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Sport Fed reveals what he thinks of Nick

18:21  11 january  2018
18:21  11 january  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Tennis great Roger Federer has spoken about Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios in a revealing interview with Nine's Erin Molan.

The world number 2 spoke about his fitness, life, kids, and the divisive Aussie firebrand in a wide-ranging interview. But when asked the question on Kyrgios, Federer gave a cheeky response.

"How much time do we have?"

a man holding a tennis racket © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd He went on to say what he really thought about Kyrgios, which carries plenty of weight coming from one of the nicest players on tour. 

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"I think he's actually a really nice guy. I know he's got a bit of a mixed image for some people.

"I think he's incredibly talented - we had a great match in Miami this last year and also at the Laver Cup. 

"He's a great guy - he's going through the things, whatever he needs to go through. But when he's on, he's on, and he's really difficult to beat."

Federer said he was in an even better spot with his body than this time last year, when he began his miraculous run to the Australian Open title, beating long-time rival Rafael Nadal in the final.

"I definitely think I'm in a safer place if you will. Last year expectations were not there and it was just about being happy to be in Australia. 

Roger Federer throwing a ball © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd

"I said before the tournament any result is a good one, so long as I don't get hurt.

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So one must wonder what he is thinking in describing himself as honest after having just revealed himself as the opposite. This rumination glaringly shows that Nick is suspect as a storyteller—but also that he is a flawed human being like the rest of the characters in the story.

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"It ended up being a fairytale run of winning the entire thing."

And he said that family had offered him plenty of perspective.

"Tennis is always important but not imporant.

"There are more important things in life than tennis, and that's always the case."

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The pair joked about Federer's childhood vision, and whether it involved two sets of twins beaming from his players' box as he was on court.

"It's an incredible situation now of travelling with our kids, with my wife still willing to do it.

"In my dream that I had when I was a little boy I didn't have the vision of looking up to my box and seeing four kids, and a wife, and a coach.

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