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he is instead reaching out for the ball closer to or inside the baseline He is not only not defensive anymore he is playing more tactically An example of his proactive approach was in the round of 32 match in Miami against probably the toughest serving opponent he has faced this season when Juan Martín del Potro was serving 3-4 in the first set 15-30: A strong serve down the T returned with a forehand towards del Potro’s body making him send a weak return that Federer pounces on for a winner 15-40: Federer returns with a backhand slice to del Potro’s left creating space on the other side When del Potro comes to the net and chips it back Federer rolls a forehand past del Potro’s right That is how Federer has been breaking serves a lot at crunch moments against big opponents He did it at 3-4 against Nadal in the fifth set in Melbourne he did it to seal his match point against Wawrinka at the Indian Wells final and there’s no reason he shouldn’t continue to do it Confidence Since The Australian Open Final “You’ve got to take the initiative and play your game In a decisive set confidence is the difference” This was not said by Federer any time recently but written by Chris Evert in her autobiography Chrissie It applies very well to how Federer went against the odds in the fifth set of the Australian Open final this year to sprint from 1-3 to 6-3 against his arch-rival and nemesis Rafael Nadal He missed few shots hit more aces (in percentage terms in the set) than any of the first three sets raced through the points and capitalised on his first serve “Once you win a big tournament like the Australian Open or any big tournament for that matter you can just bank usually on some confidence” Federer said “I am definitely profiting from confidence” That win instilled bundles of confidence in him against some top opponents he would go on to beat later on — Wawrinka del Potro Tomá Berdych and Nick Kyrgios Against these four combined he has conceded only two sets this year If you include the last two matches against Nadal (Indian Wells and Miami) it’s only two sets lost in six matches “He’s playing good and with high confidence” Nadal said “When a top player like him is playing with this high confidence and playing that good then it’s tough to win” That confidence helped him save two match points against Berdych and survive three tie-break sets — lasting three hours and 10 minutes in all — against a 22-year-old Kyrgios Confidence or self-belief was hardly Federer’s weakness in the past when he stopped winning grand slams after the Wimbledon win in 2012 that took him back to the No 1 spot It was more about not being able to cross the last hurdle In 2013 recurring injuries saw him drop out of the top five and an early exit from Wimbledon broke his record streak of 36 straight grand slam quarter-finals In the coming years Federer continued to reach the semi-finals or finals of the major tournaments but was somehow not able to bring the big trophies home That conquering the insurmountable peak named Novak Djokovic was proving near impossible was one factor but he was also losing to younger and powerful baseline players such as Marin Cilic (2014 US Open) Andreas Seppi (Australian Open 2015) and Milos Raonic (Wimbledon 2016) He was winning some of the ATP majors but the old stat about the bigger tournaments was being repeated every time he was knocked out: He hasn’t won a grand slam since July 2012 When in July 2016 he withdrew from the rest of the season many had written him off already Who makes a comeback in tennis at the age of 35 It’s not that bad a question about any other player nursing an injury at that age The break as we have seen now helped him in more ways than one What is being seen this year is a redefined confidence in Federer with a renewed outlook especially at an age players are found more often in commentary boxes or on holidays with families after retirement When he returned from injury he beat top 10 players like Berdych and Kei Nishikori to reach the quarter-finals at the Australian Open When he made it to the finals the odds were in Nadal’s favour when the match stretched to the fifth set That was when Federer showed his transformed confidence and his new mantra: “Be free in your head be free in your shots go for it” is what Federer told himself during the fifth set Confidence has now made Federer fearless His record this season 19-1 Against the top 10 players 7-0 In terms of statistics 2017 may not turn out to be Federer’s best year overall because he is missing most of the clay season but like he said in Miami recently “the dream continues” and his fans will not be complaining

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