Roger Federer: ‘This is definitely a big moment for me to…’

Roger Federer has been a role model for many athletes.

When they say that work pays off. Marc-Andrea Huesler, the 26-year-old Swiss tennis player, has been climbing positions in the world ranking until reaching number 64 after his surprising victory in the 250 in Sofia. With Swiss tennis orphaned Roger Federer after hanging up his racket on the Laver Cuo, and Stan Wawkrinka struggling to revert to the man we all knew, the 26-year-old from Zurich has come out of nowhere.

Huesler won his first professional title in Bulgaria, which returns all the work he has done so far: “I always have the feeling that the classification is a little below the real level of a player. But I am very happy with the way I have grown this year.

I started the year outside the Top 100, I was 170th, 180th. Now I took this step, it’s a big step, I had to make a lot of points this year.” The Swiss tennis player spoke about his characteristics “On the court I am basically very calm, I would say, and at least that is what I try to show abroad, because I just want to have enough time and enough clarity in my head to understand what is going on the track at the time.

As a player, I am definitely aggressive. I have an aggressive style of play. I want to be unpredictable. I want to surprise my opponent with my decisions.” In his interview for the ATP, Huesler also wanted to comment, obviously, on the goodbye to tennis of his idol and compatriot Roger Federer: “It is definitely difficult to follow in his footsteps.

He did a lot for the sport. Watching him play on TV, no matter where, honestly, half the time he didn’t even know where he was playing, but he basically won and made it look so easy.”

Federer is a true champion

Roger Federer reflected on the fanfare he received as his legendary status in tennis kept growing over the years.

“This is definitely a big moment for me to thank everybody who has always supported me. I feel the Federer fans became more and more the older I got,” he said. “If I had all these emotions on the court, it’s because of the fans.

They know that, I know that, and those are the things I’m going to miss. Traveling around the world, have somebody wait for me, and be so excited to see me, that’s why I wrote in the letter that I love tennis and I will see you around,” he added.

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