And Federer and Nadal took it to their peak in 2017, reiterating the scene they had already experienced in Prague, and it paralyzed the sport. Never before have these two talents shared the same part of the track. Their rivalry, one of the greatest in history—overtaken by Djokovic-Nadal and Djokovic-Federer—forced them to face each other 40 times, with a wide advantage for the Spaniard, who had won the Spaniards. Won 26 times against only 14 losses. ,
epic clash of genres
Federer managed to make a deficit in his final years that reached 23–10 in mid-2015, but in the books he was in the final (14–10), semi-final (7–4), quarter-final (2–0) of Nadal. will be behind. ), in Grand Slam matches (10-4) and on clay (14-2). Federer only dominated on grass (3-1) and cement (11-9), the latter thanks to his stellar 2017. The Swiss leaves with the feeling that he may never beat him at Roland Garros (6–0), while Nadal beat him at Wimbledon (2008). Nadal (3-1) dominated the Australian Open as well, while they never faced each other out of curiosity at the US Open.
During the years of the rivalry they developed a friendly relationship with their little friction in matters of sport, but which has always been characterized by respect. This, along with the epic clash of genres, contributed to the creation of the legend that the young man from the Balearic Islands who had come to dethrone the Swiss maestro, and that the most special farewell was with Nadal.
The man from Manekor, awaiting the birth of his first child, accepted the invitation, went to London and supported Federer at the conclusion of the sport’s most important race not only in the history of tennis. Federer is gone, he is gone, but he leaves the mark of a legend who will be present on every tennis court. Their history parallels that of tennis and they will continue to be together, no matter how much the Swiss man hangs his racquet.
defeat in farewell
Swiss Roger Federer ended his professional career after teaming up with Spanish Rafael Nadal and losing the tournament against American Jacques Sock and Frances Tiafo (4-6, 7-6(2) and 11-9). Washer Cup.
Federer, along with his family and his friend, finalized his playing career in the city, where he was crowned eight Wimbledon champions, more than any other man in history.
The defeat of the “Fedel” doubles tied Europe at two after a dispute on the first day of competition in the Laver Cup.