What is luxury for Roger Federer? The Swiss answered this question in an interview. "For me it means to be able to buy an apartment, that I do not have to fly in economic class. Also, not going at bed every night and think, Oh God, I have a financial issue.
Cars and yacht are big luxury. If you can afford it, why not? But it's not needed. You can be okay without those things. Sleeping is a luxury. Time is important. If you do not sleep enough, you live in a bad way, whether you are rich or poor", said the Swiss.
Federer also commented on David Foster Wallace saying on an article that watching the Swiss is like a religious experience. "I was very interested at it and I red it. He once interviewed me at Wimbledon and I thought, It could be funny.
He asked me specific questions. So I was not surprised when i red the story. Sometimes for me the ball could be bigger if I am very confident. I see earlier how the point could be." Petr Korda said: "Tennis became more physical.
But I do not see any sense in Nadal and Djokovic hitting a 30-rally shot. That bothers me. It seems like a video game. Tennis needs to have more variety. They have a big personality, but you cannot compare them with the guys we had before.
It was more relaxed, we went to tournaments with a gutar. Some of the players played music at night or we went to concerts. Now you can no longer do it."