Roger Federer was asked if he had changed something about his diet or other things over the years. The Swiss player, after his success in Miami, said: "No in terms of diet. Nothing really. It's always been the same. In terms of goals, yeah, I don't know.
It's about trying to win titles and trying to manage life so I stay injury-free. It's often around, What can we do in training? How many tournaments can I play?" He also said, "Because some days you just don't feel so well, you know, or some weeks sometimes, because problems linger longer, you know.
But this is a good phase, a good stretch for me right now. I really feel super healthy. That's why I have been able to play every day for the last four weeks. That's something that maybe hasn't always been the case for the last few years.
So you appreciate these moments. And then, I mean, I just think it's all based on family, to be honest, just getting things organized for the boys, the girls, my wife, that we are all always constantly anticipating and discussing what's the plan for the kids? Because that's the no.
1 priority. It has to be. I didn't have kids to play tennis and not care about them. So from that standpoint, it's very clear where the priorities lie, you know, and we just have always a constant, How do we figure it out? That's an interesting one. It's not easy, by any means, but I feel like we do a pretty good job at it. And she's great, my wife."