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I started off very well and relaxed from then on."Despite his dominance in 2017, Federer doesn't rate his chances of catching Nadal in their head-to-head record."It's not going to happen.
We don't have enough years left on the tour," Federer said. He's too good of a player."Federer took advantage of three of seven break-point opportunities to snap Nadal's 16-match winning streak, which included his China Open victory last week.
"As a team, we just decided that it's best to skip it," Federer said.
As much as he wanted to play the French Open and every Grand Slam as long as he was an active player, that simply wasn't an option for him anymore.
He broke Nadal’s serve again on a second break point in the fifth game of the second set when Nadal sailed a backhand crosscourt wide.
A Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal final is what everybody watching this year’s Wimbledon is hoping for. The two men have played in three Wimbledon finals so far, with Federer emerging victorious in 20, before Nadal ended his run of victories at SW19 in 2008.
When somebody plays better than you, sport is not very difficult. When you play against somebody that is better than you in most of the things that really matters in this sport, in this kind of surface, then it's tougher."Nadal arrived on court with a bandage under his right knee, the same leg he twice smacked with his racket after losing his serve for the first time this week in the semifinal.
Federer said he was surprised to see the wrap and didn't feel Nadal was struggling with his movement.
“He played very fast and he played well.“Of course was not the best match for me of the week.
But Nadal has admitted he’s hoping to avoid having to play Federer at The Championships this year, having already lost the Australian Open final to him at the beginning of the season.
“If I reach the final, I'd like to face a different opponent than Federer,” said Nadal, who is hoping to win his third Wimbledon title after sealing his tenth success at Roland Garros a few weeks ago.
And the 2008 final – which Nadal won 6–4, 6–4, 6–7(5), 6–7(8), 9–7 after 4 hours and 48 minutes – is widely regarded as the greatest match in the history of the sport.
Unsurprisingly then, tennis fans are desperate for one last Wimbledon final between the two men.