The first time Roger Federer came to San Francisco, he chose this “special” location to host the 2025 Laver Cup, Federer’s brainchild.

I have already expressed my analysis of the tournament in previous articles which you can find here. Sinner is in a spectacular moment of form and he is perhaps the man to beat, at the moment, on hard court.

But a champion like Djokovic, if he has recovered from some physical problems that affected him in the first months of the year, is practically unbeatable, if at his highest level. Without considering how Carlitos (defending champion) and Daniil Medvedev are ready to enter the race for the Californian title.

Roger Federer also expressed on the Indian Wells ATP Masters 1000. The Swiss Maestro, present at the San Francisco Bay Arena to announce the Chase Center as the venue for the 2025 edition of the Laver Cup, gave a long interview to NBC, during which he touched on many times. Indian Wells precisely, but also his post-retirement life and his family.

I think Djokovic is the big favourite. I think Sinner hasn’t lost since the Australian Open. I think Alcaraz is also back playing and he’s the defending champion, so I think the winner will be one of those three guys. Unfortunately Nadal withdrew,” explained Federer, regarding Indian Wells.

Roger opens up on his post-tennis retirement life

The 20-time Slam champion also spoke about how he keeps his body in shape now that he is no longer a professional tennis player. The Swiss has provided very interesting indications, which can be seen as advice to many athletes.

 

“I now have a gym that I didn’t have before. Funnily enough, I got it the week after I retired, so now I have to use it. I go there four times a week and train. Less pressure is my favorite part of retirement! And I don’t having to put my body through a lot when I’m not ready to play, so it’s a big relief. I play squash and tennis and swim a lot now. I’m actually trying to stay very active. I’m still doing rehab for the knee. I try to train as much as possible,” he explained.

Roger also opened up about his family life, even talking about his two sets of twins.

“We have a great relationship, but we also have our little battles, you know. They don’t listen to me all day, every day, but that’s okay, we keep trying. We try to do our best. We have twins who are almost 10 years old and two twins who are almost 15.

 

I think it’s important to give them love so that they know you were there when they were young. And then, of course, now that they’re growing up, we try to give them the right advice and guide them in the right direction, but we also have to let them flying alone. And it’s hard, hard as parents, but I do the best I can,” he said.

 

Related Posts

Eminem’s ‘Rap God’ received praises from Ice Cube for one thing

Eminem’s “Rap God” isn’t just a hit; it’s a lyrical masterpiece that even Ice Cube himself applauds. In a recent interview with xxlmag.com, the legendary rapper praised…

Roger Federer’s Lobster Phobia: A Tennis Icon’s Unexpected Foe

Roger Federer, widely regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, is known for his unparalleled skill, grace on the court, and unflappable demeanor…

Roger Federer’s Intimate Beach Escapes: Cherishing Every Moment with His Kids

Renowned tennis icon Roger Federer, known for his graceful presence on the court and his unwavering dedication to the sport, recently took a well-deserved break from his…

Father’s Fury: Novak Djokovic’s Dad Reveals Roger Federer’s Alleged Attack on Teenage Son

Novak Djokovic’s father once claimed that the Swiss Legend Roger Federer “attacked” his son when he was a teenager. Srdjan Djokovic, father of Novak Djokovic said in…

Lindsey Vonn Under Fire: Tennis Fans Slam Controversial GOAT Opinion Amidst Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic’s Influence

American alpine ski racer Lindsey Vonn has once again landed herself in trouble with her post about the GOAT of tennis. As the 39-year-old Olympic champion shared…

Reliving Tennis History: Federer and Nadal’s Epic Showdown in the 2005 Miami Open Final

Roger Federer recently expressed nostalgia after stumbling across a highlight reel of his 2005 Miami Open final against Rafael Nadal, who was just 18 years old back…

Trả lời

Email của bạn sẽ không được hiển thị công khai. Các trường bắt buộc được đánh dấu *