After his Gstaad win, Casper Ruud gushed, “Roger Federer is a true inspiration.”

a few crucial points saved helped me win the tiebreaker. I made an effort to maintain some semblance of continuity between the second and third acts.”

Roger Federer is an inspiration,” said Ruud.

A ninth career title for the Norwegian, who relaxes in anticipation of Roger Federer‘s return to Basel this season. Casper remarked: “The enthusiastic Swiss crowd is a big help.

The success of Roger Federer in Swiss tennis has inspired many, including myself. To some extent, Switzerland reminds me of Norway in that both countries have relatively favorable tax systems. The weather this week has been spectacular, but it doesn’t happen very often in this stunning country.

Gstaad is one of my favorite places to play tennis, so I’ll be back again next year.” This is what he had to say about Berrettini: “You’ve got to be one of the top guys out there. You had a lot of health issues in 2022, but I saw you training, so I want to congratulate you, your team, and your family—all of whom are wonderful people—on a successful racing week.

I really do wish that we’ll eventually have to go head to head again.” On the eve of the North American hardcourt tour, the two will return to Kitzbuhel after Gstaad to report on the top two seeds there “Very little time remains for rejoicing.

When I retire, I plan to make up for the years of drinking I missed. The truth is, I don’t partake in alcoholic beverages very often, and my girlfriend encourages me to live a little.”

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After his Gstaad win, Casper Ruud gushed, “Roger Federer is a true inspiration.”

By Antonio Zaccaro

Hello, I'm Antonio Zaccaro, tennis lover since I was 13. I started this blog out of pure passion, and now it has become my job. I constantly follow all the tournaments and I am always updated on all the news. What I know, I share with all my readers. My considerations are the result of hours and hours spent in front of screens and on tennis courts.