Experienced Federer advises younger counterparts to stop 'freaking out' for success
London, May 17(ANI): Tennis ace and World number two Roger Federer has advised his younger players to calm down and relax, as he surges back towards the top of the rankings.
The Swiss believes his knack to rise above the controversies involving the blue clay surface in Madrid last week unlike Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic was key to him winning the title and regaining the number two spot.
Federer feels his 14-year career has left him more equipped to cope with the challenges of differing conditions than younger players.
"There's no reason to freak out about it. When I came on tour there were many more different surfaces and you just had to get used to it. Today it's much more similar and anyone can play anywhere," The Daily Mail quoted Federer, as saying. (ANI)
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