Roger Federer: Is He Near the Cemetery?

The Swiss is in the twilight of his career and is way past his prime because at 31 years of age, bterapiaberles he can’t work day and day out. Moreover, a recurring back injury has made the matters tougher for him as that pain is hampering his movement to an extent that he is taking that split second extra to reach to the strokes of his opponents. coloradowebimpressions

Moreover, the same wound is disallowing him to employ the offensive brand of tennis that he is known for and with that he is forced to adjust to a more conservative approach against his rivals. Case in point is his recent triumph over his doubles partner Stanislas Wawrinka in round four of the Masters tournament in California where he was completely overpowered and outstretched in the rallies. uniquenewsonline

Somehow, he has been lacking the intensity and the mental toughness he had and has looked out of sorts especially during the clutch situations in his matches in 2013. For instance, manguerosein the Australian Open semifinals against Andy Murray he showed implausible resolve to take the match into the fifth set, only to falter in the very first game as he lost his serve and with that the contest. It was quite surprising to see Federer bow out without putting up any fight against the world no.3 in the decider. repcohome

In his next tournament – the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam, the 17 times Major holder was dumped out in the quarterfinals by French journeyman Julien Benneateau and what was worrisome was that it wasn’t that the Geneva resident had won that encounter, rather it was gifted away to him by the world no.2. At the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships towering Czech Tomas Berdych overpowered him for the second time in a row as the legend squandered three match points in the second set. optimalremodel

There should not be any second thoughts about it that the signs are ominous for the reigning Wimbledon champ as his no.2 rank is on the line and can be toppled from that spot by the US Open winner, if Andy marches on the final of the first 1000 point event in America. aslremodeling

Nevertheless, as they say form is temporary and class is permanent and ‘Federer’ is all class and will be back with vengeance. The two month break he is taking will help him to train better, work on his fitness in a way that his back holds up during the clay-grass summer and with that he will return as stronger than before. 7mgg

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