Roger Federer Arrives In Australia, And He’s Already Hitting Tennis Balls
by Tom Gainey | January 9th, 2012, 9:29 am
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federer-hittingAfter withdrawing from his Doha semifinal with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Friday, Roger Federer arrived in Melbourne yesterday for the Australian Open, and despite a back injury concern the Swiss went right to the tennis court for some practice.

“Happy to be in Melbourne. I went for a light and easy hit and I am making good progress which is nice….” Federer posted on Facebook.

The 30-year-old Federer first injured his back last Wednesday during his win over Grega Zemlja.

“For Australia I’m optimistic, just because it’s not very good but it isn’t crazy bad,” he said last week. “I have had bad backs in the past.”

The four-time Australian Open champion Federer will be seeded No. 3 when the draw is released this Friday. His last Grand Slam title came at Melbourne in 2010.


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99 Comments for Roger Federer Arrives In Australia, And He’s Already Hitting Tennis Balls

Drake Says:

Hopefully he will be full recovered when AO starts.


Humble Rafa Says:

Slow Australian Open courts don’t suit the Arrogant One. But making the quarters is possible.


AO2012 Says:

Humble Rafa..

4 time AO champion..and 2 very close losses(2009 & 2005) and still AO courts don’t suit the Champ.


Ron Says:

Rog has already done more than anyone can do in his career. He is 30 now and yes more losses are coming his way but one has to keep in perspective that Nole & Rafa have had to wait until Rog’s twilight years to be able to beat him… an age where they will both have long been retired. At this point no matter how far Rog progresses, fans should be thankful that he is still competing and they still get to see him play as NONE of the others…. Nole, Rafa and co can even come close in terms of skill, artistry, and command of this sport. No doubt that this opinion always brings up the Rafa/ Rog head to head and one phrase can summarize that…Rafa made Hay on Clay!


Remcom Says:

Dear Humble Rafa,

Continually reducing Federer to “the Arrogant One” may be provocative, to be sure, but it’s hardly accurate. He’s Swiss, for goodness sake, and arrogance in that culture is anathema to any kind of ‘good form’, and Federer is nothing if not aware of making a good impression.

Perhaps you should ask your namesake, who is certainly humble and a gentleman. He also has the highest respect for Federer – a feeling that is entirely mutual, as you might know.


skeezerweezer Says:

@Ron re: Fed nice post and here here!


Thangs Says:

Murray got good chance…Rafa/Roger will make only qtrs..Nole is the only threat..If delpotro/tsonga can take Nole out, its Murray’s slam to loose.


Bailey Says:

Fed and rafa have a better chance at winning the AO then murray.


carlo Says:

The problem is that there isn’t much time for recovery and I doubt Federer’s recovery time for his back issues is as good as what it used to be. He’s tough though, he can make it to the quarters, but he’ll need some early round luck.


Thangs Says:

he has early round luck always…


Michelle Says:

“luck” in draws is pretty even. Everyone gets tough draws sometimes and everyone gets lucky draws sometimes. What a dumb statement, Thangs.


dari Says:

Gilles Simon, Thangs, is NOT a lucky R2 match, just what I recall off the top of my head for AO last year…
Ron, right on!
Go Rog, hope you can bring the magic recovery- wise and on the court!


carlo Says:

I wouldn’t call getting Simon, or another five set grinder like he had last year, Thangs, good early round luck. It’s over-stating his luck to say “always.” Luck this year would be having his first opponent retire, second opponent a w/o, third opponent a Roddick favorable match-up…


Humbug Bull Says:

So those Nadalites think they can get away with envious putdowns? The “arrogant one” is the player that displays behavior on court which disregards others like making opponents wait forever at the coin toss, taking extra time during service games and celebrating others’ errors. Not to mention asking for age-old rules to be changed for their advantage! Guess who fit the bill? The Humbug Bull, that’s who!


Humbug Bully Says:

Let’s make that “Humbug Bully” for better effect. See how they like it.


Ron Says:

@ Humbug Bull – Nice post. Totally agree. People call Roger arrogant and conveniently overlook that he’s the best behaved on court and reserves his celebrations till the end of the match and those too are very muted with respect for his opponents unlike the certain fist pumping spaniard and the chest thumping serb who celebrate every point including the opponents unforced errors as if they just won the tournament.


Thangs Says:

How abt fed playing mindgames before the big matches by stating some nonsense in the interviews? particularly against Murray..


Wog boy Says:

@Thang:
I did mention that before, but I also said that is part of the game. I remember last year befor SF Novak he said: ” i like playing Novak because result is always dependig on me.”
I was sure Novak was goner, but luckily I was wrong. Federer has always something to say one or two days before important matches, but the other players are not kids too :)

@Remcom:

I am European, I am sure there is no arrogance in Italian part but not so sure about German part of Swiss, and he is from German part ! Also, don’t forget his mother is Southafrican, lot of them arrived in Australia in last 20 years and arrogance, I can asure you , is not strange to them.

By saying all of this he is entitled on both ( arrogance and mind games), and I don’t see problem with that, as I said the others are not kids, they have there ways !

Mademax and Dave, I tried not to biased ( I think that is the word), was it OK or I still have to work on it :-)
Cheers


Wog boy Says:

AO SF against Novak, just to clear.


RZ Says:

I’m a Federer fan all the way, but I find Humble Rafa kinda funny. I’m sure that’s making some of you groan because it just encourages him (or her?) but I see the humor behind it all.


Miki Says:

It seems that it’s the newcomers that are bothered by Humble Rafa’s posts. I’m not posting here often but I am a regular reader at Tennis-X, and if someone didn’t realize yet, Humble Rafa is just joking a little, I think his posts are rather humorous, and he really isn’t insulting anyone, like some people do, who btw consider themselves serious posters. I mean his nickname is Humble Rafa, Fed is “the Arrogant one”, Novak is “the Egg man”, Murray is “Mr. Lady Forehand” and so on…I think he doesn’t really favor any of them in particular, and even if he does he is not hating anyone, he makes fun of all of them.


Kimmi Says:

cibulkova making so many errors, giving wozniacki a gifted set..


Wog boy Says:

Kimmi, you are right she is better player today, so far, second brake for Cibulkova.


Kimmi Says:

she is trying to go for broke all the time but sometimes she is shooting herself in the foot.

Hope she wins the second set..


Kimmi Says:

there! second set cibulkova (6-2), i can see wozniacki raising her game in the third. Cibulkova just need to continue the aggression, without errors..can she?


Kimmi Says:

uh ho, cibulkova with stomach muscle injury.


Kimmi Says:

cibulkova breaks early in the third, she continues to go for it.


Kimmi Says:

cibulkova really going for it. wozniacki no answer at the moment.


Kimmi Says:

maybe it will be a bagel, cibulkova on fire!


Kimmi Says:

oh no bagel, wozniacki on board. Will we see a come back, don’t count out world number 1


Kimmi Says:

oh ho, first break back! the come back continues.


Kimmi Says:

3 straght games for wozniacki. cibulkova needs to wake up..quickly!


Kimmi Says:

another break, 4 straights games for wozniacki. poor cibulkova..what a turn around!


Kimmi Says:

cibulkova now she has to serve to stay in the match, oh dear!


Kimmi Says:

wozniacki wins. she is not world number 1 for nothing. Too many errors from cibulkova.


Kimberly Says:

horrible horrible choke from cibulkova. That was just painful to see.


Kimmi Says:

exactly kimberly, but i will give wozniacki some credit. she is a fighter and never gives up.

cibulkova needs to learn to stay cool. that is what champions do. she is definitely not one.


mat4 Says:

A comment I found, that sounds very intersting. I give it here with the name of the author.

“Nick Ahlborn posted 40 minutes ago

It wasn’t the grip change so much in 2010 that improved the Nadal Serve. A Spanish Coach named Oscar Borras approached the Nadal Camp and claimed he could greatly improve the Nadal Serve, and there is a Youtube video of it that identifies Borras adjusting the Nadal Takeback. In 2009 Nadal – as he did through his career – was creating a “V” shape on his takeback, where his left arm was extended backward at an almost 45 degree angle, forming a V in essence with his neck. This left him the far too big a motion to meet the ball ideally – the path to contact was too long. Borras trained Nadal from the grass roots: to begin throwing a ball so as to replicate the ideal service motion – and if that sounds odd, we need to remember Nadal is naturally right handed. He had no reason to throw the ball – or anything else – with his left hand. This throwing practice led Nadal to the much more traditional “Trophy Pose” on the takeback, which is where the power comes from. You can see Nadal using the traditional Trophy Pose on the Serve throughout 2010, and often forgotten was that in 2010 he destroyed everyone on Clay when that new motion was beginning to solidify in his game. That Nadal was able to learn something this fundamental so late in his career, and in less than a year win the US Open because of it, is a testament to the commitment and raw discipline he possesses to better himself. Given that he was so late to develop this traditional service motion, the shoulder problems he’s experiencing now are probably the reason they shelved that serve. Might have been a case of trying to get what’s basically an ATP Tour Level technique polished for optimum use in less than a year very likely took a toll on the shoulder, which was unused to that kind of stress placed on it so soon. The video itself is extremely enlightening, if you watch it.”


carlo Says:

Disaster choke for Cibulkova. I had to stop watching and switch to a Heineken Open match.


Wog boy Says:

Kvitova wasn’t really in the mood to play, but win is a win. Weather is maggy and sticky, hot and humid. Kuznetsova couldn’t take it and retired, Schiavone finished but just, lost. Problem with Homebush, where they play, is that whatever is temperature in Sydney it is at least 5 deegres more and very humid. You could see that Kvitova was struggling.


MK DAMODARAN Says:

The final winners in various categories of Australian Open 2010 were number 8 persons.
Roger Federer was born on August 8,1981.
Serena Williams was born on September 26,(2+6=8) 1981.
Venus Williams was born on June 17,1980(1+7=8).
Serena won the women’s final.
The williams sisters won the double.
Leander Paes and Cara Black won the mixed doubles.
Paes was born on June 17,1973.
Cara Black was born on February 17,1979.
All persons born on 8,17 or 26 of any month carry birth number 8.
Now,some thing more about Federer:-

Federer won the Australian Open final in 161 minutes(1+6+1=8).
He won 16(2 times 8) Grand Slams in 8 years.He won atlest one Grand Slam per year for 8 consecutive years.
He became the fifth man in history to win 4 Australian Open titles after 8 years Since Andre Agassi in 2003.
Roger Federer was 27 years and 332 days old as on July 5,2009.
Numbers are strongly significant.
Because,they finally adds up to 8(27+ 332=359,3+ 5 +9=17,1 +7=8).
Then he became the greatest tennis champion by overtaking Pete Sampras.
Federer won his fifth consecutive Wimbledon medal on July 8,2008.
Federer was born on August 8,1981.
The month-August- is the 8th one from January.
Also,addition of the date,month and year gives 35,which adds upto 8((8+ 8 +1+ 9+ 8 +1=35.
Further adding,3+ 5=8.
Federer is reported to have begun playing tennis at the age of 8.
He is the first player to earn $8 million in prize money in one season.
It may be noted that the numerological value of the letter”f”(the first letter of federer) is 8.
The year 2012 represents 5.
That is identical with his name number.
Federer had no grand slam last year.
He has 16 grand slams.
His next grand slam is 17th(1+7=8).
Let us hope that Federer will win the Australian open 2012-his 17th grand Slam.


grendel Says:

mat4 – MMT posted that video about a month ago. According to it, the coach is now engaged in a lawsuit with the Nadals – he feels he has not been given the credit he deserves.


Ajet Says:

kvitova, please bring on your best and spare me the pain of reading the number ’1′ next to the name of wozniaki, soon as possible.


grendel Says:

mat4 – the comments of Nick Ahlborn are very interesting; for me, more interesting than the video itself, which I found a little difficult to follow, I’m afraid – I think you’d need to be a proper player to be able to spot what was going on (on a very small screen, too). Ahlborn gives a convincing reason (in the dearth of further info) for why Nadal has had to “shelve that serve”.


jamie Says:

Without doing their astrological charts, just looking at their lunar astrology, my friend thinks either Djokovic or Del Potro will win the AO. We will see after she does their astrological charts if she changes her mind.


jamie Says:

MK DAMODARAN wrote:

The year 2012 represents 5.

_________________________

Del Potro’s birth number is 5.

This could be a great year for him.


jamie Says:

This could be a great year for Del Potro IF he stays injury free.

Federer’s birth number is 8.
Djokovic’s birth number is 4.
Nadal’s birth number is 3.
Murray’s birth number is 6.


aliso hodge Says:

jamie you keep dodgeing my question,what would your pyschic friend do,if rafa were to ask her for a reading?


aliso hodge Says:

jamie and what about the womans side?


jamie Says:

One more comment:

The year 2006 represented 8 which is Federer’s birth number and it was his best year ever.

The year 2010 represented 3 which is Nadal’s birth number and it was his best year ever.

The year 2011 represented 4 which is Djokovic’s birth number and it was his best year ever.

The year 2012 represents 5 which is Del Potro’s birth number, will it be his best year ever?

The year 2013 represents 6 which is Murray’s birth number, will it be his best year ever?


aliso hodge Says:

i get it jamie,you dont have the guts to reply to my question.


aliso hodge Says:

^sorry make that questions.


malher Says:

@ wog boy
i’m a south african – luv the arrogant one – LETS GO ROGER!!!! LETS GO


mem Says:

do you guys actually believe thia psyche crap? i bet jamie is rolling on the floor laughing at how easy it is to feed you guys anything.

you have to know that he is making this stuff up based on how he feels about each player. he is certainly taking some of you for a ride. i don’t blame him for capitalizing on your desperation to know what the future holds.

sorry to be the one to burst your bubble and destroy your hopes but jamie and his imaginary psyche don’t know any more about who will win what this year than i do or any of you do. anybody can predict! hate to take the wind out your sail, but that’s life!


skeezerweezer Says:

mem,

In one small sober moment, I actually agree ;)

“We will see after she does their astrological charts if she changes her mind.”

Changes her mind? Of course, that is what Side kicks do.

Numbers? You can make numbers equate to most anything if you play with them long enough.

LMAO

Congrats Fed on joining Gillettes team of world class athletes!


mat4 Says:

@Grendel:

I found some analysis of Nadal’s serve, but they are all from 2009. At first sight, I don’t notice a big difference between his motion before the USO and after that, but the clips on youtube are not good enough for an analysis. Let’s add that I am not an expert.

There are a few thing, though, that still bother me. When Rafa changed his forehand, Mouratoglou wrote about that change of motion. When Djokovic found his lost serve, Chris Bradnam mentioned how that analysed in slow motion the position of his shoulder. A difference was obvious in both case. But in the case of Rafa’s serve, nobody was sure what the change was. A change of grip? A change of position of the left arm? Come on! Nobody had the answer.

I like Roger and Novak very much, and I observe their respective games for years, noticing the changes: Roger has lost his incredibly high bouncing serve, Djokovic has improved dramatically his crosscourt forehand… So I wasn’t surprised by Novak’s rise in 2011, nor by his game (except the forehand, but basically he got back where he was in 2008), although I was surprised by the quality of Roger’s serve at the French. I also already knew that Novak had no problems with stamina, but his problems were about breathing and defeat. But not even one Rafa’s fan noticed his improvements on serve. No one could tell the difference.

Rafa is the only player that improved tremendously just for 1 tournament! The whole story has no sense.


mat4 Says:

… how they analyzed…


mat4 Says:

@skeezer:

hello young man! Glad to read you.

Could you help us about that Rafa’s serve?


aliso hodge Says:

mem and skeezer personally i dont know if i do or i dont,but you have to admit either he or his friend(if she does exsist)was frighteningly accurate last year(read into that whatever you may),but i have to agree with skeezer pyschics dont change there minds,they predict something,and thats what it is a prediction of what will happen,not what might happen,i have seen plenty of them in my time,some have been great,and some not so,as i take genuine spiritualists very seriously,but never have i heard one use the word hate or to pass judgement on anyone, as that defeats the object of what a true spiritualist stands for,and to say she does not do readings on the female players,well what does that say about her? if she does exsist.


jamie Says:

alison hodge Says:

jamie you keep dodgeing my question,what would your pyschic friend do,if rafa were to ask her for a reading?

jamie and what about the womans side?

__________________

She does not care for WTA.

She obviously would give him with a psychic reading. Guy is a celeb, ffs.

Quit being so anal, woman.


jamie Says:

alison hodge Says:

jamie you keep dodgeing my question,what would your pyschic friend do,if rafa were to ask her for a reading?

jamie and what about the womans side?

__________________

She does not care for WTA.

She obviously would give him a psychic reading. Guy is a celeb, ffs.

Quit being so anal, woman.

I’m at work and in a hurry.


skeezerweezer Says:

Alison,

I apologize. I do not place Pyschics in the world of spiritulism, nor anything really, that is just me. They are right sometimes, and sometimes they are not. So we all are. Maybe I am ignorant or maybe I am right. But if it is meaningful to you, i regress.


steve27 Says:

Is quite mysterious the Nadal ’s serve hystory. For one big tournament,Nadal big improvement in his service and voila! Nadal champion of the Us Open 2010. And the, especially since 2011- I dont count Tokio or London 2010- his service returns again the same as before. Is definitely strange.
It has to do, perhaps, he is righty, and for that reason he has coordination problems for taking with his left, and not being used and the effort made, increased his shoulder problems. ¿Any specialist who can solve this mystery?. I would appreciate it.


jamie Says:

She has not done the astrological charts yet, that is why she might see something different. Right now she sees either Djokovic or Del Potro winning because they have the best lunar cycles for the AO. If she is not predicting Federer winning that is not my fault and that is why the Fedtards are upset in this thread and she does exist, otherwise I wouldn’t be posting all the predictions I have since I personally know squat about astrology.

I forgot this a Fedtard blog.

Zzzz.


madmax Says:

psycho babble.

Roger will win the AO as long as he fights for it. He has said he will willing to fight for everything this year. The AO is no different.

I don’t expect him to reach anything less than the SFs. This is Roger’s year.

Go Roger!


jamie Says:

Federer will not win the AO, according to my friend the psychic.

Jupiter and Uranus are shifting gears and this is impacting his natal Mercury, Sun, Saturn and Jupiter negatively.

Bye.


Bailey Says:

Are there really people who believe in this astrology crap??


aliso hodge Says:

jamie i only asked a question thats all,and thanks for the answer,but i still maintain any spiritualist worth there salt does not use hate or dislike in a reading, as a termanology it goes against everthing they supposedly stand for,pyschics dont judge end of,thats it now,im done.


aliso hodge Says:

skeezer honestly no apology deemed necassary,everybodys different,ive had a few strange things happen to me over the years thats why i tend to believe well some of them anyway,and no you are not ignorant,as you keep an open mind,and theres nothing wrong in that.


Lou Says:

Roger Federer is the king of all, his phenomenal record on hard court is a proof of that:

The Big Four (Djokovic, Nadal, Federer, Murray) & Del Potro- Statistical Precursor to Australian Open 2012: Part 1 http://bit.ly/A1EskN


alison hodge Says:

alison hodge sorry not aliso hodge.


Wog boy Says:

@malher:

So you should, so you should :)


Kimberly Says:

jamie’s psychic seems to predict what Jamie wants to hear. She probably will say whatever the person who pays her wants.


Wog boy Says:

Whose part of the drow ( big four) Delpo is in ?


alison hodge Says:

kimberly well said thats the most sensible thing ive read all day.


alison hodge Says:

wog boy draws out thursday,thats probably friday where you are.


Wog boy Says:

Every village in Serbia has fortune teller, they don’t charge you but they tell you that you can live what ever you feel like on the table on the way out. I can tell, that table has seen a fair bit of money, trust me:-)
On the other side, when people do need help they are ready to go and do anything and these “fortune tellers) are using other people’s problems to make fortune, unfortunatly :(


Wog boy Says:

Alison, thanks, I wouldn’t like to see Delpo on Novak’s side.


alison hodge Says:

wog boy well said a genuine fortune teller wont even ask for money,for something they consider as a sacred gift.


RZ Says:

Steve27, from what I remember, apparently Nadal’s improved serve for the 2010 US Open had to do with a slight change in grip. I don’t understand why he didn’t keep it up if it was that simple, so I’m assuming there was more to it.


alison hodge Says:

wog boy i dont think anyone wants delpo in there favs half of the draw.


Wog boy Says:

Delpo is playing Kubot today, I hope I can finish earlier today and go and watch him (noon). It is much better then on TV and today is not going to be hot, just nice for nice game. Ken Rosewall arena is nice place to be on such a nice day.


Wog boy Says:

Is it my phone or Tennis-x format can not fit on my screen and I need magnifier to read it?


laslo Says:

Murray got good chance…Rafa/Roger will make only qtrs..Nole is the only threat..If delpotro/tsonga can take Nole out, its Murray’s slam to loose

Thangs! Why can’t Murray take out Novak himself?


skeezerweezer Says:

mat4,

Waz up? :)

That conversation (Rafa serve)was discussed back in ’10. Rafa’s camp is usually very very hush hush about is game and what is going on, so it is not easy to figure out. There are vids out there but tye motion imo is basicaloy the same. There seemed to be little change if any in his prep, so I speculated a grip change. Yes, a grip change could result in hitting the ball flatter. Looking at his regular service motion, he always puts a “cut” on the serve, so flattening it out would obviously put some more heat on it. By changing the grip ( that is …..the way you hold it ) you also will have to come through the ball a little differently. Me thinks this adjustment must have resulted in shoulder issues. Why? Has anyone got any info on how Rafa’s shoulder got hurt? And why is it for the most part gone away until now?


margot Says:

Wog boy, it’s tennisx :(


Thangs Says:

@laslo, If semi, murray have chances. No chance if they meet in final.


Wog boy Says:

Margot, thanks. Just came from tennis, Delpo looks
OK, it was very windy, easy win. Baghdatis had hard win,I had to go before Azarenka’s match and I wanted to see her, still playing.Nice day, not high quality tennis, but too windy.


margot Says:

Wog boy: lucky, lucky you :) Enjoy!


Wog boy Says:

Margot, I will do my best :)


sheila Says:

humble rafa: u always refer 2 federer as the arrogant one. maybe u mistaken confidence 4 arrogance. lots of tennis players have come across arrogant, but u seem 2 always dump arrogance on federer. it gets tiresome, maybe its because ur a huge nadal fan???


Ron Says:

So funny that this has turned into an astrological prediction of who will win. Let me make it simple for ALL.
Astrology controls mortals and the great one “Roger” is immortal therefore the only rules that apply to him are the ones he creates for himself. If he really wants to win he wins and if he doesn’t then the other mortals fight it out for the title. ie… if Roger loses, its because he didn’t really want to win!


jamie Says:

@Ron

Good one. I suppose Roger did not want to win a slam in the past 2 years since he has not won a slam since January 2010. Roger has been trolling his fans for 2 years now since he decided he couldn’t be arsed to win a slam in 2 years! LOL.


rave Says:

@ Jamie,

May be your psychic friend can bring back uranus or mercury or whatever planet Roger needs to bring him many more slams. I would be willing to pay handsomely. ANd I bet he would be willing to pay handsomely too. Or may be I can find a way to imprison those important planets for ROger so they never leave and he will keep winning slams. LOL.
Or may be I can get some voodoo dolls of all Fed’s opponents that they wilt just at the site of Roger holding his racquet.

Go Fed Go, you are the GOAT and will forever remain the GOAT.


alison hodge Says:

rave great post,i think its as grendel said though,we can all make predictions about what will happen,however half of fun and excitement is the not knowing,so maybe we should all just wait and see,jamie can make as many snide comments as he wishes,but it wont change what roger and rafa have already achieved,the two greats have 26 grand slams between them,end of story.


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