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Old 04-15-2009, 05:16 AM   #76
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Roger feel very happy for his marriage~~~~~

I also very happy for that. I think Roger will "grow up" again after marry.
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Federer spending honeymoon on worst possible surface

MONTE CARLO, April 14 (Reuters) - Since Roger Federer’s last outing on clay was nothing short of a nightmare, it is a bit surprising to see the Swiss has chosen to spend his honeymoon at the Monte Carlo Masters.

Instead of whisking his new bride off to a glamorous holiday destination, Federer turned up for work just three days after marrying his longtime girlfriend Mirka Vavrinec in a low-key ceremony in his hometown of Basel.

“Of course I spoke to Mirka. She was completely relaxed about whatever decision I took,” the world number two told a press conference on Tuesday.

“I feel like I’ve been on a honeymoon for the last years, so I don’t feel necessarily I need to go somewhere, to a special place, to celebrate with her.”

Instead of reminiscing about the wedding celebrations with his wife, Federer will be looking to bury memories of his 2008 French Open final ordeal when he won just four games against Rafael Nadal.

“We’ve had a lot of nice moments over all those years. We don’t feel like we need it necessarily,” added Federer, who had at first decided to skip the claycourt event in the posh principality.

“I felt like it was the right thing to do, so I’m happy to be here.”

Federer met Vavrinec while she was playing tennis for Switzerland at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000.

He said his marriage was the icing on the cake of a long relationship.

“It’s a very special moment. I thought it to be a bit more relaxed because we’ve been together for so, so long,” he said.

“Once you get married, there’s not a whole lot that changes. But it definitely does change your mindset, your life. It was nice sharing the moment with my family, my closest friends.

“I got very emotional. So it was very nice. It was just nice to know that she loves me so much, I love her so much.

“It was just a very nice day. We had perfect sky, perfect weather. It was just very, very nice.”

Federer added that he shed tears of joy on his wedding day, three months after bursting into tears following his defeat to Nadal in the Australian Open final.

“A few tears here and there. It was nice,” he said.

Federer is gunning for his first Monte Carlo Masters title after losing in the final to Nadal in the last three years.

He will start his campaign with a second-round match against Italian Andreas Seppi on Wednesday. (Editing by Pritha Sarkar; To query or comment on this story email sportsfeedback@thomsonreuters.com)
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Wednesday, 15 April 2009

R. FEDERER/A. Seppi
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An interview with: ROGER FEDERER

THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. Three match points. Was that a good kind of a workout; something you needed to get your confidence?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, I mean, not that. Just the match itself I thought was a good one to have as a first round. I knew there was going to be some long rallies with Seppi. He's very happy, you know, just rallying. He's very steady off both sides, you know. So on a good day he can be really dangerous. So I've already played him twice this year, which was kind of good going into this match, knowing what to expect.
I thought I played okay. I had a good stretch at the end of the first set, beginning of the second. Maybe could have made it easier for myself in the second. Had some opportunities. He hung in there and I didn't play my best. But still happy I came through so good.

Q. What is the most challenging thing for you about the adjustments to clay?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, I mean, I guess things like getting used to the bad bounces. We've been playing on hard court now for nine months, is it, or eight? You know, you never see a bad bounce. So all of a sudden you're a little bit worried, sometimes hitting half volleys because you know they can bounce onto your frame and stuff like that. You've just got to look for confidence that you find by playing matches and practice a lot, you know. As we don't have much practice yet, you're maybe a bit tentative.
And I guess just the sliding, knowing when to slide, how much to slide. Sometimes you slide but you don't have to. Those kind of decision makings just happen naturally the more time you spend on the surface.

Q. When was your first contact with clay this year?
ROGER FEDERER: Maybe nine days ago.

Q. And do you know approximately how many hours you spent on clay this year before this match?
ROGER FEDERER: Sure. Maybe 10 or so.

Q. Is it something that you enjoy, playing on clay? Is there a challenge in it?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, I mean, it just feels natural to me because I played so much as a kid. I mean, I remember even wintertimes I used to play indoor clay, you know, under the balloon in Basel. So I played that until I was, you know, 14, basically I only played on clay. Then after that I went to the National Tennis Center, where indoors then was Supreme Court, hard court, which allowed me to improve my indoor skills and, you know, my fast court playing skills.

But the clay has always basically been my first surface, you know, I grew up on. So the sliding and all this comes to me within the first five minutes, then it's just the timing, you know, how much you have to slide. This stuff just comes with time.

But I like the challenge, you know, the way the rallies are sometimes played. Of course, in a match like today or in the beginning of the clay court season, I feel there's many errors from both ends, the rallies, the points finish in an error. That sometimes is disappointing, you know, because you play actually a good point and then in the end you miss by this much and it's not a winner, it's an error. On hard court and on grass courts, you've got to go and fetch the point a bit more, whereas here you can actually pretty much wait for an error from the opponent if you move him around enough.

Q. You mentioned bad bounces. Is that why you hold back the way you play your first few matches on clay?
ROGER FEDERER: Not really. You've got to be careful. I feel sometimes like you want to rally to find the rhythm, and then you realize, well, you're giving the other guy rhythm, too. So it's a fine line, you know, of how you want to play it.

Being offensive is good, too, you know, because you want to keep the points short sometimes and take away time from your opponent and rhythm. So it's always a close call how you want to play. You got to read the situation well.

I felt like I had a bit of both: I think I played well on the offensive at times and also just being steady. I had enough to work too much defensively today, so maybe the next match I'll get more of that.

Q. You played a few times versus Seppi. Did you find any change in his way of playing? Does he play always the same?
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, like I said, he's pretty happy, you know, just rallying from the baseline, being aggressive. He can play more aggressive. But to me it seems like he decides not to.

I definitely think he didn't have a good serving day today. Because I've played him like in Australia and, I don't know, was it here last year? Yeah, two years ago. I thought he served better then which helped him a lot to stay in the set and be dangerous because he's a good return player.

I like his style. He stays very easy on his backhand and on his forehand. There's no big upper body movement, you know, and that allows him to pick up tough shots quite easily and make it look nice. So I like his style, yeah.

Q. Are you looking forward to playing Stan? Second time this year.
ROGER FEDERER: Well, yeah. I mean, the XO, whatever, doesn't count to me.

Of course, I like to play against him. I'm so happy he was able to take it to the next level last year, getting into the top 10, finally sort of making the break. Not really finally, because he's always been a work in progress. He was always a guy taking one step back, two steps forward. So it's nice to see him playing more consistently now on a regular basis.
It's our first match on clay against each other. I'm excited to see how it's going to turn out.

Q. Some players use sports psychologists seemingly more and more these days. Have you ever used one? What do you think of the idea of using one?
ROGER FEDERER: I had one back in '97/'98, I think, yeah, kind of during that time, for one and a half years. There it was more like anger management, you know (smiling). That was what it was about for me then.

I pretty quickly realized it was basically up to me and not someone else to tell me how to behave, because my parents were telling me anyway, friends as well. Other players were saying, What is wrong with you? That was just up to me to decide when I wanted to take that step and say, you know what, let's try the quiet version of the Roger Federer. So that was pretty funny.

But, no, other than that, I never really considered one, you know. Honestly, I don't know if many have used and that it's been beneficial.

Q. Do you think they offer something to people, something extra to the players?
ROGER FEDERER: I don't know. I think I feel like in different sports maybe I think they can be very beneficial. But I think tennis is quite a unique sport in the sense that we've got to take a decision so short term. I don't know. There's no time to waste. There's no real trick behind winning a tennis match. You cannot sleep all night and still play great; and you can prepare as good as you can, you know, and play the worst match of your life. So there's not a real preparation you can do really to make you play your best tennis.

Then decision making happens so quickly, and confidence is such a good factor that winning matches is what does it to you and losing matches does the opposite. So I think tennis is not the best example for that kind of stuff.

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A bit late with this comment, I know... but I'd have been very surprised to read that Roger didn't cry at his wedding

How lovely that a man is so completely at ease with himself that he can tell the world how much in love he is with the woman in his life
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Quite interesting that Roger was getting asked about a sports psychologist in his presser today and to read what he answered
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Fed's quest for immortality a question mark

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Posted by James Martin, TENNIS.com

If there's one deadline none of us forget, it's April 15. Which makes it all the more amusing to watch men's tennis this week. While most of us scurry to file our tax returns, the pros are kicking up European dirt in the most renowned of tax shelters, Monte Carlo. It's always been a favorite tour stop for the pros, many of whom live in the city ("maintain residence" may be the more apropos way to describe it).

One player who doesn't need a tax break is Roger Federer, who still lives in his native Switzerland. But the newly married and expectant father, who planned to skip Monte Carlo in an attempt to pace himself during the grueling clay-court season, requested, and was granted, an 11th-hour wild card to compete in the tournament.

Federer has struggled with consistency this season, both in terms of results and actually keeping the ball in play. So logging in more time, not less, on the court might be the best thing for his game.

His recent form has been a point of vigorous debate. Just check out any message board or talk with your friends at the local tennis club and you'll find a hotly debated conversation on what ails the Mighty Fed. It's tennis' new bar-room game. Some of the theories are convincing. For example, there are those who point out that players are smartly exploiting Federer's backhand, which, in turn, has become an increasing liability. And Federer's habit of chipping backhands short to get a cross-court forehand to rip, a once-successful gambit, isn't as effective anymore. Other theories, such as Federer losing his mojo because he's going to be a dad, are about as believable as a Novak Djokovic medical timeout.

In discussing Federer's game with my own circle of tennis nuts, I've heard something that wasn't even imaginable 12 months ago -- namely that Roger Federer will end his career stuck at 13 Grand Slam titles.

Ridiculous, right? Federer is just 27. He has reached the final of the last four majors, a run that included winning the U.S. Open, and he still owns the most complete game on tour. It's enough evidence for me to believe Federer will surpass Pete Sampras' mark of 14 and become the greatest player of all time.

But what if the Mighty Fed isn't as mighty as everyone thinks? A year ago, Federer's only real threat was Rafael Nadal. Now Andy Murray and Djokovic have proven they can beat Federer. Tennis is a confidence game, and with each passing Slam in which Federer comes up short, the pressure will mount.

Imagine the implications if Federer gets stuck at 13. How long do you reckon he'd play to break the record? You can almost see him plying his trade well into his 30s, gray around the temples, the Grand Slam record becoming his Great White Whale.

And what about the G.O.A.T. debate? You won't find a more adversarial exchange than the one that pits Federer fans against Sampras fans. If Federer wins 15 or more majors, the debate is over. He's the G.O.A.T. If he doesn't, message boards will forever be hives of unruly Sampras and Federer acolytes slinging stats and immature attacks at each other.

It's still hard to imagine Federer coming up short. But you can say this: His quest for tennis immortality, which seemed inevitable (and boring), is shaping up to be the most fascinating story in tennis.

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OK we've got someone who's seriously :retard:. No point in responding except to say it's disgusting to think Roger would marry and father a child with someone he didn't really love. Just because some fans aren't ready to accept Roger as a husband and father (or they think it's distracting him from his career) doesn't mean he's in denial or is doing this against his will.

Is it me you are insulting with a lame and stupid smiley?
Who do you think you are to treat people like that? because you got more messages? Good grief, you want a medal?

Because someone doesn't agree with you and don't think like you, give you the right to call him insane with a stupid smiley not even directly to him but to others?
You are pathetic.
I'm not even waiting for apologies, coming from someone like you, it has no values whatsoever.
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Quite interesting that Roger was getting asked about a sports psychologist in his presser today and to read what he answered
Hit me with it, but it only tells me even more how much he indeed needs one...
Sorry about that folks, but I happen to have this habit of telling my true feelings, whether it's Politically Correct or not.
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Hit me with it, but it only tells me even more how much he indeed needs one...
Sorry about that folks, but I happen to have this habit of telling my true feelings, whether it's Politically Correct or not.
I agree with Nick Bollettieri. He basically said Roger needs someone who will remind him loud and clear how good he really is. Maybe a psychologist can help him get his confidence back, but I'm not so sure. And anyway it's not something you'd disclose to the media.
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I agree with Nick Bollettieri. He basically said Roger needs someone who will remind him loud and clear how good he really is. Maybe a psychologist can help him get his confidence back, but I'm not so sure. And anyway it's not something you'd disclose to the media.
Hi Jen

I was scanning for the Bollettieri article......but I couldn't find it....could you give me a link to it.

I don't think Roger needs to see a shrink. He just needs a coach to give him that pep talk
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I was scanning for the Bollettieri article......but I couldn't find it....could you give me a link to it.

I don't think Roger needs to see a shrink. He just needs a coach to give him that pep talk
I'll see if I can find it. I don't think it was recent. Maybe Roger needs to talk to Nick.
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anyone who has a link or a transkript from the interview he gave reuters tuesday? blick.ch online only had a few parts on their homepage. thx.
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