Roger Federer and Lleyton Hewitt battle it out in the 2005 Indian Wells final, showcasing great athleticism and resilience. The Swiss player is coming from his 100th career-title in the Dubai tournament. In press conference, Federer said: "I think every player has those weak five seconds where you're like, Really? Could be after losing, I don't know, an epic five-setter, it could be after playing a shocker, it could be sometimes after winning something.
You're like, How much more do I want to do? I think everybody goes through that.
It would be lying if they said, I never doubt it. I think everybody goes through these phases. It's logical. We have too much downtime, too much time on the road, too much rain delays, you name it, that makes you go through with your head sometimes."