Tommy Haas, 44, has had an incredible experience in recent years: “I thought I would remember exactly everything that happened in my career,” says Haas.
“But a lot of things have been erased from memory lately. You’re just getting old.” However, this does not apply to times when his head is on fire.
Strictly speaking, not just a moment, but a whole tournament: ‘TERRA WORTMANN OPEN’ of 2012. Because ten years ago he, the indestructible comeback artist who did not succumb to all kinds of injuries, suddenly became the sensational hero. your title, unbelievably victorious.
“He was standing next to Roger Federer in the finalists’ photo and he took the trophy,” Haas said. “It was something very special, a powerful emotional moment” Especially since he played Challenger tournaments a few weeks before this coup and had to qualify for Roland-Garros.
29. Sitting in the COURT HOTEL restaurant on the first weekend of TERRA WORTMANN OPEN, Haas says, “It really was a win forever. It’s one of those moments you’ll definitely never forget,” and lets her thoughts wander about her dreams. career, HalleWestfalen appearances and present.
“I’m totally fine with my tennis time and career,” Haas said. “Of course I would love to win more, maybe a Grand Slam.
But I accomplished more than I dared to dream. The fact that he not only beat his friend Federer in the 2012 final, but also beat Novak Djokovic three years ago, really sharpens Halle’s personal record: “I’ve had some very, very good things in this midfield.”
Stefanos Tsitsipas praises Roger Federer
Stefanos Tsitsipas was asked about his idol Roger Federer and whether he thought he could compete with the Swiss Maestro.
“I have a lot of respect for him. I loved watching him on TV. Striking him on the tennis court would probably be a scenario I’ve never seen before in my life.
I was about to serve when I first met him and said, ‘Roger is on the other side of the net. I said, ‘He’s my childhood hero.
This is unimaginable. Someone who makes it hard to believe he’s real. “What he’s done with all his records and playing style is incredible,” said Tsitsipas.
Tsitsipas continued to enthusiastically praise Federer and said he missed Switzerland on tour. Tsitsipas said, “Yes, I miss him very much. He is such a lovely person. You know, everybody loves him.”