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Roger Federer Reacts to Novak Djokovic’s Comment at Wimbledon

Since 2009, Federer only managed to add five more majors to his name owing to Novak Djokovic’s evolution to become one of the all-time greats in men’s tennis. Post 2010, Federer lost crucial matches in slams to the Serb.

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However, the Swiss star was the first to reach 20 majors when he won a five-setter against Marin Cilic in 2018 Australian Open. Nadal managed to achieve the same feat a couple of years later when he outplayed Djokovic at Roland Garros last year.

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Roger Federer Reacts to Novak Djokovic’s Comment at Wimbledon

In an incredible run that saw him win three majors in a trot, Djokovic also joined Federer and Nadal with 20 titles each. The Serb could have went on to claim the 21st major at the US Open, but Daniil Medvedev had different plans.

Post his Wimbledon victory, the world no.1 said that none of the three would stop winning slams when asked about him tying the record with Nadal and Federer.

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Talking about the comment made by the Serb, Federer mentioned in a recent interview that Djokovic’s 2021 season has been phenomenal and looks forward to see how their careers continue.

Well, look, he obviously was speaking for himself. He’s on adrenaline when he’s saying that and he doesn’t know where I am or where Rafael is. But he means well, obviously. I think his year again has been phenomenal”, told the Swiss Maestro.

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Mick Schumacher benefit from the Alpine chaos

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Mick Schumacher benefit from the Alpine chaos

Can Mick Schumacher still fulfill his dream of a second chance in Formula 1, perhaps even faster than expected? F1 expert Felix Görner took a closer look at the current situation in the field and Schumacher’s perspective for sport.de.

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After the first four races in Formula 1, the first findings are already emerging: Alpine is stumbling extremely, Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly have not finished in the points once. At Williams, Logan Sargeant is continuing where he left off last year: with unfortunate appearances, some outrageous maneuvers and a lot of repair costs. So is there now a chance for Mick Schumacher to unexpectedly get an F1 cockpit?

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As a reminder: Schumacher had already been discussed as a possible Sargeant replacement at Williams last year; team boss James Vowles and the German are said to have already spoken at that time. Ex-pilot Timo Glock also stood up for Schumacher. In the end, Sargeant was given another chance. Has patience now been exhausted and has Schumacher’s hour arrived?

Formula 1 expert Felix Görner classifies for sport.de . “At the moment Logan Sargeant is still firmly in the saddle. He had his misfires last year too,” said Görner, indicating that Williams is already used to grief from the American. According to Görner’s information, team boss Vowles continues to support the 23-year-old, who crossed the finish line last in Japan.

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According to the F1 expert, that doesn’t mean that Schumacher has to give up, on the contrary. “The topic of Mick will of course be interesting with regard to Alpine,” emphasized Görner. The car manufacturer Renault’s racing team is still having an extremely difficult time putting together a competitive car in 2024 and has zero points in the World Cup standings.

“In the environment it is expected that either Esteban Ocon or Pierre Gasly or even both will leave at the end of the year,” said Görner.

“That means a place there could be the most obvious solution for Mick Schumacher, because he has already built up a very close relationship with Alpine through the WEC project,” the expert reminded of the German’s new area of ​​responsibility, which is in addition to his job is also active in the Endurance World Championship for Alpine as an F1 reserve driver for Mercedes.

“Of course, Mick is still looking at the possibilities at Williams,” continued Görner. Because: Not only could Sargeant lose his place there at some point, but a cockpit could also become available if Alex Albon goes to Red Bull Racing, where he is being traded as a possible replacement for Sergio Pérez.

“The majority owners from Thailand would like to see Albon in the Red Bull,” said Görner. “It is therefore possible that there will be opportunities for Mick not only through the Sargeant seat, but also through the Albon seat.”

The F1 expert emphasized that castling in the field of drivers could quickly have a domino effect. “And then Mick Schumacher’s chances aren’t bad.”

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Now Lewis Hamilton is announcing the next big bang: Star announces immediate withdrawal

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Now Lewis Hamilton is announcing the next big bang: Star announces immediate withdrawal

The buzz about his change to Ferrari had not yet died down when Lewis Hamilton was already causing the next blow. The record Formula 1 world champion has made a drastic decision.

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While he competes for Mercedes in Formula 1 for the last time , his own racing team is withdrawing. Despite great success, “X44” will no longer compete in the up-and-coming Extreme E with immediate effect. The racing series is losing a figurehead and a title favorite.

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Formula 1: Hamilton announces withdrawal from electric racing series
In the premier class he is one of the best of all time – and he has already left his mark on the still young Extreme E. When the racing series started in 2021, Hamilton was immediately there with his own team. Over the years, this has resulted in heated duels with the racing team of his former teammate and arch-rival Nico Rosberg.

+++ Formula 1: Deep blow for German fans – this decision really hurts +++

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In the up-and-coming series, electric SUVs are driven in places that are severely affected by climate change. The Extreme E is enjoying ever-growing popularity – also thanks to figureheads like Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. Now her biggest star is gone.

Hamilton withdraws from Extreme E
The seven-time Formula 1 world champion surprisingly announced that he would withdraw his team “X44” (based on his F1 starting number) from the racing series. And that’s ten days before the start of the season!

“After three years as part of the Extreme E family, we are announcing today that the X44 is leaving the series,” the racing team said on Wednesday (February 7). “We had an incredible three seasons as X44, winning several races and even a world championship.”

It is said that the decision has nothing to do with Lewis Hamilton’s change to Ferrari in Formula 1. What will happen next for the drivers, including French rally legend Sebastian Loeb, has not been announced.

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Chase Elliott’s “taking it personal” enough is enough

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Chase Elliott’s “taking it personal” enough is enough

The Cook Out 400 at the Martinsville Speedway saw Hendrick Motorsports driver Chase Elliott seemingly take his P3 finish to his heart after he failed to capitalize on the remaining two laps of the 415-lap run to disrupt his winless streak.

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The eighth Cup Series weekend witnessed the #9 Chevy driver bagging his second consecutive top-5 finish after a dismal footing into the season. His teammate William Byron registered his third win of the year, followed by Kyle Larson in P2. For HMS, the Sunday ended on probably the highest note as their triplets came home with a 1-2-3 finish.

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The Georgian native kicked off his run from the P3 spot and gained the lead over the pack during Lap 413. However, with just two laps until the checkered flag dropped, his teammates swooped past in their Chevrolet-powered cars, finishing ahead of Chase Elliott.

Finishing third despite having the lead at Lap 413 would’ve apparently stung the 28-year-old and according to Josh Sims from Fox Sports and SiriusXM’s Davey Segal, this very moment could serve as a base for ending the 2020 Cup Series champion’s winless drought since the 2023 season.

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During the discussion, Sims said (0.49):

“Chase has really taken it to heart and worked harder…when you see your teammates Kyle Larson and William Byron going out there dominating, you take that type of stuff personally and it looks like to that point Chase is taking it personal and he’s starting to get back to the point where he’s obviously clicking.”

The previous year was arguably the worst season for the HMS driver so far. Not only did Elliott get trapped in a snowboarding incident that fractured his tibia and cost him six Cup Series races, but his season ended at the worst rank ever at P17.

With his entry into the 2024 season, the #9 Chevrolet Camaro driver eyed a promising outcome but failed to find his mojo until the seventh Cup Series race at the Richmond Raceway. With his P5 finish on the 0.75-mile asphalt, Chase Elliott broke the streak of being the only Hendrick Motorsports driver in the current season who didn’t have a top-5 finish.

A victory at the next run on the Martinsville Speedway was about to go into Elliott’s hands. Still, he couldn’t maintain his lead over William Byron and Kyle Larson who later overtook him for a 1-2 finish, respectively.

Post his near miss at Martinsville, Chase Elliott highlighted the “positive”
side of the outing, saying (via SiriusXM NASCAR Radio on X):

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