Sport HALL: Federer very dissatisfied after his defeat
2021 French Open: Men's final preview
And then there were two.
Roger Federer is not the kind to hide or shave the walls after a defeat. Wednesday, however, Switzerland has waited two hours before running in front of the press to evoke its elimination from the second round in Halle against Felix Auger-Aliasime (4-6, 6-3, 6-2). Furious against himself, the world's number 8 and holding the title on the German turf waited to find his calm to analyze this counter-performance with his people rather than coming to discuss the media. In reality, Federer did not rushed at all when he moved to the desk. And he who generally expresses himself in French answered in English to all the questions asked him. Very annoyed, the Basel, ten times winner in Halle, wondered above all in relation to the third set, to the point of thinking of eventually upsetting all the rest of his season for this last round that put it in all its states. Federer: "I'm not proud" "It's important for me to make the right decisions for Wimbledon and for the rest of the season because this type of third set I can not accept it. It looked like Geneva and in some ways where I felt like you to play well, but with ups and downs. The exchange of the bottom are sometimes difficult to manage, you must be very concentrated, and lively, and I was not there any more in the Third set ", admitted the man to the twenty sacres in Grand Chelem, stating that he had pain himself on the moment to recognize himself. "It was not a good attitude on my side. I was disappointed with the way I felt on the court, the way things were happening (...) I started being very negative and this Normally not what I am. I'm not proud of it and that's why I wanted to take my time before coming to really understand why I felt that. " Federer: "The next objective, it is clearly Wimbledon" an introspection that has had good, since Federer seems to come out more determined than ever. "I told myself to take up his head, to look after and not make an idiotic decision now. Just stay positive and move on to the next goal that is clearly Wimbledon." On the London grass, from June 28, Federer could cross the road from his warbler from Wednesday. Switzerland has had words of unnamed sympathy for the young Canadian, considering that he would have most probably lost even though he had not known this vacuum passage in the last round. "Felix played a big game. He remained mentally very solid. He showed that he wanted to win and that he was better in the end, so maybe that would not have made a lot of difference if I ' had played better. " A Lord will always remain a Lord ...
Logan Paul insists he's 'not too bad' after Floyd Mayweather fight .
The YouTuber-turned boxer managed to avoid being knocked out by the undefeated Mayweather , who could pocket $100m from the bout depending on TV revenues. Though Mayweather dominated the bout, Paul indicated he had not come off worse for wear. not too bad pic.twitter.com/a9XdOiJMNr— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) June 7, 2021 © Provided by Daily Mail ( The social media star, who lost his only professional fight to KSI in 2019, shared a picture of him sporting minor bruises around his eyes and one at the top of his chest alongside the caption: 'not too bad'.