Federer cries after losing to Nadal in the Australian Open Finals
Roger Federer’s loss to Rafael Nadal at the finals of the Australian Open was full of emotions. He cries uncontrollably after receiving his plaque. Analyzing that moment, perhaps we can say that he cried because he failed to meet his personal expectations; he failed to meet his follower’s expectations and most especially the world’s expectations.
Federer said, “In the first moment, you’re disappointed, you’re shocked, you’re sad, then all of a sudden, it overwhelms you,” then he cries. At that moment, crying is the best way to release all the emotions because as he said, “The problem is you can’t go in the locker room and just take it easy and take a cold shower. You’re stuck out there. It’s the worst feeling … It’s rough.” Then for him, that quick outburst is the best relief to release the negative emotions.
Crying is considered the best way to ease the stress. People cry for various reasons and it’s quite natural for humans to cry. But whatever may be the reason, crying is good for heath because it helps in unwinding metal tension. And Federer’s crying moment is not the first in records. There are a lot of men who cries in front of a big crowd.
Crying is not a weakness; it’s a natural, human response to sorrow, pain, fear, anger, shame, grief, despair, depression and sadness. The strongest males are definitely the ones who are able to cry when they need to. And FEDERER is not an exemption.
Written by orvillequillao
February 2, 2009 at 4:39 am
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