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Federer’s performance after marriage / birth of twins.

Posted by tennisplanet on July 31, 2010

Marriage: April 11, 2009.

Twins: July 23, 2009.

If this is a ‘predicted’ pattern, Federer needs to enlist Xisca’s help to hold off Nadal, like freaking NOW.

Details Tournaments played Titles won Which ones
Since April 2009 – to date. 21 5 Madrid, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Cincy and AO.
Since July 2009 – to date. 17 2 Cincy and AO
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8 Responses to “Federer’s performance after marriage / birth of twins.”

  1. Jenny said

    I honestly don’t think the fact that Fed officially married made any real difference to his performance, afterall he had been unofficially wed for years and was still winning multi slams. The big difference is when children come along, priorities change within a person, one has to become less selfish, and twins must be a double whammy. Fed wanted to be a real father from day one and not just a part time one.

    • bluechyll said

      Imagine what TP would be like if Roger was off winning every tournament he entered while someone else was looking after his girls.

      Basically, Roger can’t win against TP, and I think he chose the better option; to be a real father.

  2. claire said

    Let me see – 3 Grand Slams’s since marraige and babies – guess that means one trophy for each of them? Two of those GS’s were when Mirka was VERY pregnant!!

  3. Dee said

    What’s your point?

  4. O said

    These 3 are special, and they may not even have to do with the marriage and the twins. Winning RG was many years of effort, also coached by Jose, perfecting that drop shot. He used that drop shot a lot since, maybe a little too much.

    I think he will try to get his old game back, the game that breaks his opponents at will at some point. He will try to get his power back, and perhaps he will play more rhythm, and use dropper less.

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