“I was so far from 100 percent,” said Roger Federer.

After destroying the Spaniard in the 2011 ATP Finals, Toni Nadal says that Rafael Nadal‘s staff congratulated Roger Federer for maintaining their high level of respect. With a score of 6-1, 6-3, 6-0, Nadal defeated Federer in the 2008 French Open final.

Federer had already lost to Nadal in the 2006 and 2007 French Open finals, making this defeat his third straight defeat in the championship match. After defeating Federer in the 2008 French Open final, Nadal made the decision to continue showing Federer respect.

The 2008 final between Rafael and Federer, which was won in three sets and very unexpectedly, was the only Roland Garros final in which Rafael didn’t fling himself to the ground to celebrate.

At the 2011 ATP Finals, Federer defeated Nadal 6-3, 6-0 in the group stage. Federer showed a lot of respect for Nadal after handily defeating him. According to Toni, Nadal‘s squad was aware of Federer‘s moral leadership. “In 2011, only three years after the initial exchange, Roger got the chance to respond with obvious deliberation.

When he defeated Rafael with ease in the O2 in London during the Masters Cup, he threw the final ball Rafael sent to the crowd and, in a wholly uncharacteristic move for a player who has just won such a crucial match, lowered his head and did not raise his eyes from the ground until he ran into his defeated rival at the net to give him a warm pat on the chest “Toni enlarges in his column.

In London, Federer will compete in his final game.

There has been a lot of discussion over Roger Federer‘s announcement of his retirement as well as the circumstances that influenced the choice. Federer claimed that the last set was “one of the worst hours of my career” as he lost the match in straight sets, 6-3, 7-6(4), 6-0.

He admitted that “the last set versus Hurkacz was one of the worst hours of my career.” “Everything has stopped working, I noticed. It is done. In my thoughts, the disappointment seemed like pyrotechnics. I was unsure of how to handle this knee.

Nobody inquired about the knee’s condition during the news conference. Hey, am I such a superb actress that nobody noticed? I wondered.” The oldest Wimbledon quarterfinalist in the Open Era, Roger Federer remembers that he wasn’t at his best on the way there.

“It was challenging; the entire return was very challenging. I wasn’t even close to being perfect. I couldn’t believe I made it to Wimbledon‘s quarterfinals “said he.