Australian Open 2020: You may believe it or not, but it is true that the world’s largest tennis player relies on miracles. And if you are a sports enthusiast, you will have seen miracles happen many times on the field.
The first Grand Slam Australian Open of the year also saw a similar result on Tuesday, which Roger Federer considers no less than a miracle.
Known as the ‘Swiss King’, this player consistently fell behind in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open but did not give up hope. He also saved seven match points and eventually returned from the court as the winner.
Switzerland’s Roger Federer has entered the semi-finals of the Australian Open. He defeated Tennisys Sandgren of America in a hard-fought fourth round of the tournament.
Third-seeded Federer won the match 6-3 2-6 2-6 7-6 (8) 6-3. This match lasted for three and a half hours. Federer has won the Australian Open six times.
If you imagine the match with the score and timing, then maybe you will make a mistake. According to the score, there was a tough fight in the fourth set only. but it’s not like that. Those who watched this match know how the 28-year-old American player fought the Swiss King.
Roger Federer himself admitted that this match was extremely difficult for him. They were hoping for a miracle that Sandgren should make a mistake so that he gets a chance to return. It happened by chance and Federer gets Sanjeevani in the match.
Federer, who has won 20 Grand Slam titles, said after the match, “Sometimes you have to be lucky. I was just hoping that they don’t make a huge smash or winner. Instead of doing this, if they lose one or two (match point), then do not know what will happen next. I think I was very lucky today. ‘
Roger Federer said, “I was feeling good when the match was being played. I was just playing my game. I believe in miracles It can rain anytime or something … So let him (the opponent) finish the match and today he could not do it. I stand here winning the match and am very happy. ‘Federer will face the winner of the match between Novak Djokovic and Milos Raonic in the quarter-finals.