Roger Federer Breaks Down in Tears Ahead of Australian Open 2019

Roger Federer Breaks Down in Tears Ahead of Australian Open 2019

Speaking to CNN at a training camp in Dubai last month, Federer broke down in tears discussing his former mentor Peter Carter, whose death in 2002 rocked his world.

"I love the Botanical Gardens and I love nature and I love to spend time daily there if I can", Djokovic said at a sponsor's event in Melbourne on Wednesday.

The 20-time Grand Slam victor was speaking to CNN about the Australian coach, Peter Carter, who was so influential in his formative years.

"Sorry. Oh, man, I still miss him so much". We have often seen him break down after winning a Grand Slam.

When asked if there was anything further he'd like to say about Carter in view of his life now, he replied: "I think, what I'd like to say is that, I've been incredibly fortunate in having had the right people at the right time; the right coaches at the right time".

'He didn't want me to be a wasted talent.

Turning 37 on August 8 - one day before what would have been Carter's 53rd birthday - Federer remains close to Carter's family and his parents usually occupy his player's box in Melbourne for the Australian Open.

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Federer will be competing in the Australian Open this year as the world no. 3 and the defending champion in a bid to win his 21st Grand Slam title and a record 7th Australian Open title as well.

Carter coached Federer as a youngster but died in a vehicle crash in 2002 - meaning he never saw Federer win a Grand Slam title.

"It's hard to just say 'Yeah, no big deal.' It is a big deal for me because I really don't take it for granted, this career".

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"I mean, sure you could argue I made those decisions, but er, I also got lucky along the way".

And Cilic, who pushed Federer all the way in the final a year ago, heads into the tournament after pulling out of a warm-up event in India last week with an injured knee.

That moment sparked a late-career resurgence including back-to-back Australian Open titles.

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And the Australian tennis calendar, the country's athletes, and the sporting culture as a whole continue to leave an indelible mark in Federer's character.

"I like physical matches and if you come here to Australia you have be really fit", she said.

"Am i confident? I dont know..."

He has remained high atop the men's singles rankings throughout the past two years and he is one of OUR FAVORITES at the upcoming Australian Open.

"I have a friend there, a Brazilian fig tree, that I like to climb and I like to connect with so that's probably my favourite thing to do".

"Melbourne will be the same I think".

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