“My Skills and My Technique on the Field are Not Things”- Roger Federer Reveals Secrets Behind His Success


Roger Federer

One of the greatest that the tennis fraternity has ever seen, Roger Federer seems close to retiring from the sport. The 39-year-old has won 20 Grand slam singles titles, the most any male player has ever won.

Roger Federer is an all-time favorite and loved by many. He is the former no.01 and holds the record for holding that spot for 237 consecutive weeks! 

Legend Roger Federer is arguably the most recognizable face in the sport, not only because of the skill he possesses but also because of his humble attitude. People love the Swiss for his down to earth personality and genuineness. 

Roger Federer

All of this reflects in his way of thinking and goals as well! According to the current No.04, what has worked for him over the years is his mindset and the objective. Another thing that plays a role in his success is the people that surround him, his family, team, and friends.

Good state of mind and companies are the key, says Roger Federer

When asked by Credit Suisse, with whom he has worked for many years, Federer gave us an insight into the secret for his success.

“My skills and my technique on the field are not things. the most important to take into account, it is also and especially my state of mind, my goal, and the people with whom I surrounded myself, all this played a role in my success.” Explained the tennis star.

Roger Federer, the only player after Jimmy Connors to have won 100 or more career singles titles, underwent a knee injury in June this year. The player remains on a 20-week recovery schedule for the same reason. This resulted in him having to forgo the 2020 season of the sport including the upcoming US Open.

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Nevertheless, there is no reason to be disappointed considering he will be back on the court soon. The 39-year-old Roger Federer has listed himself for the Tokyo Olympics 2021 and it cannot get more exciting!


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