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Sport Federer reveals Grand Slam motivation secret

13:30  04 february  2018
13:30  04 february  2018 Source:   readsport.co

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Fresh from his Australian Open triumph, Roger Federer has revealed the secret as to what keeps him motivated to win Grand Slams, the Express report.

Federer, 36, completed his 20th Grand Slam success and sixth at the Australian Open last month, after defeating Marin Cilic in an electrifying five-set final, which saw British number two Kyle Edmund reach the semi-final stage.

The Swiss international is now eyeing up long time rival and friend Rafael Nadal’s world number one spot as a target leading up to the French Open which gets underway at the end of May.

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Talking to the media this week, Federer was asked what motivates him during Grand Slam’s and the build up towards them.

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“Maybe it is still winning the big matches on the biggest stages, reliving those moments and thinking ‘Can I do it again? How will I feel if I do it again?’ I enjoy the process of showing up 30 days before the final and trying to get myself in shape.”

Despite edging closer to 40, Federer stated that he is still living his dream, and has no plans to retire as long as he is enjoying himself on the court and in top condition.

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Nadal believes Federer's 20 Grand Slam haul is "unlikely" to be matched .
Rafael Nadal has revealed that he believes Roger Federer’s Grand Slam record can be reached but it is very “unlikely” to be done soon, according to a report on the International Business Times. Federer secured his 20th Grand Slam title last month when he won the Australian Open for a sixth time against Marin Cilic, with many hailing him as the greatest ever tennis player. Nadal currently has 16 Grand Slam titles but admits that he doesn’t think about those records and is happy for the Swiss international. Nadal has struggled with injury in recent years but both players had hugely successful 2017, winning two Grand Slam titles each to take up the number one and two spots on the world rankings. Nadal won the French Open and the US Open, while Federer took the Australian Open and Wimbledon. The veterans dominated tennis as the younger players failed to capitalise on several opportunities to make a name for themselves. When speaking about Federer’s record, Nadal said: “Unattainable not, unlikely yes. It’s not something that worries me, or what I think. You have to be satisfied with what you do if you try everything you can. There is always someone with more titles or more things, so I am satisfied with what I do, grateful for what life gives me and happy for the good that happens to others.” Both players are expected to be back in action, with Nadal playing in the Mexico Open and Federer in the Dubai Open as the Swiss looks to take the number one spot in the world rankings.

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