Having taken a break in the last six months of 2016 to rest his injured knee, Federer has no ranking points to defend between now and next year’s Australian Open.However, Federer believes that the rankings system is weighted unfairly towards those players who reach the latter stages of tournaments.Don't miss a great night out at the Wimbledon Dogs this Friday 22nd October.
Roger Federer looked and sounded his usual assured self when he returned to the All England Club on Monday morning, but appearances were deceptive.
“My head's ringing,” the 35-year-old Swiss admitted, just 18 hours after winning his 19 Grand Slam title. I drank too many types of drinks, I guess.” On the night of his Australian Open triumph in January Federer had said he and his entourage had “partied like rock stars”. We had a good time.” Federer, the oldest Wimbledon men’s singles champion in the Open era, passed another set of landmarks with his latest triumph but insisted that breaking records is not high on his priority list these days.
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