While Federer is focused on the future, he places 2017 as one of his favourite seasons on the ATP Tour and has fond memories of his final battle at the Australian Open against Nadal.
"I think he's going to be a force in tennis for a few more years", he had said.
Federer has a record 19 grand slams, two of which he won previous year with his fifth victory at the Australian Open and eighth Wimbledon crown.
At the conclusion of Federer's on-court interview with tennis great John McEnroe, the American asked him to hang around because a "special guest" had a couple of questions for him. I'm anxious it kind of won't be (as good as last year) because I'm a year older, guys are coming back again. "Last year could be my favourite year of my career but I am hoping to stay healthy, give myself chances and play my very best in the big matches like last year". I can't control it all, it was a fairy tale. Ill keep working hard and see what happens at the end..
Joshua calls fake news about his 'glass chin'
AJ revealed on Tuesday that he headed to that session having "come out of a police cell". The fight will be on Saturday, March 31 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
''Shithole' Projected onto Trump Hotel in Washington DC
In the past, the artist has also displayed "emoluments welcome" and "pay Trump bribes here" on the very same D.C. hotel. Bell has made news headlines in the past for projecting various messages on buildings with political ties.
Cyrille Regis: Pioneering former West Brom and England footballer dies at 59
As a striker, chiefly with West Brom and Coventry , Regis brought great pleasure to connoisseurs of emphatic scoring. Regis' manager at West Brom and Aston Villa , Ron Atkinson , spoke glowingly of his former player Monday.
The five-time major victor recovered from an early break in the second set and closed out her 6-1, 6-4 victory over Tatjana Maria with an ace. "It's great to be back". Its great to win, for sure, he said.
Tennis fans at Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday night were privileged to see the 18-time grand slam victor do as only he can before being treated to a special one-off on-court interview.
Even though the Serbian former World No.1 one has been out of action for six months he looked in good shape.
Djokovic, wearing a flesh-coloured protective guard on his right serving elbow, saluted the cheering crowd as he won on his sixth match point.
It was an impressive performance, with the Serb breaking Young's left-handed serve six times, hitting 33 winners and conceding only 27 unforced errors.