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Roger Federer has been on a bit of a slide recently, just having lost to Tommy Hass in the 2012 Gerry Weber Open in Germany and to Novak Djokovic in the 2012 French Open semifinals.
With those two recent losses, Federer needs to battle this losing streak as he prepares for Wimbledon.
Bleacher Report's Ted Lee recently wrote about the adjustments Federer needs to make in his preparations for Wimbledon.
Two of the more important points are his play on grass courts and needing to forget the recent losses.
He has won numerous Wimbledon titles and historically been good on grass courts. However, Lee points out that:
Since 2010, Federer is 0-4 in winning grass tournaments, losing twice in the Wimbledon quarterfinals and twice in the Halle finals.
Grass may be Federer's new weak spot, and he must improve on that. With all the doubters on him, Wimbledon will be the best place to prove them wrong.
I couldn't agree more. Federer needs to stop this recent stumbling and Wimbledon is the best stage to do it on.
It's been two years since his last Grand Slam title and that came in the Australian Open.
The best thing Federer can do is approach each individually and just focus on what is happening in the moment.
The French Open doesn't matter anymore.
He needs to stay sharp if he wants to add another Grand Slam title