Australian tennis player Omar Jasika has revealed that he had no idols, but believes that Roger Federer was amazing to watch and the Swiss deserves to be considered the greatest tennis player of all time.
Jessica, 25, has had a very successful junior career, winning both the men’s singles and doubles at the 2014 US Open. “I didn’t have such an idol, although I like to watch Federer, he is amazing.” Jessica said.
When asked to pick the Goat, Jessica called out Federer. “I have to choose Roger,” Jessica replied. Five years ago, Jessica posted a selfie with Federer on the practice court. Before Federer’s final at the 2017 Australian Open, Jessica had the honor of serving as the Swiss’ hot partner.
Jessica was thrilled with the experience, posting on Instagram: “Good to warm up with the King before tonight. Good luck.” Meanwhile, Federer has been sidelined since Wimbledon 2021 while recovering from knee surgery.
In a recent interview, Federer confirmed that he is focused on giving tennis one last chance. “Time will tell how I want to deal with this, how long I will need it,” Federer told Heat Parole.
“Now I think about it sometimes, but not often. My main focus is how to return to tennis. I work a lot on it and think about it every day. I still don’t know how you feel and how you react after the applause and cheers.
Novak [Djokovic] He also said: Many of us are anxious before such a rally. And we don’t do it every day. We never get used to it. The uncertainty remains, all you have to do is turn around a bit and say a few words.
And I’m excited, even if not everyone has seen it.
Muller opens on King Roger
In the year Former world number 21 Gilles Muller gave an interview to Serbian media Sportklub after a crazy match that included Rafael Nadal in the 2017 Wimbledon playoffs.
In particular, the press and public questioned the handling of Novak Djokovic. “I don’t know what the press thinks about this, but in many tournaments you can feel that Rafa or Roger Federer is more popular.
that’s right? I don’t know, everyone is free to support whatever they want, but from a tennis perspective, it’s with both. I agree: sometimes Novak doesn’t get the credit he deserves,” Luxemburger said.