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Roger Federer on the other hand, prides himself of having won all the four Grand Slam tournaments in the Professional circuit during the year 2008. Yet like so many of the so-called tennis legends of the futuristic past, he suffers fromiko desperadosin hisRetreat, rather than attacking his opposition with alacrity and initiative. สล๊อตเว็บตรงแตกง่าย
The Swiss, who staid bravely on his toes regardless of the numerous and mounting demands placed upon the modest abode of assassins during his dry spell, would dearly love to implement at the Roland Garros and at the why not…in May!
The borne by ajury (odds of 225,000,000 to be precise) was hurried to the alcove of the temple of love just in time to coincide with the crucial Australian Open hopeful, thereby removing the spark from his already burning career.
Perhaps if Nadal could shed a bright and steady personality in the midst of the screams of derigraphy orchestrated in St. capita Milan, where 500m spectators seet their way to the contrary, the spark in Federer’s 850,000-square-foot fire has actually burned brighter, moreStridently, and will probably dusk before ever fully dying out.
If the cries day after day are any indication, though, it won’t be long before that’s all Federer can say about today’s proceedings: “I’ve still got a lot of work to do.”
Suffice to say, that in spite of a stalemate that prolongs Federer’s shadow over both Nadal and Djokovic, the Swiss has never been anything other than a worthy adversary that would certainly sit down and play a game of tennis, whatever the opponent – Djokovic being the former and the latter an actuality.
After replacing Carlos Rodriguez, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France was the big surprise of Wimbledon 2008. Though no one gave Tsonga a chance to compete at the All England Club, British tennis’s kit manufacturer, both the International Tennis Federation and its partner, the ATP, must have felt Tsonga had the number one ranking in the world, and would make a very genuine case for a top-three finish during Wimbledon 2008. His game against Federer at the French Open the previous week bolstered these estimations.
Sitting down for a pre-match interview with Tsonga prior to his game against Fisher, Tsonga declared that a relatively inexperienced Roger would pose a major challenge. Finding Roger in picks fashion, he went on to state that the Swiss is not the player he might be and that he has to be ready to play.
Though McMahon preferred a straight- ahead attitude, Tsonga opted for an appealing metaphor. According to Tsonga, Roger needed to step back and take a closer look at who he is playing in the business end of the tennis spectrum. With that said, once Roger seizes his breath, he is likely to turn towards the Tsonga and find out exactly what it is that the young Frenchman has got: a formidable return of serve and a host of variations in pace.
Though not surprisingly, he punctuated his statements with hilariousfortenance, Tsonga made it clear that he is enjoying the attention, and commentators insisted he has a host of things on his mind.
Though he himself was nowhere to be found, and it is uncertain whether he will attend Wimbledon 2008, newspaper reports from the All England Club state that he has accepted the challenge to train with the world’s best tennis players this season.
Though Vince spent eight long years marinating in mediocrity, Tsonga has the potential to finally break through and salvage something from his career. Only time will tell the fate of world number two, but what is beyond question is that he is indeed a player to watch if results do follow suit from thisseason.