Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal Interviews, Highlights, Preview [Video]
by Tom Gainey | May 15th, 2010, 10:18 pm

Plenty of videos to further hype-up tomorrow’s Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal Madrid final.

In 20 meetings Nadal has won 13 of them against the Swiss. Federer won the last meeting which also came in Madrid a year ago so I’m sure Rafael will be out for some big-time revenge.

The guys behind the tennistv microphone, Jason Goodall and Robbie Koenig, offer their expert opinion:

Some happy words from the world No. 1 and defending champion Federer:

Nadal speaks:

Let’s wash it down with some highlights from Federer-Ferrer:

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2 Comments for Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal Interviews, Highlights, Preview [Video]

Dory Says:

Why does Federer have to remind us by casually slipping it in that he has a 10-0 winning record against Ferrer?

Ezorra Says:

“Playing a final against Federer, against one of the best in the history of the game is always great; it always has an extra motivation. Matches against him are always very, very difficult but they are always a challenge. My job is done reaching the final; it was a dream come true being able to play well and win.”
– Rafael Nadal

“I’m finding my form again really nicely here in Madrid so it’s one of those finals you never know. It’s quick conditions; I was able to come up with the right plays at the right time last year; I will definitely have to do something similar again tomorrow to come through. So it’s interesting and plus we haven’t played in a year so maybe some things have been forgotten and other things you realize very quickly what is better to do and what not. I’m excited.”
– Roger Federer

Both players are motivated to win the title. Good for them but whoever wins today, I think TENNIS is the winner overall. Like Federer said in his p.c, “I think it’s exciting for tennis and for us obviously.” So, what are we waiting for? Let’s the fun begin!!!

Opsss, btw, Vamos Rafa! ;)

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