Roger Federer reveals which two points hurt him the most in 2018 season
Roger Federer says there are two points he’d like to get back in the 2018 season.
Federer’s season has been labelled a disappointment by many despite him winning a Grand Slam and returning to world number one for a spell.
He disagrees with those assessments, but when asked which two points he’d like to replay if he could, his answers were revealing.
“One of the match points in Indian Wells against [Juan Martin] del Potro or Wimbledon against [Kevin] Anderson,” said Federer.
“But I do not regret those missed opportunities.
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“The season is the way it is.
“And giving myself the chance to do even better gives me confidence for next year.
“Especially because I fell I can play even better.
“It’s not like I lost 6-2 6-2 in the important matches.”
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