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Watch: Australian Open champ Roger Federer reflects on incredible journey after 'partying like a rock star'
In his darkest moments last year when he doubted if he would ever get back to full fitness following his knee injury, Roger Federer clung on to one thought -- he still had the game to maybe sneak another grand slam title. He was right. Federer, who missed the ...DNA, 2 months ago
‘There's never a guarantee but I was always positive’ ‘I still had the mindset that I had nothing to lose’ IMAGE: Roger Federer of Switzerland poses in the locker room with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup after winning the Australian Open. Photograph: Fiona Hamilton-Pool/Getty Images In his darkest moments last year when he doubted if he would ever get back to full fitness following his knee injury, Roger Federer clung on to one thought -- he still had the game to ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
IMAGE: Federer sealed the title with a forehand winner on the second championship point but had to endure a nervous wait as Nadal challenged the line call. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images An emotional Roger Federer wiped away tears and urged Rafael Nadal to stay with him on the tour for years to come after felling his great rival to win his fifth Australian Open on Sunday. Completing a brilliant comeback after six months out of the game, the nerve-shredding 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 win ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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