That's why he added this week's Italian Open to his schedule. "Would I rather practice or play matches?". I love this city.
After reaching the Madrid Open quarterfinals last week upon his return to clay after a two-year absence, Federer went to Switzerland. So not much to say except maybe one situation where I thought maybe was unnecessary to get warning two points in a row and it was an important moment in the match.
"I'm so far away in the draw", Federer said of a possible semi-final matchup with his longtime rival.
"Guys like that. See how angry I'm getting?"
Federer hasn't won a French Open since 2009.More news: Google Trips is a one-stop hub for your vacation plans
The president of the tournament mentioned, "We have doubled the price of tickets for Wednesday, the day Federer will play".
Federer's return to Rome was scuppered by rain on Wednesday as officials were forced to cancel the day's play after waiting in vain for more than nine hours for wintery weather to clear.
"I heard some fans clearly were not happy about it".
"Disappointing", he said. "They made it in a way like they rewarded the fans who bought tickets earlier?"
Play on Thursday is set to begin at around 10am local time. "I mean, my excitement couldn't be bigger".
However, Federer found the explanation hard to swallow.More news: PG&E lines blamed for deadliest wildfire in California history
With the win, he equaled Rafael Nadal's record of 33 Masters 1000 titles.
Sousa played American Frances Tiafoe in the first round in a back-and -forth match that Sousa won in the final set tiebreaker.
"Always enjoyed playing in Italy".
Asked by Rothenberg for examples of the "dark places" tennis had taken him, Kyrgios said: "I don't know if I want to share this right now, because if my parents listen to this then they're going to disown me for sure". Federer ended the hard court season very strongly as he won the Miami Masters but it seemed that the Swiss superstar was struggling on clay.
World number five Alexander Zverev continued his poor recent form as he crashed out of the Italian Open in the second round after a 7-5 7-5 defeat by home favourite Matteo Berrettini.
Roared on by a partisan home crowd at the Foro Italico, Berrettini took the opening three games against Zverev, before the 2017 champion and last year's runner-up regained his composure.More news: United States calls for ‘concrete actions’ against Maduro’s repression