(Sports news, Tennis news) Roger Federer revealed a fond memory of his life when he was drunk, but “Express train” also affirmed that he never took the risk of driving a car while not sober. Meanwhile, a senior affirmed that, if he is in good shape, Rafael Nadal is completely capable of overthrowing Novak Djokovic to win Roland Garros.
Federer reveals extreme awareness when drunk
After undergoing surgery on his right knee, Roger Federer hopes to return to professional tennis tournaments in late summer or early fall this year. Currently, “Express train” confirms that he will attend the Laver Cup team cup (September 23-25) in London (England) and then the Basel Open (October 22-30) in his hometown Basel (Switzerland). Si). Recently, in an interview with Caminada magazine, Federer revealed interesting secrets when he drank alcohol.
Federer revealed that he has a habit of drinking and not driving
The 40-year-old Swiss legend says: “Our favorite wine (Federer and his wife, Mirka) is Cos d’Estournel 2009. It’s been an emotional year, we’re married and have daughters. their first child (twins Myla Rose and Charlene Riva) was born. At that time I bought a lot of bottles of this wine made in Bordeaux.”
“Currently, I also like Italian wines like Guado al Tasso, Sassicaia, Tignanello and others. Mirka and I also enjoy drinking champagne to celebrate special moments.”
When asked by a reporter to describe the last time he was drunk, Federer said: “Well, that could have been 2005, after my victory over Andre Agassi in the US Open final.”
“We were (Federer and his coaching staff) about to leave when they said that the bar I was sitting at was about to close. So we decided to order a few more final glasses of wine, but after that day, I felt nauseous for days. But actually I never lost control and drinking and driving was never an option for me,” Federer said.
Winning Roland Garros, Nadal is rated above Djokovic
Video of the exciting 2021 Roland Garros men’s singles semi-final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal:
According to former UK number 1 player Tim Henman, although Rafael Nadal is only the 5th seed at Roland Garros this year, it is the Spaniard “Gaur” who is the best candidate for this Grand Slam title. not defending champion Novak Djokovic or rising young talent Carlos Alcaraz.
Tim Henman thinks that if he is healthy, Rafael Nadal can dethrone the reigning champion Novak Djokovic’s Roland Garros this year.
“I think if Rafa’s foot is good and with his record (13 times men’s singles champion Roland Garros), you’ll have to pick him as the top title contender. Right after Rafal, I would probably choose Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz,” Henman said.
According to the schedule of Roland Garros 2022, in the first round of men’s singles, Rafael Nadal will meet Jordan Thompson at 8 pm tonight May 23 (Vietnam time), and Novak Djokovic will face Yoshihito Nishioka at about 1:45 am tomorrow morning 24/5 . If going deep, Nadal and Djokovic will soon face each other in the quarterfinals when last year, Nadal lost 1-3 to this rival in the semifinals of Roland Garros.
Meanwhile, Carlos Alcaraz has just beaten Juan Ignacio Londero 6-4, 6-2, 6-0 in the first round and the Spaniard 6th seed will meet his compatriot Albert Ramos Vinolas in the second round.
Winning 2/3 of a series of tie-breaks, “former queen” Kerber was crowned the French Open money
Video of the final of the WTA Strasbourg Open 2022 between Angelique Kerber and Kaja Juvan:
Former world number 1 German Angelique Kerber has just won her first title on clay and also won the 14th WTA Tour championship in her career when she won the tournament in Strasbourg (France) last night (May 22). ). The champion of three Grand Slam titles spent three sets against Kaja Juvan and overcame the Slovenian opponent in the final 2-1 after three tense tie-breaks with a score of 7-6 respectively. 5), 6-7(0), 7-6(5).
Angelique Kerber won the clay court title in Strasbourg (France)
In the upcoming first round of Roland Garros, 21st seed Angelique Kerber will face Polish nationalist Magdalena Frech.
Dodging Nadal and Djokovic at Roland Garros, what does Medvedev say?
Speaking to Sportkeeda, Daniil Medvedev – the world No. 2 reigning tennis player admitted he felt very happy that he was not in the same bracket as Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic at Roland Garros this year.
The Russian “Morning Star” said: “When you play at a Grand Slam, it’s always good not to have to meet the biggest names. And when I say ‘the biggest names’, of course we know it’s Novak (Djokovic), Rafa (Nadal) at Roland Garros. It’s crazy that they play here.”
Daniil Medvedev is happy to avoid meeting Nadal and Djokovic in this year’s Roland Garros semi-finals
(Sports news) The two strongest candidates for the Roland Garros championship only faced “underdog” opponents in the opening match.
According to Dang Duc (Synthesis) (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)