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http://keep4u.ru/imgs/s/2009/01/15/2a/2aa2d9c3227367831c.jpg-ПК после матча с Мойей



Роджер Федерер в интервью Eurosport рассказал о том, как проходит его подготовка к Aus Open и своих ожиданиях от турнира



Эт как ж это не делить? Неее, не покатит)



Это почему это?










Фотки из серии "Мирка тотал- контрол"... :rofl:



:D сча по-доброму скажу) Мирка напомнила одновременно Билайн и пчелу Майю)











Ыыыы...на 3,просто кокеткО или А... :rofl: А с кубком, милашка...Таки кубки ему к лицу....



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Ыыыы...на 3,просто кокеткО или А...

:D  исчо какое кокеткО  :D






:D  :D  :D Кать, это нам, чтобы точно убедить, в том, что кокеткО?



Роджер Федерер: «Прости, Стэн»

Швейцарец Роджер Федерер, ставший победителем показательного турнира в Куйонге, извинился перед своим соотечественником Станисласом Вавринкой, который был обыгран в финальном матче со счетом 6:1, 6:3.

«Могу сказать только: прости, Стэн. Этот турнир – отличная подготовка к Окрытому первенству Австралии. Нам было сложно играть друг против друга, но при этом мы показали сегодня отличный теннис», – приводит слова Федерера GoTennis.ru.




и фото на тему как раз:




:D  фота хороша)))

Вот, почитайте, как красиво пишут австралийцы. И так про всех)))

The questions facing Federer

Sunday 18 January 2009
By Alan Trengove

Few tennis fans, a year ago, would have said Roger Federer had anything to prove in the sport he’d graced for more than a decade.

Admittedly, he had never found a way to beat Spain’s rampaging Rafael Nadal on the slow clay courts of Roland Garros. But at the other three majors Federer’s grip, like his cool, gentlemanly demeanour, seemed unshakeable.

He’d then won Wimbledon five straight times, the US Open four straight times, and the Australian Open thrice. He’d reigned as world No. 1 for three years and, at 26, was considered the best player of his generation, if not of all time.

In fact, some commentators even wondered whether the main risk facing the great Swiss might be the monotony of winning so regularly. He needed more of a challenge, they said, as if having his nose rubbed in red dirt by Rafa each year wasn’t enough. (They overlooked his appearance in the final in three consecutive years, an effort beyond Pete Sampras.)

Today, as he shapes up for his 10th tilt at the Australian Open, Federer’s situation has changed. A series of unexpected defeats in 2008 threatened to erode his princely stature in the game. While still a wonderful player, he was now prone to costly lapses. He’d come back to the field, with an increasing number of young upstarts, such as Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Gilles Simon, beating him.

Federer’s confidence was shaken. Whether it is now fully restored is one of the questions he surely must resolve at Melbourne Park in the next two weeks. There can be no place for doubts, small though they may be, in a Grand Slam arena.

Another question is whether Federer has been unwise to deny himself a full-time coach; someone with enough clues to get him through the kind of bad patches he experienced in 2008.

Is it pride or stubbornness that prevents him from following the example of champions like Bjorn Borg, Andre Agassi and Sampras in hiring a respected full-time mentor?

Federer can rebut the skeptics by winning the Australian title for a fourth time, equalling the Open era record set by Agassi. Victory would also enable him to match Sampras’s record of 14 career Grand Slam championships. He’d then be poised to claim the record outright later in the year.

While both achievements would reassert his supremacy and be extremely fulfilling to a player highly conscious of the game’s traditions, they are unlikely to occur unless he recaptures the nerve, physical fitness, and tactical know-how that deserted him at critical moments in 2008.

His semifinal defeat by Djokovic at Australian Open 2008 was followed in early June by one of the worst hidings of his life when Nadal allowed him only four games in the French Open final. It was a real downer for Federer, who committed numerous unforced errors, including frequent mis-hits.

Then came his dethronement at Wimbledon, where he wasted far too many opportunities in another showdown with Nadal. When the Spaniard seized Federer’s No. 1 ranking, it was as if The Joker had knocked off Batman – the world would never be the same.

Other painful defeats during the year were inflicted by Americans James Blake (at the Beijing Olympics), Mardy Fish and Andy Roddick, and by Europeans Ivo Karlovic and Radek Stepanek. All had usually been outplayed by Federer in their previous clashes.

The pall lifted at the US Open, when the defending champ won the title brilliantly for a fifth time. It was, however, only his fourth crown of the year, compared, for example, to his swag of 12 titles in 2006.

To rub even more salt into the wounds, Murray eliminated Federer in a preliminary round of the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai last November, an event the Swiss had won in four of the previous five years.

So what chance a total recovery in Melbourne?

Federer will have to deal with a few fading ghosts. It was here, for instance, that Lleyton Hewitt frustrated him with a shock Davis Cup defeat. He also has bitter memories of losing at his first two appearances at the Australian Open to the little Frenchman Arnaud Clement.

His other losses at the Open have been to Germany’s Tommy Haas (2002), Argentina’s David Nalbandian (2003), Russia’s Marat Safin (after holding a match point in the 2005 semifinal), and Djokovic (2008).

Any one of these players can be unstoppable on his day, as can the likes of Nadal, Murray, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Simon.

It’s not going to be easy for the Fed Express to get back on track … but nobody would be greatly surprised if he did.



Федерер: «Я готов к борьбе»

Швейцарский теннисист Роджер Федерер объявил о полной готовности к Открытому чемпионату Австралии.

«Я уже сыграл много матчей в 2009 году, обрел хорошую игровую форму. У меня нет проблем со здоровьем, чувствую себя свежим, физически и психологически готовым к борьбе. Рад, что пока все складывается как нельзя лучше», - сказал Федерер после уверенной победы над своим соотечественником Станисласом Вавринкой в финале выставочного турнира в Куйонге.

В 2008 году Федерер дошел в Мельбурне до полуфинала и уступил там будущему победителю Новаку Джоковичу. Позже выяснилось, что швейцарца подкосил мононуклеоз - вирусная инфекция, одним из симптомов которой является чувство усталости.

«В прошлом году я старался набрать хотя бы удовлетворительную форму к старту турнира. Я не смог нормально подготовиться и рассчитывал только на то, что буду прибавлять по ходу соревнований. Сейчас же все по-другому, и я ожидаю от себя более удачного выступления», - отметил Федерер, трижды побеждавший на Открытом чемпионате Австралии.

Победа на Australian Open принесет Федереру 14-й титул турниров «Большого шлема», что станет повторением рекорда, принадлежащего Питу Сампрасу, сообщает РИА «Новости».

Жеребьевка Australian Open оказалась неблагосклонной к Федереру. Первым его соперником будет итальянец Андреас Сеппи, 34-й номер мирового рейтинга. Во втором и третьем раундах швейцарцу «светят» встречи с экс-первыми ракетками мира: испанцем Карлосом Мойя и россиянином Маратом Сафиным соответственно.



:D Ну шо,Кати...Дошутились вчера... :'(










Фиииии, взял и самую красоту обрезал... Эээх, как удобно сча сказать - во всем виновата Мирка)



Он просто решил скинуть груз прошлого перед АО :-D



я только что рассмотрела,что на нем какие-то идиотские шорты "а-ля семейные трусы" o.O

Роджер Федерер: «Не считаю, что этот год – мой последний шанс что-то выиграть»

Швейцарец Роджер Федерер, который готовится к старту на Открытом чемпионате Австралии, заявил, что не вносил никаких изменений в подготовку к новому сезону.

«Я хочу выступать хорошо не только в этом году, но и в следующих сезонах. Я не думаю, что это мой последний шанс. Я чувствую, что все нормально. Я хорошо играю и хорошо себя чувствую. Не думаю, что мне было нужно что-то менять в плане подготовки к Australian Open, если сравнивать с прошлым сезоном. Ничего не изменилось. Я всегда стараюсь сыграть как можно больше матчей на том покрытии, на котором будет проходить турнир «Большого шлема», – цитирует Федерера официальный сайт турнира.

Роджер Федерер: «Чувствую, что физически и психологически готов к борьбе на Australian Open»

Швейцарец Роджер Федерер, ставший сегодня победителем выставочного турнира в Куйонге, объявил о полной готовности к Открытому чемпионату Австралии.

«Я уже сыграл много матчей в 2009 году, обрел хорошую игровую форму. Нет проблем со здоровьем, чувствую себя свежим, физически и психологически готовым к борьбе. Рад, что пока все складывается как нельзя лучше.

В прошлом году я старался набрать хотя бы удовлетворительную форму к старту турнира. Я не смог нормально подготовиться и рассчитывал только на то, что буду прибавлять по ходу соревнований. Сейчас же все по-другому, и ожидаю я от себя более удачного выступления», – цитирует Федерера РИА Новости.

Отметим, что в матче первого круга Открытого чемпионата Австралии Федереру придется встретиться с итальянцем Андреасом Сеппи.

Роджер Федерер: «Не считаю нынешнее поколение теннисистов сильнее тех, с которыми начинал я»

Швейцарец Роджер Федерер перед стартом Australian Open-2009 отметил, что не думает, что новое поколение игроков сильнее тех, с кем он начинал свою карьеру.

«Я знаю много людей, которые заявляют, что сейчас в туре играют сильнейшие молодые теннисисты, имея в виду Рафу, Мюррея и Джоковича. Но при этом я не считаю, что это поколение сильнее тех, с кем когда-то начинал я. У нас были Агасси, Роддик, Хьюитт, Сафин, Ферреро, Давид Налбандян и другие. Нельзя сказать, что только сейчас в мировом теннисе появились четыре сильных теннисиста, они были и раньше», – приводит слова Федерера GoTennis.ru.







:D  :D  :D ну поглядим, что ему после сброса груза светит)



Первый круг АО.По ходу матча буду еще добавлять













Отредактировано Freakish candy (2009-01-19 16:51:58)



еще чуток со вчерашнего матча и ПК







Roger Federer 19-01-09

Q. How difficult was it tonight? You played with him four times. You were 7‑6, 7‑6 in Monte‑Carlo. In Dubai a fight. How was tonight?

ROGER FEDERER: It was a close match. I think it could have gotten easier or could have gotten tougher, you know. I think the second set was kind of a close set, you know, which was the key to win.

He had many chances, you know, so it was good for me to erase those. I thought I actually served okay. I was pretty happy with my game. I had to get used to playing at night again. Just struggled with my rhythm early on in the match, in the first game, then also in the second game, new balls, I couldn't control them as much.

All in all, I thought it was a good match. Seppi hits a good ball. It's tough to play against him.

Q. You said something important on the court today, that you watched the sunset. That kind of mental relief made you seem more hungry in the tournament. You look different but in a good way.

ROGER FEDERER: I do take vacation every year, two weeks, two and a half weeks, where I go on vacation to the beach and take it easy. I've been doing it for the last six or seven years now. I always take at least two weeks. We had a nice time again after the exhibitions in Macau and Kuala Lumpur. It was needed. The season was long and tough. But it was a good one. I finished strong at the Olympics, at the US Open.

I like to just get away from everything, get away from people, just be alone for a while with my girlfriend. We had a lovely time. Then you're also hungry again to practice. You're happy to come back on tour.

That's always what I look for when I have a schedule, is that I enjoy the tournaments but then also I enjoy being away so that I'm happy to be back again, have new stories, happy to talk to guys, happy to meet the fans, sign autographs like crazy, go out on court and leave it all out there. I like to have these extreme ways.

Q. What happened last year was different. After this mental rest, we have the Roger Federer that was in 2004, '5, '6, or am I wrong?

ROGER FEDERER: Maybe I'm a bit more relaxed. The times when you're No. 1 in the world, you put your head down, you try to win as many tournaments as possible. Maybe sometimes you forget to enjoy it as much as you can because everything happens so quickly.

At the same time it's a nice time to be No. 1 in the world, having everybody talking about you. But I'm getting older. I'm enjoying myself more. I still love the traveling. I love competing out on center court like tonight. Those are good feelings.

Maybe just today or the last six months of last year, as well, after having a tough year, sometimes you can show more because you've been through a tough time. I show maybe a bit more emotions, a bit more happiness, which maybe people didn't see before.

Q. Seppi had 10 breakpoints during the match. Do you think he's fragile in those moments, afraid to do something, less aggressive, or it's you that became more aggressive?

ROGER FEDERER: You know how it is, you have days where you make five of five, then you have days you make zero of 10. You have to try to play in a dangerous way or a controlled aggression, and sometimes you also need a bit of luck. One time he was lucky to serve a breakpoint, a net cord. Sometimes these things need to fall your way.

I think the first breakpoint of the match, he should have made that one, or the second one where he had an easy backhand approach shot, missed it into the net cross‑court. This is where it already started. You have to go way back. Number six, seven, eight are not getting easier as you already missed six or seven.

The thing is, when you miss so many, it becomes a tendency, you keep on doing it. He was struggling with his forehand on the breakpoints. It was good for me. I was trying to look for that. I was playing tough. I was trying not to make any unforced errors, and it worked on those points.

Q. When you called the Hawk‑Eye, did you feel the ball was out?

ROGER FEDERER: The set point?

Q. Yes.

ROGER FEDERER: I was laughing because I actually made quite a great shot myself to pass him actually. I was kind of happy. Either way I was kind of happy that I didn't touch the ball or anything. If I had to replay the point, I kind of deserved it as well. I think it was good for me that it was out. That was obvious.

Q. Moya and Ferrero, former No. 1 players, lost today in the first round. Does that surprise you? Can you imagine where they find the motivation to keep going and playing?

ROGER FEDERER: I'm disappointed seeing them losing because they're great guys, great tennis players. Seeing them lose is not so much fun, to be honest. I practiced with Ferrero on Friday, my day off in Kooyong. He was playing great.

Maybe in matches like this you can maybe tell they grew up on clay. In their best time, their confidence, they would win such matches. With little play, maybe not being high seeded anymore, with a few doubts, maybe getting older, you know, hard courts, it is tough for them in the long run. That's when maybe came out a little bit today.

Santoro is a tough customer. Korolev is a guy that takes a lot of chances. It's hard to say. But it's definitely not the end. I hope they will bounce back and come back storming.

Q. You mentioned Korolev. That's going to be a tough matchup next time.

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I've never played against him. I was obviously expecting Carlos to come through in some ways. I've seen him play a little bit, Korolev. He's aggressive off the baseline. Definitely brought up on a fast court. I guess grew up in Russia, the States.

Yeah, it tells the way he plays. I have to be careful. He takes big shots at the ball. I have to make sure I maneuver him around and serve well. We'll see.

Q. Do you feel like it's kind of a match that really got you into the tournament?

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, it was a good match, sure. In Doha the same thing. We had long rallies. Had to really battle hard. I had to run a lot today. Put in also an effort on the defensive side to stay in the rallies because it's hard to find sometimes the weak spot in Seppi's game, forehand or backhand. He makes you run a lot. I thought he was serving much better today than he did, for instance, in Doha. I returned him really easily there. Today I really thought he was hitting his spots really well. That kind of made it a bit more tough today.

Q. You had a particularly good stretch the last five games of the first set. What does it feel like whenever you get in a zone like that?

ROGER FEDERER: The thing is, everything happens very quickly. Of course, your service games, you're just serving well, you're in control. But it's nice to get the returns back, put the pressure on. Then when you have an easy forehand, you put it away. When you have tough shots, you don't give anything away. You stay in the rally. You may hit the other guy a tough shot. You can just create pressure by doing this.

Of course, it's a great feeling, seeing the other guy struggling to hold serve and you're comfortable, you're easy, everything you're trying to do is working. It actually gave me a lot of confidence. It was good to start off the tournament like this.

Q. Do you get back to South Africa these days, either privately or for the foundation?

ROGER FEDERER: Planning a trip probably the end of this year. I'm looking forward to that. The last time I've been there has been a few years now. So, yeah, at the end of this year I'll be there.

Q. Do you still have a plot of land?

ROGER FEDERER: That's long since gone. Trying to sell it since a while.

Q. Do you feel more confident now than before you won the US Open last year?

ROGER FEDERER: Before the tournament or after?

Q. Right now. Do you feel more confident than when you won the US Open last year, before you won the US Open last year?

ROGER FEDERER: Before the US Open?

Q. Yes.

ROGER FEDERER: Yes, I feel better today just because I've had a decent preparation. Wimbledon is long gone. I guess the Olympic match against Blake kind of hurt in the singles. Even though I was playing well, I couldn't really win a tournament on hard court all season long until the US Open came around. I was just struggling a little bit with my timing. I felt that in the preparation. But was kind of in good spirits because of the Olympic gold in doubles.

This time around I felt great during Kooyong. I had good preparation, feel well. I should feel better this time around than before the Open.








http://opicture.ru/picture/thumbs/2009/01/20/05/123246239457130.jpg-хто это?)))Слухи о беременности Мирки не были слухами?))





Ну не настолько же давние слухи-то... :rofl: Девочке лет 5-6...

А ваще...знаю ее, она чья-то там дочка...кароч друзей Роджа...Она и на Юсе была, и в Дубаях



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чья-то там дочка

пора Роджу своих детей заделывать,а не таскать чужик по ЮСам и Дубаям :crazy: Из него бы отличный папаша получился...наверное :idea:



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хто это?)))Слухи о беременности Мирки не были слухами?))

Улыбнула с утра=)))

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Из него бы отличный папаша получился...наверное

Отвечает тебе дочь льва - да, если только ребенок девой не родится)