What does Roger Federer feel when he dominates the game and plays at his best level? Over the years the world No. 2 knew how this feeling was like. From 2005 to 2006, Federer won 56 consecutive matches on hard courts. 'Usually you are at your absolute best at the end of the tournament, because now the sensation of the ball, of the court, of the speed, of the crowd, of the surroundings, everything is so crystal clear, that's when you can play your best tennis', he said.
'And then obviously you have to get in the lead and you have to feel like now there is nothing that's gonna stop me anymore, that feeling kicks in and it feels like everything is in and slow mo coming towards me and you feel like for the opponent everything is going super fast so that's when I feel at times invincible, it's very rare but it has happened in the past and it's a beautiful thing to have as a tennis player or as an athlete.' ALSO READ: Roger Federer: A 37-year-old should not be favorite for the US Open