Roger Federer: 'I know how dangerous Peter Gojoywczyk is'

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Roger Federer: 'I know how dangerous Peter Gojoywczyk is'

Roger Federer defeated Peter Gojoywczyk in straight sets, 6-2 6-1, to reach the Basel's Swiss Indoors second round. The 38-year-old said: "I thought the match was good. I felt like I had a good spring in my step and was quick onto the ball.

Didn’t take me long to get used to the conditions. That was positive. [I] knew of the danger playing Peter, especially indoors. He had a great couple of qualifying matches, so I knew he’d be tough, especially [because] he beat Karlovic easy, who serves great.

If you have the chance to go through a game quickly, you have to take advantage of it. It could be a bit different than before, when I started jumping up and down and I did not necessarily push for a second break. I do it in a different way now than ten years ago.

It will make you save a lot of energy. Over 53 minutes you do not make too much of an effort. That's ideal. It's like a super training in front of a crowd. I felt very well already during the warm up. It was confirmed in the match", concluded the world No.

3. The footballer Shaqiri spoke to Blick about how it felt to see Federer playing live. "I am here in Basel now so I always visit my family here. I am doing a theraphy here and I was lucky enough to watch a Federer match. It was amazing."