Roger Federer was positively impressed by Nick Kyrgios in Stuttgart. The Swiss triumphed just in the third set tie-break, and he noted that Kyrgios is more focused in motivating himself during the match, although it's not easy for him to do it on every point, Federer said.
However, the Swiss is confident about the Australian's chances in Wimbledon, where Kyrgios reached quarter-finals in 2014 upsetting Rafael Nadal. 'A lot is possible. A lot of guys are very good, especially on the grass', Federer recognized. 'The challenge for everybody who wants to win a Grand Slam is to keep it together for two weeks, maybe three weeks.
Not getting injured, not gettin sick. Keep your level energy up. Try not to waste too much energy or drop too many sets in the first week, to make it easier to win in the second week if you like. I think his game is really good, very big.
So you would think that Wimbledon is also a chance for him to do very well there, maybe win it.' ALSO READ: Roger Federer reveals who will be his toughest opponent at Wimbledon