Federer puts Wimbledon in rear view, eyes Open

NEW YORK — Roger Federer wasn’t sad that he lost a historic Wimbledon final to Novak Djokovic in July, a five-set 13-12 epic that was the first decided by a final-set tiebreaker at the Grand Slam event. “I was just more upset, rather than being sad,” Federer said during his pre-US Open news conference Friday. “I think being upset made me get over that final much easier than being sad, dwelling over it too much.” Still, he admitted that scenes and moments from that excruciating 4-hour, 57-minute final — Federer…

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