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Roger Federer Says He Can “Flip The Switch” Now

Roger Federer Says He Can “Flip The Switch” Now

Roger Federer is a huge name not only in the world of tennis but sports at large. Millions of fans around the globe religiously follow every action of the Swiss Superman. Naturally, anything he reveals about his life experiences becomes a motivation for his fans. Recently, Roger Federer revealed his mechanism for dealing with losses.

HOW DID A YOUNG FEDERER DEAL WITH TOUGH LOSSES? 

At 25 years of age, I told myself that I don’t want to be sad for too long anymore after tough losses, that I don’t want to keep negative energy with me. Now, I can flip the switch and it’s gone,” says Federer.

However, Federer clarifies that it does not mean that bad thoughts don’t come in his mind. It’s just that he has developed the capacity to deal rationally with shortcomings. “I think, okay that was too bad, but, nevermind, onwards!”, says Federer.

DOES FEDERER THINK OF RETIREMENT? 

The speculations regarding Roger Federer’s retirement are now a part of daily sports headlines. Obviously, Federer is not immune to these news items. He is also cognizant of the fact that retirement is an unavoidable milestone that he will have to cross. How does he deal with these thoughts?

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The thoughts of an approaching end are also a motivating factor. My commitment to play in China till 2023 doesn’t necessarily mean I will be on professional tour till then! But I then will definitely be able to still play good matches and cause happiness to the people”, revealed Federer.

HOW IS FEDERER CELEBRATING HIS CHRISTMAS? 

Federer revealed that he will be spending Christmas in Dubai with his parents.

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Will spend Christmas in Dubai this year with my parents, that makes it very special, we already baked some cookies too”.

Roger Federer is not currently looking at retirement. The 38-year-old has revealed that he will continue to play for the foreseeable future. Roger Federer will look to turn all those switches off for now as he focuses on the Australian Open.

 

 

 

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