After Roger Federer's defeat against his countryman Stan Wawrinka in the French Open quarter final, coach Stefan Edberg analyzed the match for CNN.com.
Stefan noticed a difference of conditions between the two main courts at the Roland Garros that, in his opinion, didn't help the Swiss in the end.
"Stan played a great match, no question, - said Edberg. - Roger maybe didn't come up to his full standard today. The thing is, it's two different courts, the Center Court and Lenglen. (Lenglen) is a much slower court. It makes it different playing there." (mc)
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