How Roger Federer indirectly helped Stefanos Tsitsipas after Wimbledon


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How Roger Federer indirectly helped Stefanos Tsitsipas after Wimbledon

Stefanos Tsitsipas commented on how he recovered from his first round loss to Thomas Fabbiano in Wimbledon. The Greek player said: “I thought about this match a lot. I was very upset. I was reading an autobiography [by] another journalist concerning the life of Roger Federer.

One really interesting book about him. The details in there are pretty accurate”. On the importance of taking holidays, Tsitsipas added: "I think that was very important to refuel, recharge my batteries coming in here."

On his win over Tommy Paul, Tsitsipas concluded: “I was a bit nervous in the beginning. Didn't know what to expect. I'm really happy that I got through that first match. It was quite a challenging match." Meanwhile Djokovic' father Srdjan spoke about the Wimbledon final between Novak and Federer: "What happened a few weeks ago in Wimbledon was a great thing.

He once again showed to be a mental rocket, the hardest rocket, not just physically but mentally too. With his unprecedented mental strength, he was able to get through such a tough match. We will be in New York for the second week and we will support him with all our strengths to win US Open and be the best player in the world again.