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My God, I'm broken never,

Peter Carter would be proud of Roger Federer . The whose friend, Darren Cahill, who discovered, almost simultaneously, Lleyton Hewitt writes on Twitter. And the Federer hopes. In an Interview with CNN, published this week, he can't hold his tears back, when he is asked about his former coach. Later, he also says: "My God, I'm broken, never."

Peter Carter was one of the first and most important coach in Federer's career. At a young age, he was allowed to train with the Australians. Today, the Basel says tenderer, if he could tell someone thank you for his technology, then Carter. Carter died a year before Federer's first Wimbledon Triumph, on their honeymoon in South Africa, which does not affect the 37-Year-old still emotional. "I miss him very much," he says in an Interview with CNN.

Federer (2. v. l.), and his Davis Cup colleague Marc Rosset, Michel Kratochvil and George Bastl mourn in Morocco by Peter Carter. Image: Keystone

Federer's and Carter's relationship was a normal student-Trainer connection. So the world number 3 Carter's parents paid also today, the travel from their residence to Adelaide to Melbourne to be the Australian Open.

Created: 09.01.2019, 08:25 PM

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