him at the same time but has never missed a match of Fed,You tell me what to think for this 72 old man?! Here we have a young wild boy so he would mature just needs time, Who knows,
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I am sure he does not know Fed personality.
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I am sure he does not know Fed personality.
well in his view federer comes across a certain way and he doesnt like it. Thats all he's saying here, nothing to do with his actual game.
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Haha may be his best friend is Tomic !This boy reached one final and thinks he is next big thing!God,why once u cant hear something like this from a young player like Grigor....
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I am sure he does not know Fed personality.
maybe, but from where he's got the notion that he's the one who should represent all tennis players, saying 'he's not one of us'!?

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