Roger Federer Runner-Up Press Conference Wimbledon 2019

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  • Rodrigo Solis
    Rodrigo Solis 4 days ago

    1 month later. Still hurts... 😩

  • Julian D'Rozario
    Julian D'Rozario 7 days ago

    Will never forget this loss 🙁

  • Elite Elite
    Elite Elite 7 days ago

    The huge ugly nose

  • Jake M
    Jake M 13 days ago +1

    he is the prime example of how to deal with a loss like this. such a gracious sportsman. people need to appreciate federer for all of his greatness before he retires. such an inspiration. he was soooooo close to number 21. he played passive on those two points, almost as if he was hoping djokovic would feel the pressure and fail. he didn't. i only wish he had played those two serves less conservatively. if he had, i believe this press conference would've been the winner one.

    • Jake M
      Jake M 9 days ago

      It was the way he approached. I rewatched it. I still believe he was passive. Perhaps it was nerves. He’s my all time favorite player. I watch all his matches. Love him. Just sad he couldn’t convert on one of those match points. Ugh.

    • Manuel Gasse
      Manuel Gasse 11 days ago

      Jake M He played passive ?? He attacked the net...

  • johnny71424
    johnny71424 15 days ago

    I'm still unable to over come this frustrating loss 😡😡😡😡😤😤😤😤

  • Tom Scott
    Tom Scott 16 days ago +1

    being an ex-athlete, i'm not sure people appreciate the level of play and dominance of the BIG 3. nowhere, in the history of sport, has a group dominated like they have. it's too bad there was only 1 winner.

  • mk kha
    mk kha 17 days ago

    I am very dispointed of this heartbreaking lose of Federer..i am crying...

  • Az Akh
    Az Akh 19 days ago

    2 weeks later still can't believe he lost lol

  • Indie Guy
    Indie Guy 21 day ago

    french people hows his french? is it as perfect as his english?

  • M V
    M V 22 days ago +2

    Rogers play is beautiful and elegant but that doesnt work when hes playing the best returner in history.... plus Novaks mental toughness cant be matched, hes the true GOAT!!

  • Dzoni Bravo
    Dzoni Bravo 22 days ago +1

    2:41 it has been 8 years since Novak has been number 3 player but this "journalist" has hard time to let it go? It's discusting.

  • Jules Marie
    Jules Marie 23 days ago +1

    Two weeks later and I’m still gutted. He’s so gracious in defeat.

  • Peppino Acrivulis
    Peppino Acrivulis 23 days ago

    He has a traslator inside...a legend

  • Mark Shaw
    Mark Shaw 24 days ago +1

    So fakking glad federer lost....the biased crowd and federer lost ...LMFAOOOOO

  • Walter Souza
    Walter Souza 25 days ago

    Please, guys, don't distract me with language issues, as the main fact is the worst defeat of Roger's career after having two match points in his favor.

  • Igor Pantelic
    Igor Pantelic 25 days ago +1

    I thought he was gonna say it was a lucky shot...

  • Ivan Bojkovic
    Ivan Bojkovic 26 days ago +3

    Djokovic was lucky again, for the third time. Oh its crying time again how close i was, he was lucky, i should have won

  • Red Manggo
    Red Manggo 26 days ago

    Djokovic young & full energy & Federer getting old & bit slow so it’s Novak djokovic turn

  • 0i0l0o
    0i0l0o 26 days ago +1

    what is happening here? 3rd time same situation against Novak?

    • ==/A\==
      ==/A\== 25 days ago +1

      Because he was doing same mistakes all 3 times, believe or not. I'm writing analysis about it, posting at Reddit tomorrow maybe r/tennis

  • Joel Wright
    Joel Wright 27 days ago +5

    He is the most graceful, wonderful when he loses.
    The Goat Loser
    He has a lot of practice at it thanks to joker

  • shellsbignumber2
    shellsbignumber2 27 days ago +1

    I doubt Novak will be at Rogers level when Novak is Rogers age. I think maybe Novak has 2 or 3 more years at the top, as his game is much more physical than Rogers.

    • Manuel Gasse
      Manuel Gasse 11 days ago

      Novak is a health freak. Yoga, meditation, no meat, no gluten, stretching, etc. I can easily imagine him being on top 3-4 years from now.

  • Balto wolf
    Balto wolf 27 days ago +4

    Federer for Wimbledon 2020, who's with me ?

  • Shrikant Kumar
    Shrikant Kumar 27 days ago

    @pranaybeast its not true

  • Alex Vidakovic
    Alex Vidakovic 28 days ago +1

    Is there a language this guy doesn't speak?

  • Amal Santhosh
    Amal Santhosh 28 days ago +2

    A week down the line and it still hurts. COME ON ROGER Be21eve !!!!

  • Travel is Life
    Travel is Life 28 days ago +2

    Respect for him, but shame on the wimbledon crowd! Arrogant british people who cannot comprehend the idea that someone from eastern europe could win over them capitalist world countries.. CHOKE

  • Mohak Gupta
    Mohak Gupta 28 days ago

    Truly classic.

  • Vogue Girl
    Vogue Girl 28 days ago

    Didn't realise there has only been one player to have beaten two out of the three top players on route to winning a grand slam. Please introduce Stan the man! He beat Nadal and Djokovic to win the French Open happy days. Murray has also beaten the joker in two grand slam finals. I hope he comes back to playing singles 😃

  • Ed Rosie
    Ed Rosie 28 days ago

    He is top draw. Most professional, intellectual, truly kind and decent sportsman out there.

  • Ford Christensen
    Ford Christensen 28 days ago

    Forever and always the GOAT

  • Nagy Andrew
    Nagy Andrew 28 days ago

    Roger is the best tennis player of all time in the history of tennis.

  • Karen Wilber
    Karen Wilber 28 days ago

    His loss just really broke my heart. I was up on my feet in my living room when he had those 2 championship points ready to celebrate with him. They both played a fabulous match but I really wanted Roger to get this win. I just keep thinking about those 2 championship points... ugh. :( Hopefully he will keep up this fabulous play for the US Open!

  • World Citizen
    World Citizen 28 days ago +1

    He is Grace personified. If only he could hold it at 15-40, this would have been his 21st. But there is absolutely no doubt about this man's greatness. He is a living legend, whom I wish from the bottom of my heart to win atleast 4 more grand slams before hanging his boots.

  • rosi Stepanov
    rosi Stepanov 28 days ago

    Djokovic kampioen

  • Silica Asuna
    Silica Asuna 28 days ago

    It is not sad to watch him fall short at this stage. He has achieved too much, checked to many boxes and earned too many millions for anyone to feel pity. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • Diamonaut MC
    Diamonaut MC 28 days ago

    nice

  • this time
    this time 29 days ago

    just one of the goat now

  • Tony Alexi
    Tony Alexi 29 days ago +3

    wow!!he spoke several langueges!beauty player ,politely!!respect!!!

  • Jyotishman Hazarika
    Jyotishman Hazarika 29 days ago

    Arbaaz khan

  • franklynw1
    franklynw1 29 days ago

    The joker will be the GOAT... yes I said it

  • devil lonesome
    devil lonesome 29 days ago +2

    Enjoy time off Mr Roger! What a great performance.

  • MOSIMA PHADU
    MOSIMA PHADU 29 days ago +1

    He is such an inspiration ❤️.

  • Akiruu87
    Akiruu87 29 days ago +1

    Pure class

  • Az Akh
    Az Akh 29 days ago +1

    This is the most gutted I felt after a sports match since Arsenal losing the champions league final in 2006. 2 championship points on serve smh. The only way he can redeem himself or comeback is by winning the Us open but that is unlikely.

  • Jean Belmondo
    Jean Belmondo 29 days ago +3

    If tiebreakers were not allowed in the final match as in the 1960s, Federer would have beaten Djokovic in three straight sets after only 34 games played. Excluding the tiebreakers and Counting only the first 34 games as they occurred chronologically we have Federer winning 8-6 6-4 6-4. So actually in this match the first two tiebreakers have prolonged the match by 31 more games plus a third tiebreaker.

  • Instant Access0303
    Instant Access0303 29 days ago +1

    Roger Federer is the best tennis player EVER, simple.

  • dragan zivkovic
    dragan zivkovic 29 days ago +5

    Roger is a big tennis player, but it's over when Novak says it's over. And it's not the first time. And will not be the last because Novak is a genius in the head. That's it.

    • Ravi Kumar
      Ravi Kumar 29 days ago +1

      A stupid Serbian dog commenting as usual.

  • Graubereich
    Graubereich 29 days ago

    Er war in einigen Momenten nicht cool genug und ungeduldig
    Novak ist da besser..
    Das hat das Match entschieden..
    Hätte es ihn gegönnt und bin überzeugt das er noch min 1 Slam holt..

  • espressoman1000
    espressoman1000 29 days ago +7

    I'm not really a huge tennis fan but I watched the whole game, but I must say this guy is just incredible, what a phenomenal athlete.

  • Mash Eclokin
    Mash Eclokin 29 days ago +3

    7 of Federer's grand slam wins were won before Nadal or Djokovic who came almost two years after Nadal, what's amazing is during the Nadal & Federer years so many people had strong emotional attachments to these 2 players & poor Novak had too deal with not only the 2 best players of tennis history but also there fans.... My hat comes of for Novak who had to take the hardest road to become the better player of all 3 & achieve what he has.

  • Khalid Jamal
    Khalid Jamal Month ago

    Because Djokovic won as the undeserving winner and Federer lost as the better player I do not think Djokovic will ever win another grand slam title.

  • Thomas Palm
    Thomas Palm Month ago

    What a blessed privilege to have witnessed this golden age of tennis and its top-notch contenders, who exemplify their love and respect for the sport by their display of competitive spirit and gracious sportsmanship. It just doesn't get any better than this.

  • jyoti sharma
    jyoti sharma Month ago +7

    He is the best player of all times and an even better person - amazing grace. Kyrgios needs to learn how to behave from Roger.

    • Boris Lemeshev
      Boris Lemeshev 28 days ago

      Federer is incredible, agreed, but Djokovic deserves to be in that conversation too. Both men are true GOATS.

    • Vogue Girl
      Vogue Girl 28 days ago

      It's called being mature and showing respect for the game.

  • specnaz1935
    specnaz1935 Month ago

    😒What a boring fellow, a prince turning into a toad.

  • Ranko Jacimovic
    Ranko Jacimovic Month ago

    Hvala Rodzer. Da ti nisi toliko dobar ne bi ni nas Nole ni izbliza bio tako sjajan. Uz Novaka priustio si nam zaista mnoge divne trenutke. Pozdrav za ovu sportsku i ljudsku gromadu. Da si nam ziv i zdrav .

  • Mustafa Bohari
    Mustafa Bohari Month ago

    kudos to Roger man, truly...this is his attitude after such a tough loss..man must have spiritual side of it..its so difficult to be this positive and saneful after such kind of defeat i mean he has two match pts..i pray that he wins atleast couple more wimbledons or grand slams...this will make rafa and novak on their heels and make them play longer..and make this golden age last longer.

  • yakxattack
    yakxattack Month ago

    12-12 tiebreak 👎. RIP Wimbledon

  • Alberto Soto
    Alberto Soto Month ago +1

    Roger is great in victory, as in defeat, he is one of the few great athletes, as well as a great human being, congratulations to Roger and his beautiful family!

  • WJ
    WJ Month ago

    Always the winner in my mind. Federer forever. Classiest winner ever, and runner up!!

  • Adnan Omerovic
    Adnan Omerovic Month ago

    Mats eat yourself buahahahahaaaaa

  • MANUTD4LIFE171
    MANUTD4LIFE171 Month ago +3

    Federer just can’t beat Djokovic in Wimbledon finals, that’s 3-0 to Djokovic 🤣🤣🤣🤣 If only the likes of Phillipouses, Nalbandian and Roddick where still playing

  • Joanna Johns
    Joanna Johns Month ago +17

    Very-Very Well said!! " I dont want to be depressed about actually an amazing tennis match" - yes, very well said!

  • Andrea Wolek
    Andrea Wolek Month ago

    Danced 🤣🤣🤣

  • Mira Starcevic
    Mira Starcevic Month ago

    The king

  • Lucille P
    Lucille P Month ago +1

    Roger Federer is a classy gentleman! Great tennis player and family man. I wish he his a brother for me.

  • Justyna Szyszka-Pałacha

    He’s so gutted. It’s hard to watch.

  • lun3axe
    lun3axe Month ago

    Was the first commentator trying to stir him up? That guy should be banned from asking questions.

  • Vogue Girl
    Vogue Girl Month ago

    I didn't realise he has lost to Djokovic 4 times in Grand slam finals 3 at Wimbledon 😥He needs to up his game and beat him.

  • Caroline Cameron
    Caroline Cameron Month ago

    3 days now & I’m still suffering PWD “Post Wimbledon Depression “. Nothing seems to be helping 😔

    • Rilèy Ràul
      Rilèy Ràul 29 days ago

      Cheer up,the season is not over yet, there is still one more grand-slam to go and a handful of masters. Considering the way he has been playing all year, I wouldn't be surprised if he wins them all.

  • gogi
    gogi Month ago +3

    He is great player. Respect !

  • Carolyn Parkhurst
    Carolyn Parkhurst Month ago +1

    Roger handles himself so well,but deep down inside I think he wants to slap some of these reporters !

  • Benjamin Decsei
    Benjamin Decsei Month ago +3

    Imagine in a parallel reality Roger Federer hitting an underarm serve like Nick Kyrgios at the first match point and winning the point and the match , everybody starts booing him including Djokovic but Roger just smiles and wiggles his index finger in the air while approaching the net, like at Roland Garros 2011. What a moment...

  • Muhamed Omazic
    Muhamed Omazic Month ago +1

    The only reason why Roger lost the match is Novak*s faith in God.This is the reason why Novak could find his best tenis in tie-breaks.Djoković plays with surrender and he plays for the pleasure of God.Roger plays for his own pleasure and for the crowds.That is why in this rivalry Novak is beter.

  • Gabriel Micu
    Gabriel Micu Month ago +2

    Roger really choked, he is the only reason that he lose. Novak played important points better also, clear Roger played better and was overall better player. Really frustrating for me to see the better more talented player lose in tie-breaks.

  • Brbljiva
    Brbljiva Month ago

    He had a bad day at work, that's it. But the consequences are... he still earned 10 millions or something?