Posted on January 16, 2021 at 2:35 p.m. by La Rédaction
At 39, Roger Federer comes to the tip of his formidable profession. His coach Ivan Ljubicic returned to his unprecedented performances and compared the Swiss to … Albert Einstein!
Roger Federer struggles to get well from the bodily glitches that he accumulates in his knee. This is additionally the explanation why he is not going to take part within the Australian Open, which can be held from February 8 to 21. A milestone occasion because it is the primary time in his profession that the Swiss have to give it up, however an occasion that under no circumstances detracts from the monumental profession achieved thus far by Roger Federer. He who co-owns with Rafael Nadal the lads’s report of 20 Grand Slam victories has gained 103 ATP titles, together with 26 majors and 28 Masters 1000. He additionally holds the data of 8 singles titles at Wimbledon, 6 titles on the Masters finish of yr, and a complete of 17 main titles gained on laborious surfaces. Monumental.
Roger Federer ? “It’s like inventors, like Einstein”
“You know, I bear in mind going to see Sampras win his 14th Slam and other people have been like ‘Okay, my God, that no person will ever come close to you already know’. And you then see these guys, particularly Roger as a result of he was the one who did it first. You know, they go to territory that nobody has ever been to? You know this has by no means been achieved earlier than. So I extremely admire these athletes who’ve been in a position to do one thing that has by no means been achieved earlier than. It’s one thing, it is like inventors, you already know, like Einstein. How do you consider one thing that nobody has considered earlier than? I imply, what makes them wonderful? It have to be the way of thinking, you already know. You actually have to imagine that you are able to do one thing that has by no means been achieved earlier than and that you do not make an enormous deal out of it. “ In an interview with Allistair McCaw’s podcast, Ivan Ljubicic, the present coach of Roger Federer, confided on what the Swiss achieved on the courts. Unheard of which is genius, therefore the astonishing comparability with Albert Einstein.